There’s some eye-opening material on the dying decades of African colonialism, and it unarguably casts new light on a familiar figure. But the presentation is nothing special, with the usual procession of plummy historians and biographers (‘it went viral, we’d say these days,’ says one, looking very pleased with herself) lifted only by Edward’s only genuinely compelling films.
The Market Porter
A classic London boozer in the commuter-heavy area of London Bridge. Its British green and brick exterior, draped in floral touches, is highly inviting. Inside there's a warming, wood-clad vibe where you can stop of a drink or to dine. It's a traditional pub, with up to 12 real ales and four ciders on tap, plus pub grub such as steak and mushroom pies, sausage and mash, fish and chips and a house burger. Fun fact: The Market Porter was turned into the Third Hand Book Emporium in 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban'. Don't be surprised to see Potter fans making the pilgrimage.