Filed: Friday, 6th April 2012
By: Staff Writer
Later this month a special preview screening of the new Cockney Rejects film, 'East End Babylon' - a documentary based on the seminal East London band - will be aired at the Koko club in Camden, before going into cinemas later in the year.
Ahead of West Ham United's Championship clash with Reading last weekend, singer Jeff Turner, lead guitarist Mick Geggus and the film's director, Richard English, pitched up at the East Ham Working Men's Club to take KUMB's questions about East End Babylon, the band and West Ham United.
In the final part of our three-part Q&A, which you may read here, Mick and Jeff talk to us about all things West Ham United including their favourite players, manager Sam Allardyce, booing - and their thoughts on the board's plans to move the club lock, stock and barrel to the Olympic Stadium.
* Tickets to the preview showing of East End Babylon may be booked by visiting the Cockney Rejects' new website at thecockneyrejects.com.
The KUMB Q&A: The Cockney Rejects Part III [6th Apr 2012]
The KUMB Q&A: The Cockney Rejects Part II [4th Apr 2012]
The KUMB Q&A: The Cockney Rejects [3rd Apr 2012]
East End Babylon: win tickets! [23rd Mar 2012]
Win Rejects tickets! [8th Sep 2009]
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