You put your left arm in, your left arm out
In out, in out, you shake it all about
You do the Hokey Cokey and you turn around
That's what it's all about
Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey
Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey
Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey
Knees bent, arms stretched
Raa raa raa

You put your right arm in, your right arm out
In out, in out, you shake it all about
You do the Hokey Cokey and you turn around
That's what it's all about Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey
Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey
Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey
Knees bent, arms stretched
Raa raa raa

You put your left leg in, your left leg out
In out, in out, you shake it all about
You do the Hokey Cokey and you turn around
That's what it's all about
Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey
Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey
Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey
Knees bent, arms stretched
Raa raa raa

You put your right leg in, your right leg out
In out, in out, you shake it all about
You do the Hokey Cokey and you turn around
That's what it's all about
Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey
Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey
Whoa-o the Hokey Cokey
Knees bent, arms stretched
Raa raa raa




The Hokey Cokey Man

"You put your left foot in, your left foot out .."

Everybody knows "The Hokey Cokey", but do you
know who really wrote it?

Let Al's grandson, Alan Balfour, tell you in his latest play,
which premieres at the New End Theatre.

Meet Al, popular band leader and violinist! You will be taken on a stormy and musical journey from the early 1900s through to the 1980s. With a backdrop of world events, you will share in Al's tempestuous life, his loves (including an 18 year old affair), his very personal losses, and finally, his redemption.


20 May to 21 June

Tuesday to Saturday at 7.30pm
Saturday and Sunday at 3.30pm

Tickets £18 Concessions £16 (subject to availability)