It’s a lock-in! watch 100 hours of pub time, ’EastEnders’ style

‘Gerraoutmypub,’ cries Peggy Mitchell, ur-landlady of London’s best-known – albeit fictional – hostelry, The Queen Vic, to rowdy troublemakers. If artist Stanley Schtinter has anything to do with it, East End pubs will be ushering visitors into the pub and not out.

While others amongst us wasted time making excuses not to do Joe Wicks workouts, Schtinter spent lockdown time actually doing something great, using video editing software to remove every scene in the first decade of ‘EastEnders’ of screening that wasn’t in The Queen Vic.

The 100-hour video artwork, called ‘The Lock-in’, will be screened by 11 of the