The Simla Amateur Dramatic Club line up for the curtain call following a production of I'll Leave it to You by Noel Coward. Simla was the summer capital of British India, and it boasted a thriving social scene for the British community. The club was opened in 1837 and based at the Gaiety Theatre from 1887. Early members were mainly British officers and their families, with a small number of Indians and other Europeans. It is still going today, producing plays in Hindi and English.

BECC 2002/055/2/7/113