The Last Tuesday Society - St Valentine's Dandies and Daemons


  •   Over 18
  •   Cabaret/Burlesque, Clubbing and Something A Little Different
  •   Fri, 10th Feb 2017 @ 21:00 - 3:00
  •   21:00 - 03:00
  •   Tickets from £7.50
  •   Clapham


We welcome all the lovers and lonely hearts of the land for an evening of salaciously sanguine delight fit for St Valentine himself.  Dandies and Daemons dance into the darkness for an evening of debauchery and delight. Whether you are reaffirming loves present, reminiscing loves past or trawling the delicious denizens for loves future, the opulent dance floor, frenetic music and the dark and secret spaces of Clapham Grand will serve as your mystical muse.

Parade with your partners in a sassy swing-dance class courtesy of those light-footed folk of Swing Patrol, or lounge louchely on the balcony as our deft manipulator of the desert sands creates vistas and visions on the big screen. Trip lightly up to The Gods sashay into Studio 53 and another time. Register your relationship with our canny counsellors in all things love or immerse yourself interactively with one of our many peripatetic performers. 

The Last Tuesday Society parties donate 10% of their ticket sales to CRISIS, the UKs leading homelessness charity. Our last party raised over £1,000.00 



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Main Stage

Josephine and the Artizans - Let your souls mingle and merge as your physical form rides the rhythms with this tempestuous roller-coaster of a band. Writhe and Roll in the backlash from the storm-warring operatic chorals and street cool hip hop rhapsodies, colliding in a frenzied carnival of sound. This is hip hopera! This is the way to bid farwell to the old year!

Deekline – DJ Sensation, this party just went super-nova, blood-pumping, foot-stomping, whirling frenzy with this dance-floor don.

DJ Jamie Moon - The sharpest dressed DJ in London, dropping the sharpest tunes.

Swing Patrol - teaching you to twirl and swing your loved ones with elan. 

Des O'Connor - undisputed King of Cabaret, angel fallen from the lighting rig, exuberant entertainer and your guide for the night.

The Gods


Funkier, goofier and more fabulous than Studio 54 and located just one floor below. Welcome, denizens of all things dark and debauched, to this slice of 70s glamour projected through the acid-laced lens of the present day, daubed with decadence and riddled with raucous fun.

It’s the height of the Disco era, anyone who is anyone is at New York’s infamous hotspot, Studio 54. But the really cool cats are one floor below, where the party just got wilder and the rest of the world is a million miles away.

Groove the night away in a flurry of glitter-ball gorgeousness to music of the era devilishly twisted by our skilled music maestros. Revel in tete a tetes with the glitterati, the art superstars and disco prima-donnas. Bright and sparkling eyes may chance upon Andy Warhol behind the decks and Salvador Dali will, of course, be offering surrealist portraits to our raffish revellers whilst the miasmic maelstrom whirls around him.

 Private Boxes

Feral and Frolic - Everybody knows that theatregoers of old paid top dollar for the boxes due to the privacy such an enclave affords, and therefore the misdemeanors to be enjoyed therein. In a return to tradition the enchantresses of Feral and Frolic bring you the most invigorating of installations, the most tantalising temptations for your sinful satisfaction

Balcony Bar

Beware where you take your ease. You may find yourself seated next to a Tarot reader with knowledge of the occult, or a deft and amusingly light-fingered magician, be certain to check your pocket watch when he moves on. Strange creatures inhabit this luxurious lounging area. Look out for the twisted troubadours from the Twice Shy Theatre Company

Please take your ease, but be sure to explore. Seek out the heady delight of the cheeseboard and, of course, the costume competition, so dress up, walk tall and be sure to be seen in all your glory, we are watching.


Dress Code: Don your finest attire, adorn yourself in your most magnificent garb and garm for The Last Tuesday Society. Upon your person allow to be evoked le fin de siecle, the sublimity of another world, another time where romance ran rampant alongside the decadent and depraved. Let opulence abound, indulge your carnal and coiffed delights.

Think masks and mystery; top hats and under garments; Tales, coats and tails’ ruffles and bustles; shine and smut, ecclesiastical slut; byzantine glories, ottoman stories; Orion, the bitch, and the wardrobe; ballgowns and cannonballs; femme fatales; duels and jewels; cast out courtesans; banished banshees; nephilim exalted and exiled.


Ticket Event time Cost Restriction
Limited Edition Super Cheap Ticket

includes 10% donation to Crisis

20:00 - 03:00 £7.50
Kith and Kin - 5 tickets for only £40!

includes 10% donation to Crisis

20:00 - 03:00 £40.00
Early Bird

includes 10% donation to Crisis

21:00 - 03:00 £12.50
General Admission

includes 10% donation to Crisis

21:00 - 03:00 £18.00



The Grand 21 - 25 Saint John's Hill SW11 1TT



Nearest Station

Clapham Junction (Rail)

The Grand 21 - 25 Saint John's Hill SW11 1TT


Santiiago Genochio
To all free of mind and feral of heart, you are most warmly invited to join us, The Last Tuesday Society for the most sensational season of lasciviousness. We embark on our delve into the delectably decadent in October with the Dance Macabre, our age old & notorious masked ball in celebration of the night that thins the veil, All Hallows’ Eve. In December we shall punctuate the promise of the new year - only slightly before its time – with divinely impish devilment and our usual dosing of masked mischief. And lastly, in February, we welcome all the lovers and lonely hearts of the land for an evening of salaciously sanguine delight fit for St Valentine himself. What’s more, we’re delighted to divulge that the most excellent people of Irrefutable Productions (the masterminds behind Rumpus) have come aboard to assist in steering the Society through this most sonorous of seasons, and beyond! Expect to be entertained, impassioned and aroused by all the sights, sounds and sensations for which the Society is renowned. And now, with our new and nefarious irrefutable accomplices we entreat you to take hold of our outstretched hand, as we dance our way darkly into the night…


The Grand

The Grand

The Grand is more than a Victorian-era listed building in London: it’s an icon of the city’s cultural legacy. Originally opened as a music hall in 1900, this 1250 capacity venue is a centre piece of London’s nightlife, boasting an electric programme of quality events ranging from club nightslive…


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