London Goth Top Ten #7 The Last Tuesday Society

If you fancy sharing wine and antipasti with your besties around a booth table complete with a human skeleton in coffin furnished beneath the glass tabletop — look no further, your hour has arrived.

The Last Tuesday Society is a kitsch AF break with tradition in the home of London’s fringe-dwelling super-cool elite, Dalston.

You’ll find this kooky-spooky bar-cum-curiosity museum nestled in between the micro breweries and coffee snob haunts on Mare Street in East London

If the dark and moody candle lit ground floor bar, lovingly adorned with creepy dolls and animal body parts wasn’t enough to make you feel at home, then the skeletons, two-headed animals, human remains and other unusual curiosities (including a suspect Madonna sanitary towel) in the basement are 100% home-making goals (minus the towelette. I mean, really?)

The regular timetable of events, which you can check on their website (thelasttuesdaysociety.org), includes a visiting petting zoo full of creepy crawlies and a residency from the British Academy of Taxidermy providing classes for all (bookings essential).

Whatever path your preference for the arcane may take, The Last Tuesday Society and Viktor Wynd’s Museum of Curiosities is sure to have something to entertain your Gothic heart 🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤

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