'Miss Gibbons proves herself to possess a natural and effortless talent for the burlesque' - Times Literary Supplement
The Club in central London holds the quarters of Queen Victoria's finest regiment: the First Bloods. Inside the mighty building, with its two exquisite glass towers, the First Bloods and their regimental servants tussle over a portion of recreational ground. Amidst the rows and rumbles - and remarkable punishments - is a mocking and piquant observation of factious all-male societies.
“Miss Gibbons proves herself to possess a natural and effortless talent for the burlesque”
Times Literary Supplement