FROM the cream of high society to the dregs of criminal low life - West End Little Theatre Club is running the gamut of social stereotypes in its latest comic offering.

Written by Peter Coke, Breath of Spring is a rip-roaring farce that finds its three central characters, Dame Beatrice Appleby, Lady Alice Miller and Brigadier Albert Payne, in search of more excitement than having the crusts removed from their cucumber sandwiches can provide.

When the Dame's ex-jailbird maid "acquires" a fur coat, the perfect opportunity arises for a bit of adventure as they attempt to return the coat and help the needy in true Robin Hood style.

Directed by Muriel Daw, a long-time amateur dramatic enthusiast, the play has been set in 1952 in celebration of the Jubilee year and also coincides with Muriel's 25th anniversary with West End Theatre Club.

You can see Breath of Spring at the Parish Centre, Chapel Road, West End from tomorrow until Saturday. Tickets cost £4.

For more information, call the box office on 023 8047 6431.