Michael Thornton at the British newspaper the Telegraph offers the back story to Noel Coward's forgotten play Volcano.
This week, Volcano, a play he wrote in that very house but which was unproduced for 56 years, received its West End premiere at the Vaudeville Theatre. It is set on the island of Samolo (obviously Jamaica), to a background of native drums and the ominous rumble of the neighbouring volcano.
You can read the rest of the story via the below link:
Note: The top photo is of Noel Coward and the above photo is of Ian Fleming at Goldeneye.
I visited Noel Coward's Jamaican villa Firefly and my wife and I stayed a week at Goldeneye. Like Coward and Fleming, we love Jamaica and Goldeneye was truly magical.