SERVING up its final play before the summer season, the Grand's piece de resistance is a slick romantic comedy sure to break box-office records.

Not only has author Simon Williams produced an excellent script, full of breathtakingly funny one-liners, but he has also brought together the perfect performers. Stephanie Beacham, best known for Dynasty and Tenko, doyen of the theatre Moray Watson and Simon's own daughter Amy Williams appear with Simon, a household name since Upstairs Downstairs and recently Holby City.

Leonard (the exuberant Simon Williams) writing under the pseudonym of Myrtle Banbury, submits a novel to a feminist publishing house.

Publisher Harriet (the smouldering Stephanie Beacham, looking stunning in five gorgeous outfits) asks to meet the author in person and Leonard has to pretend to be old Aunty Myrtle, presenting confusion and mayhem for Grandpa Gus (the marvellous Moray Watson) and daughter Dee Dee (delectable Amy Williams) and the play turns into a jolly farce, reminiscent of Charley's Aunt and Some Like it Hot. In the best tradition of British theatre there's romance and a happy ending for the incredibly youthful-looking couple.

Judging from all the laughter, thunderous applause and the smiles on people's faces as they left the theatre, Simon has a huge hit with Nobody's Perfect. It runs until Saturday.

Nobody's Perfect, at Blackpool Grand Theatre (until Saturday)