William Kent, in his 1934 book London for Shakespeare Lovers (Methuen & Co.), in the “Useful Information” section at the back of the book, had this rather charming notice (on pg. 174):
The Sunday Shakepeare Society was founded by the late Dr. Furnivall in 1874, and Sir Sidney Lee was for many years its president. At its monthly meetings held on Sunday afternoons (outdoor in summer), the plays are read by members, and in this way the whole of the Canon has many times been covered. The indoor readings are given at Tolmer’s Hall, 153 Drummond Street, Euston, N.W. 1. Annual subscription, 3s. 6d. President, Professor J. W. MacKail. LL.D., Hon. Secretary, Fred Tallant, 153 Drummond Street, N.W.1.
I Googled “The Sunday Shakespeare Society” and didn’t find anything. I wonder if the group survived World War II.