Relative Values by Noel Coward

Relative Values by Noel Coward

Relative Values is a three-act comedy by Noël Coward. A satire of snobbery in all its guises, it deals with the clash of cultures between Hollywood stars and the English aristocracy, and with "the ancient and inaccurate assumption that, as we are equal in the eyes of God, we should be equal in the eyes of our fellow creatures."[1]

It was first produced in London in 1951 with success, enjoyed several revivals and was made into a film in 2000.

3 attendees (None invited)

Venue

The Goldthorn Theatre Company
Compton Road West