In July we finished reading Noel Coward’s ‘Relative Values’, an amusing satire of snobbery in all its guises. The play depicts a slice of social history and shows an aristocratic family grappling with the decline in domestic service, a growing clash of cultures, and the inevitable death of pedigree. The play was fun to read and we are giving Coward another bite of the cherry at our meeting on Tuesday, August 16th, when we start reading ‘Blithe Spirit’, a farce in three acts. If you are interested, do come along and join us, newcomers are always welcome. David Ginns.