The Masonic Masquerade Ball
On the site of the old Bedlam hospital, where those society deemed mad where condemned to exile, rose a Masonic tabernacle, home to clandestine gatherings and arcane rituals. Fallen into disuse, walled up and derelict, the Grecian Masonic Temple at Liverpool Street lay bereft and forgotten for decades.
This April, A Curious Invitation and the East End Film Festival will return to the marbled splendour of the City’s only original Freemasons’ lodge for a macabre night of cabaret, circus and cinema, with a special screening of Ana Lily Amirpour’s sensational A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT in the Masonic Temple.
Super Early bird tickets available for a limited time only at £15 each.