Frontline Summer roundup: Intelligent debate and fine food & wine

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The Frontline is a busy place – and though some might slow down during the summer months it’s as exciting as ever at Norfolk Place and we’ve got some great events and plans for the coming months. Here’s what’s going on:

The finest food and wine

We pride ourselves on serving the best  food made from the finest homegrown ingredients from the Frontline’s own Norfolk farm – check out the latest menu here to see what’s cooking. As always, food can be ordered in our members’ club room.

And for a special treat, why not join us for a food and wine tasting evening with wine expert Malcom Gluck on thursday 15 July – all the details and the mouthwatering five-course menu can be seen here.

Weekend openings

To make the most of the long nights, the club room is now open and serving food on Saturdays, so get in touch to book your table now

Great debates

Our unique series of talks and panel discussions continues throughout summer: coming up are fascinating talks on Iran, US politics and the Israel/Palestine conflict, with many more to be announced soon. Keep checking and subscribe to our weekly email newsletter (sign up here) to stay up to date.

And our series of fantastic film screenings continues apace too, including Sergio, which tells the story of a Brazilian United Nations diplomat killed by an explosion in Iraq.

You can catch up on any events you miss at our Forum blog and our podcast on iTunes.

Coming soon: the Liberation season

In the coming weeks the club will kick off a season of talks and film screenings centred around the themes of human rights, civil liberties and protest. Watch this space…