The Last Tuesday Society

Things to do , Literary events Hackney
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Last Tuesday Society
Your friendly neighbourhood emporium stocking hipster apartment essentials: googly dolls' eyes and animal trophies, bugs and butterflies, stuffed owls, skulls and pickled animal foetuses. Also known at 'Viktor Wynd's Little Shop of Horrors', the Last Tuesday Society moniker signifies artist Viktor's side project with Suzette Field: esoteric lectures and masked balls put on with a collective of other curious beings. With rolling art exhibits and events, visitors are welcome to poke around the tiny Curiosity Museum out back for a meagre fee (£2, £1 concessions).
Venue name: The Last Tuesday Society
Address: 11 Mare St
E8 4RP
Opening hours: 7pm
Transport: Rail: Cambridge Heath
Price: £5
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Nathan V

Easily the best bar I have been to in London. Good service, tons to do and drinks are on point


Definitely a cooky/crazy place. Those with sensitive dispositions may be a bit weirded out by some of the exhibits. The museum is in the basement and has items like celebrity faeces, erotica, and taxidermic animals. Like I said... interesting. I really enjoyed the live animal petting zoo, hanging out with chameleons, bearded lizards, and snakes. The couple who 'managed' the zoo are super friendly and love to answer questions about them. Well worth the £4. 

Stick around after and head upstairs to the bar for a drink-- they are quite delicious and if you are lucky you can hang out with the lion in the top hat ^_^

Adrian H

A wonderful café with an attached museum of curiosities that will shock and surprise. The fee is now £4 but includes a free tea or coffee.

Also well worth a visit for one of their special events, such as a taxidermy demonstration / beginners course, or a petting zoo of exotic animals, such as lizards, snakes, and spiders.