The most reliable are Donation, Bow Bells
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They are the Bow Bells
in the rhyme Oranges And Lemons, within the range of whose sound true Cockneys must be born.
This is the old East End of pearly kings and queens, jellied eels and ears pricked for the toll of Bow bells
, a mile's walk to the south.
Alternatively, if Bow Bells
are out of earshot do not despair.
Spud is played here, surprisingly, by Peter Kay, less Bolton, more Bow Bells
Yes, it was panto season, but no, it wasn't the Gloucestershire lad, Dick Whittington, and his fictional cat who, returning home up Highgate Hill after failing to find his fortune in London, heard the (very) distant Bow Bells
preternaturally telling him to 'turn again' and fulfil his destiny of becoming mayor of the city.
The saying goes that only those living in earshot of the Bow Bells
at St Mary-le-Bow church in Cheapside, near St Paul's Cathedral in central London, can call themselves a true cockney.
Elizabeth's father, William George Firman, born within earshot of London's Bow Bells
, had run away from home at the age of 14 to join a travelling circus.
College youths have rung Bow Bells
since 1637 and also ring St Paul's Bells on Sundays.
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But if the Bow Bells
ring out, I reckon "This Boy" could turn again and be the next Labour mayor of London.
As with any panto, there''s magic aplenty thanks to Fairy Bow Bells
(Maddie Cole) and King Rat with much use of the trap-doors and lifts onto stage with a puff of dry ice, plus puppet characters popping up all over the place, so younger audience members always have something to look out for.