The Williams Repertory Club is preparing to bring laughs and fun to the town this July with four performances of the comedic play Key for Two. “It’s a bit of a farce set in the seaside town of Brighton in the 80s that revolves around a character named Harriet,” director James Lenehan said. With several balls in the air and a couple of complicated relationships on the go, a series of unexpected events involving a cast of colourful characters threaten Harriet’s carefully constructed life. “I can’t give away the ending but it’ll be a good night out,” Mr Lenehan said. Written by John Chapman and Dave Freeman, the British scriptwriter behind many of the Carry On films, the audience can expect an evening of cheeky fun and comedic chaos. Mr Lenehan said seven local thespians will bring the play to life with Jaylea Johnstone taking centre stage as Harriet and that the shows will be as cosy as they are lively. “We’ll have tables and chairs set up, candles, a licensed bar,” he said. “We’re always well supported in Williams because we’ve been going for such a long time, we get people in from Wagin, Darkan, Boddington — people automatically book again for the next year, It’s always a good show.” Key for Two will be performed at the Williams Repertory Club behind the William’s Town Hall on July 14, 15, 21 and 22 from 7.30pm with doors opening at 6.45pm. Tickets can be purchased individually or for tables of eight at the Williams Newsagency in person or by calling 9885 1198. While there is strictly no BYO alcohol patrons are invited to bring along something for supper.