A lurid, yet blistering funny, Devon tale of sex, drugs and perfectly seared scallops is set to enthral and entice audiences when it premieres in Barnstaple tomorrow (Thursday). Funny, sassy and sexy observational drama The Incomers is brought to studio @ QT by BBC 6 Musics resident poet Murray Lachlan Young, directed by Paul Jepson and starring Rory Wilton of Doc Martin fame. Its Gordon and Celias wedding anniversary and theyve asked their oldest and dearest friends Zach and Jane down from London for the weekend but Jane is no longer on the scene and in her place is beautiful, 25 year old French Burlesque dancer, Julia. The story follows the weekends events, which quickly descend into farce as devastating revelations unravel, until it becomes painfully clear no one has been telling the truth for a very long time. With superb observations of human behaviours such as tolerance, jealousy, love and competitiveness this play will have you laughing and gasping in equal measure and will not disappoint. Throughout the various indulgent courses of the nights excesses the secrets and lies that have framed and fuelled our four friends farcical existence are deconstructed, dissected and devoured in a hilariously wicked fashion, said Rory. Dancing, stripping, sea bass and Chateaux le fete, all play their saucy parts in the arrival at the table of that most unwelcome of guests: total brutal honesty. The cast includes Kirsty Osmon, who featured in Lewis amongst her other TV appearances, plus Mary Woodvine and Jerome Wright. The Incomers was truly made in Devon, born in exploratory workshops at Beaford Arts, Winkleigh, and was developed during a residency at The Space, Dartington Hall Trust. The show starts at 8pm. Tickets are available from box office 01271 324242 or via www.northdevontheatres.org.uk.