• Hendrick's Quarterly Seance
• Hendrick's Lecture Series
• An Evening of Phantasmagoria
• The Balls
• A List of Past Events
• Philosophy in the Bedroom
• Viktor Wynd
• Suzette Field
Why let death get in the way of a good conversation?
The first seance took place on Tuesday the 1st of May 2007 at 43 South Molton Street, W1and was introduced by Philip Hoare.
Later, on the 21st of July 2007, it appeared at the Port Eliot Literary Festival where prominent British ‘Pataphysician, Publisher of The Daily Twit, and acclaimed arthouse film director Magnus Irvin presented an authentic Victorian Séance.
Then in October of that year, Mr Irvin with the help of his long term collaborator and portal to the after life, Ms Margot Forbes, famously returned the Café Royal to its spiritualist heyday of the 1890’s to 1930’s, when the likes of Arthur Conan Doyle would chat for hours with Aristotle and Plato, engaged in the most fashionable pastime of its day. Ms Forbes with the help of her Indian spirit guide and Mr. Irvin himself, produced an unforgettable evening full of theatrical incident, uncanny spectacle, and deep insights into our own, real, spiritual malaises. Whilst tables wobbled and levitated, strange voices and presences appeared and disappeared, and real ectoplasm vividly expelled from the medium’s soul, the truly surprising results of Ms. Forbes’ transcendental communication revealed absolute physical proof of the existence of the afterlife.