THE LAST TUESDAY SOCIETY

Viktor Wynd is The Chancellor of The Last Tuesday Society as well as a multidisciplinary artist working in the fields of installation and relational aesthetics, often creating and manipulating vast and elaborate subversive social situations involving casts of up to 200 performers and many thousands of participants. Much of his work is to do with the absurdity, pathos, misery and pointlessness of every day life there was originally a deep quest to understand the world, to see some sort of meaning in the chaos. Since probably abandoned. As Viktor Wynd he has also become an Impresario, Collector, Dealer & Curator. Many of his other activities and projects are documented on www.viktorwynd.org

Suzette Field is The Tribune of The Last Tuesday Society. Her career as an impresario began in 2000 as a founder of The Modern Times Club, a legendary retro night which Tatler dubbed "the Rolls Royce of cabaret" and launched acts such as Paloma Faith. In 2007 she brought her expertise to the nascent Last Tuesday Society and helped it expand from tea parties to balls which attract 2 - 3,000 revellers. She is also a graphic artist, and has created the Society’s online identity and esoteric invitations. In 2012 Suzette wrote her first book, naturally on the subject of parties; A Curious Invitation: The Forty Greatest Parties in Literature published by Picador. Please visit http://www.acuriousinvitation.com/

The shop can be found at:

11 Mare Street London E8 4RP

ENQUIRIES: info@thelasttuesdaysociety.org

CLOSED FOR REFURBISHMENT.

The closest tube station is Bethnal Green on the Central Line or Old Street on the Northern Line.

From Old Street - take the 55 bus and get off at Andrews Road / Mare St

From Bethnal Green - take either the 254, 388, D6, or 106 and get off at Andrews Road / Mare Street. Or it is a 10 minute walk.

 



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About

In 2009 The Last Tuesday Society opened its first permanent home: a shop, art gallery and museum on Mare Street in Hackney. Designed in the style of a 17th century Wunderkabinett, the shop sells a wide variety of curiosities including 19th century shrunken heads, taxidermy, narwhal tusks, carnivorous plants and articulated skeletons.