Ising Chnrlcs l\oom TN Covent Garden in the centre of the West End of London where artists and business men meet, where the hurly burly of the great fruit market sprawls around the famous publishing houses, the theatres, and the Royal Opera House itself, at the back of Fleet Street, and beside the Inigo Jones Actors' Church at St Pauls, there are quiet and beautiful rooms. Here, if you are a member, you may relax in comfort and meet your friends. You can have a drink, or good coffee, a salad, a sandwich or a cake. The licensing hours have been arranged to be as useful as possible to club members-for business from 12 noon to 2 p.m., and for before and after theatre-going or for convivial evenings in pleasant company from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. Lunches from 12 noon to 2 p.m. Membership of the Club costs half-a-guinea a year, or five shillings for registered students. The King Charles Room lies immediately above the 'Nell Gwynn' Cafe Restaurant at 14 King Street, Covent Garden, W C 2. Telephone: TEMple Bar 3250. Proprietor: Mrs Manuela 0 Sykes, from whom further information can be obtained