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New Year’s Eve Eve with the Last Tuesday Society
New Year’s Eve Eve with the Last Tuesday Society

Stay at Home With Your Friends & Family on the 31st December.

Let others pay the Obscene Price of Drinks, Taxis & Drunken Idiots while you stay in & nurse your Hangover From The Night Before …
His Excellency Viktor Wynd, The Masked Mirador of Melancholy, & Suzette Field, Carnival & Lady Protector of The Eighth Sense of Dionysus, Request & Require The Masked Magnificence of your Cloaked Attire at a masked Ball. Come descend into the Church’s secret past, deep in the crypt discover the Inquisition’s Torture Chamber as live oysters are poured down your throat.

Ascend The Turret & The Tower & Dance to Live Music From

BADGER BADGER

PERHAPS CONTRAPTION and MARIACHI JALISCO

Be Seated At The Banquet of Jezebel & Feast at Viktor Wynd’s Famous Cheeseboard & Suzette Field’s Midnight Feast of Yesterday’s Cakes.

Drown in the Chocolate Fountain of Gluttony.

DJs to Include:

THE DELINQUENT DANDY

FRANCOIS DIRTY SOUTH

TROYLUS SEARLL

NATHAN MILLER

DICKON EDWARDS and PENNY METAL

The Last Tuesday Society would like to dedicate this party to CRISIS in recognition of their forty years of work. 10% of The Ticket Revenue and 10% of the Bar Spend will go directly to the Charity. Each Year, CRISIS runs Crisis At Christmas: 9 centres open across London for homeless people around the capital to come to. Not only can they have Christmas dinner and somewhere warm to sleep but also access services they may not be able to at other times in the year: housing advice, doctors, dentists, hairdressers, counsellors and so on.

THE NEW YEAR’S EVE EVE MASKED BALL
On Friday the 30th December 2011, 10 pm till 4 am at St Matthew’s Church, Brixton
Tickets £25 – Framily tickets 5 for £100
Please click here to buy tickets
Or £20 tickets available from our little shop
And from 8 to 10 pm
PAELLA AND DANSE CLASS - Only £10 extra (vegetarian option available)

Dress Code: Divine Decadence – Masks Obligatory – Clothes Optional
£10 Charity Fines To Crisis For Inappropriate Attire - Dress Up or Stay At Home
Prangsta Costumiers offer 20% Discount

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