The Mile End Walking Tour – Sunday 7th February

Meet at 11.30 am Outside (not inside) the Whitechapel Ideas Store (aka Whitechapel Library) 321 Whitechapel Road E1 1BU. (Next to the Blind Beggar Pub). Nearest Underground Station – Whitechapel – 5 minutes walk away.   The walk will take approximately two hours but will only be about ½ mile long! We will end up…


Next meeting – Saturday 6th February

The next meeting of The Whitechapel Society will take place on Saturday 6th February.

Chris Jones – Bruce and Florence:Busting the Conspiracy

Unfortunately our advertised speaker Kate Colquhoun has had to withdraw unexpectedly but we are delighted that Chris Jones will now be our speaker.


See Meetings pages for location details.


Sunday Event – 6th December

On Sunday 6th December 2015 the Whitechapel Society have organised two events to supplement the evening meeting on Saturday 5th December (more on that later). On Sunday 6th Dec members are invited to join us at The Museum of London to see “The Crime Museum Uncovered” and/or join us for a meal at the nearby…


New venue – The Chamberlain Hotel, Minories

As announced at the August meeting Dirty Dicks is undergoing refurbishment and when it re-opens they will no longer offer private hire. We are therefore delighted to announce our new venue will be The Chamberlain Hotel on Minories. We look forward to seeing you at our new home, starting with our next meeting on Saturday 3rd…


Next meeting – Saturday 3rd October

The next meeting of The Whitechapel Society will take place on Saturday 3rd October. Angela Buckley – The Real Sherlock Holmes Angela Buckley is the author of The Real Sherlock Holmes: The Hidden Story of Jerome Caminada. She has shared stories from Detective Caminada’s casebook on BBC radio and television, in national magazines and newspapers…


Next meeting – Saturday 1st August

The next meeting of The Whitechapel Society will take place on Saturday 1st August. Edward Stow –  Lechmere and the Masonic Conspiracy. Edward Stow will give a resume of the main case against Charles Lechmere (aka Charles Cross) as a Jack the Ripper suspect, and also present for the first time  some new research linking…


Whitechapel Society launch new website

The committee of the Whitechapel Society are delighted to launch a brand new website. This modern website has been created over the last couple of months and allows the committee much easier access to updating content. The website will evolve as more content is added but we felt it important to start with the site…


Change of date for June meeting

Due to venue availability the June meeting will take place on the second Saturday of June – 13th. Doors open normal time at 7pm.