Join us for a Cockney Knees Up
@ Queens Head and Artichoke

Enjoy a two-course supper with a welcoming drink at the Queens Head and Artichoke by Great Portland Street.

Experience some cockney classics

Relax as our entertainer regales you with a catalogue of cockney classics such as: Doing the Lambeth Walk, On Mother Kelly’s Doorstep, Maybe Because I’m a Londoner, Roll Out The Barrell, Any Old Iron and a host of others.

Audience participation is welcome and infectious. Song sheets are provided for those who wish to gather around the old Joanna!

Your host will chat about the history of Pearly Kings and Queens and decipher world-famous cockney rhyming slang.

An evening not to be missed.

Tickets: £39.50 per person includes welcome drink and two-course meal. We cater for groups of 30+

Enquire about booking here


The London Geezers behind Cockney Knees Up:

Tony Lockwood
Tony Lockwood

Tony has spent 3 decades in the broadcasting business.

He has interviewed some of the leading personalities in sport. Among his career highlights was a 3 year spell working alongside George Best.

He is a freelance football commentator, voice-over specialist and compere. Tony lives in west london.

Martin Knight
Martin Knight

Martin Knight is an author and entrepreneur. He has published books with footballing legends George Best, Dave Mackay, Peter Osgood and Charlie Cooke as well as novels and titles in the True Crime genre. He is the co-founder and co-owner of publisher London Books who unearth forgotten gems of working-class London literature and breathe new life into them. Martin has a life-long fascination with London, old and new.