The Buckingham Arts and Theatre Society presents Lisa D’Amour’s drama Detroit at Buckingham’s Radcliffe Centre from Thursday to Saturday this week.
In an inner-city suburb, Ben and Mary invite their new young next-door neighbours Sharon and Kenny over for a barbecue.
As the action unfolds we learn that Sharon and Kenny met at rehab, neither is employed, and they don’t own a stick of furniture.
But there are cracks too in the veneer of Ben and Mary’s respectable suburban lives And the backyard party quickly turns turns into something more dangerous.
Warning: this play contains explicit content.
Performances are at 9.30pm from Thursday to Saturday, August 9 to 11, and there is also a Saturday matinee at 1pm.
Tickets cost £5 or less.