Love Actually, with Elle & the Pocket Belles

Dock the Halls

Love Actually, with Elle & the Pocket Belles

“There was more than one lobster at the birth of Jesus?”

Richard Curtis’ romance is a modern Christmas classic. Following the story of eight different couples in the build up to Christmas — and a nativity lobster — the British comedy stars Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson and Keira Knightly, and will have you believing in love (and Christmas magic) before the end credits start rolling.

Before and after the film, Elle & the Pocket Belles will be there to captivate you with their modern-retro sound. Taking inspiration from the glamorous golden age, these harmonic songstresses put their unique swingin’ spin on festive hits. Their fun, energetic performance is suitable for all ages and will get you in the Christmas spirit.

Presented by the Royal Docks in partnership with the University of East London.


Our winter festival of film and fun, Dock the Halls is bringing festive cheer to places across the Royal Docks this November and December. In collaboration with our wonderful venues and partners, we’re presenting films, festive arts and crafts, and music to get you in the Christmas spirit. Join us for your favourite films or settle in for the workshops and bands.

Screenings and activities are completely free, just make sure you’ve signed up for tickets to each event.

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Time & date

Fri 29 November
6:15pm–9:45pm
film begins at 7pm

Location

UEL, West Building

Tickets

Free, registration required
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For your visit

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Hampton by Hilton

A reliable, upper mid-range option just east of Connaught Bridge.

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Community

London Borough of Newham

The dockside HQ of Newham Council.

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Food & Drink

Yi-Ban

This Chinese restaurant occupies a floor of the London Regatta Centre overlooking the Docks, meaning diners can plane-watch over a plate of dim sum.

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