If you like comedies verging on farce and based on infidelity, then you should love Flowery Field Amateur Dramatic Society’s production of ‘Key for Two’.
Written by John Chapman and Dave Freeman the play is described as ‘wickedly amusing’, and as members of the talented FFADS cast have told our reporter, they’ve certainly had a lot of laughs during rehearsals.
Directed by Phyllis M Abbott, the story centres around Harriet, a divorcee, who seeks to solve her financial problems by entertaining two married gentlemen on different days of the week. The scheme, however, faces collapse when her friend Anne, whose marriage is tottering, arrives at the flat wanting to stay, hotly pursued by her husband Richard.
As you can imagine, indescribable confusion follows with mistaken identities and farcical situations as Harriet’s plan has to stretch into unbelievable realms of fantasy in order to protect her lifestyle.
‘Key for Two’ is a delightful farce about a kept woman who is canny enough to be kept by two men.…
We guarantee you’ll all have a lot of laughs ‘wickedly or otherwise’
Book your tickets now to avoid disappointment: Tickets £6.00 (Tel: Booking 0161 368 0155)
The curtains go up at 7.30pm on Wednesday 9th May 2018, with performances on Thursday, 10th, Friday 11th, & Saturday 12th
Flowery Field Centre, Spring Gardens, Hyde, SK14 4RZ