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The Last Tuesday Society: 'A Danse Macabre' beneath London Bridge

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Time 20:30
Date 29/10/10
Price £25

Dance the dance of death at the Last Tuesday Society Halloween Ball this Halloween weekend with a delightfully decadent party. The stuff of your wildest nightmares.

No-one does Halloween like the legendary and ever eery Last Tuesday Society: Viktor Wynd & Suzette Field. A Danse Macabre will be held in an elaborate once off tent-palace under the arches at London Bridge and will feature music from the 50 piece London Gay Symphony Orchestra, The Mariachi Band, The Urban Voodoo Machine, The Real Tuesday Weld and DJs including Penny Metal, Francois Dirty South and Matthew Stone. Plus! Freaky performances from Syban V and Empress Stah and a pop up cinema hosting - amongst other things - the amazing Adventures of Prince Achmed with Mira Calix.. and all this to name but a few!

Dress code: The Beautiful & The Damned

Watch out for a full preview article about this immense happening coming soon...

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COMPETITION: 2 X Pairs of tickets to attend 'A Danse Macabre' Last Tuesday Society Halloween Ball 2010 under the Arches at London Bridge on Friday, 29th October.

To claim your tickets send an email to vienna@run-riot.com with the correct answer in the 'subject' box. The winner will be randomly selected.

Q: On the night, Viktor Wynd's Cinema of Broken Dreams sees a very special accompaniment by The Ragged Ragtime Band to 1926 silent film The Magician. Which infamous occultist was this film loosely based on?

A: 1.) Alice Neel 2.) Alexander the Great 3.) Alastair Stewart 4.) Aleister Crowley

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