You will be pleased to know that the Garrick Club has reopened.
The Garrick Club is instituted for the general patronage of drama; for the purpose of combining the use of a Club, on economic principles, with the advantages of a literary society; for bringing together supporters of drama; and for the formation of a theatrical library, with works on costume.
The Garrick Club is situated in the heart of London’s West End and Theatreland, in Old Covent Garden.
The regular meetings of the dining club for dramatists inaugurated by Arthur Wing Pinero, will resume soon. Almost everyone you have never heard of is going. (Remember the old joke about a Hollywood starlet so dumb she slept with the writer.)
The things I learn from PG of a Sunday, eh?