Cockney’tivity Is Coming To Give You A Proper East End Chrimbo

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Oi oi guv’nor! Cockney’tivity is the Christmas dining experience you didn’t know you needed.

If you’re Hank Marvin for some entertainment this Christmas, then we’ve found something that will be right up your alley. Arriving in Hackney this winter is a Christmas treat that will be knee-slappingly good. Cockney’tivity is a festive dining experience set in the winter wonderland that is the East End, and we reckon it will be absolutely cream rice. Can you Adam and Eve it?


From December 1st-21st, Zebedee Productions will be filling a disused pub in Hackney with pearly kings and queens once more. Inside legendary local boozer The North Star, a Cockney drama will unfold before your eyes. Expect three acts of outrageous festive fun, along with a three course Christmas meal. It’s right proper grub too, as diamond geezers Nanny Bill’s are the team in charge of feeding you lot.

Between the food and the drama, you’re guaranteed to be in a right two and eight by the end of it. But then again, that’s what Christmas – and especially Cockney Christmas – is all about! Cockney’tivity tickets are on sale now, and you’ll find The North Star near to Homerton overground station. Bring the trouble and strife if you fancy a gander, but maybe leave the bin lids at home for this one, alright?

Alex Landon

Alex Landon

Although Alex spent most of his life in Somerset and Durham, London is (almost) in his name, so he relocated to Clapham and fell in love with it. However, this has put him dangerously close to Infernos... You'll find him eating all of London's street food, lost in a bookshop, or shouting at his beloved ice hockey team, the Minnesota Wild.


  1. This looks truly shite and epitomises the general attitude towards the social cleansing and gentrification of the East End. A pathetic social experiment that does nothing but belittle the local community and history in the pursuit of financial gain. Aside from being unaffordable to those they wish to characterise in such a mocking feeble manner It sticks its fingers up to current issues that surround poverty, class and unjust social planning agendas. Why, is it funny, who would benefit from this mockery?

  2. This is disgustingly classist and a complete insult to the East End. Charging £55 so only rich people can attend and caricature/degrade local people – gentrification at its worst

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