The Social Club isn’t just a name – we take the responsibility of our presentation of culture to society very seriously. Our mission statement reads: “One calling for the Social Club is the inclusion of styles, genres, and thus the public.”
This isn’t some wishful thinking either – the weight of history is all around the Social Club. Situated in the very heart of Paris, the Social Club used to house the same printers which saw George Clemenceau’s L’Aurore newspaper come rolling off, in particular with Emile Zola’s famous ‘J’accuse’ letter to the French president.
If we could ever argue that a club could shape the minds and lives of men and women, then Social Club would be exhibit A.