A deliciously offensive four-hander comedy by the award-winning Montreal playwright Francois Archambault (translated by Bobby Theodore). A well-heeled, self-obsessed couple, Peter and Mary, invite their fast-living friend over to dump him. But when Mark turns up with his stunning young girlfriend Paula, the dinner party spectacularly nosedives into a drunken swamp of personal revelation and debauchery.

The Leisure Society is a one-act morality play with absolutely no moral compass.