But, while no preview material was available for this film, it might prove fairly telling. It documents his relationship with Mo Ansar, a Muslim who campaigned for the banning of the EDL. The pair agreed to explore each other’s view of British Islam, a project which involved Robinson visiting a Mosque and Ansar attending an EDL street protest. Presumably no definitive answers yet on Robinson’s sincerity. But hopefully, quite a few clues.
A grand all-day dining room with what looks like a very high-spec finish, Mirror Room is located inside the Rosewood London – a five-star hotel on High Holborn. The kitchen is overseen by Amandine Chaignot, who has worked with the likes of Alain Ducasse and Jean-Francois Piège. Dishes on the all-day dining menu include steak-frites, smoked duck tagliatelle and pan-seared Cornish cod with baby vegetables, coriander, ginger and lemongrass alongside seared tuna salads, club sandwiches, smoked salmon tartine and a green risotto with watercress coulis, broccolini, peas, asparagus, fresh herbs and parmesan. The drinks list includes a wide range of white, green and black teas, as well as Champagne cocktails and wines by the glass – including prestige bottles served from the Coravin.
Venue says: “From April 26, enjoy the Rodin Afternoon Tea inspired by the exhibition 'Rodin and the Art of Ancient Greece' at the British Museum.”