Welcome to The Whitechapel Society
The Whitechapel Society 1888 is a historical society that promotes the study of the Whitechapel murders and the social impact that this event had on the East End of London at that time.
Victorian and Edwardian life and culture in the East End of London also feature in the interest of the Society along with other true crime events that are often intertwined with the Whitechapel murder and the East End in general.
Saturday 6th April
Jo Vigor-Mungovin – Talking about The Elephant Man
**New Venue and start time**
The Crutched Friar, 39-41 Crutched Friars, London EC3N 2AE
Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start
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Saturday 5th October 2019
In association with the East End Conference, The Whitechapel Society welcomes WS members and conference delegates to a special evening.
The Crutched Friar will be open from 5:30pm onwards for the sole use of Whitechapel Society members and guests from the East End Conference.
A three course meal will be served at 5:45pm with a choice from 3 starters, 4 main courses and 3 deserts, a choice of a glass of house wine, ½ pint of lager or cider or soft drink, followed by tea or coffee, cost £22.50 per head.
This will be followed by a speaker, yet to be confirmed.
Details of the meal and method of payment will be available soon. WS members and conference delegates are welcome to attend to hear the speaker only if they wish.
For those also attending the meal, menu choice and payment will be required in advance.Watch this space!
For information about the East Conference on Saturday 5th Oct and Sunday 6th Oct 2019 go to
Next interim meeting
Saturday 4th May
More details to follow
See the WS interim page or contact Steve Rattery for details