Jane Campion’s trippy Kiwi noir continues with the focus on Jonno and Robin’s relationship. Robin has predictably been stood down after her somewhat erratic performance last week. This frees her up to further explore the circumstances around her own teen trauma – the results are as disturbing as we’ve come to expect.
In terms of the hunt for Tui, parts of this episode seem like a pause for breath. All the same, ‘Top of the Lake’ feels genuinely emotionally literate as well as working as a thriller – Matt’s pain is gradually revealing itself too and we’re expecting a finale that satisfies and chills on many levels. Oh, and any drama that sneaks in a burst of New Zealand indie legends Straightjacket Fits is okay by us. As close to unmissable as TV gets just now.
Lin&Lo Studio by Alina Milos
A make-up studio located within hairstylist Duck & Dry on Oxford Street. Here you'll find 'mineral make-up', which is created from natural materials, such as Roman chamomile and rosemary extract, to ensure products that free from the things that damages skin. Services include one-to-one tutorials and makeovers.
Venue says: “June 25: hands-on make-up workshop with international make-up artist Alina Milos! Book via linandlomasterclass2.eventbrite.co.uk.”