Whicher, of course, has police contacts to help him. But can they really be relied upon under duress? And in the light of his issues, can Whicher handle the emotional practicalities of a case that takes him in and out of an insane asylum? The plotting is nothing out of the ordinary but, as usual, Considine decidedly is – an endlessly watchable mixture of vulnerability, conviction and furious intensity. Involving Sunday night fare.
The Grocery Shop
A supermarket and cafe that sells seasonal, locally sourced, organic produce. Open from 8am daily (except Sunday from 10am) you can pick up some pancakes or a fry-up for breakfast in The Grocery's neat little cafe. Alternatively they do coffee, cakes, Yogi teas and more substantial mains. It's also worth noting that downstairs there is a massage and wellbeing centre.
Venue says: “Do you know about sake? The best way is to try some! Next masterclass, Japanese Sakes, is on June 29 at 7pm. Call or email to book.”