Between Ten and Six

Between Ten and Six is a dark comedy that draws a fine line between humour and disturbing scenes. Charlie, a reserved twenty four year old, is excited to move into his new flat and celebrate that night with his girlfriend Rachel. But when he meets his new socially awkward and quick tempered roommate Ed, Charlie soon realises he’s not got an average landlord. Charlie is then forced to spend the evening in with Ed and his temper soon wears thin, but who will snap first?

The high production values, professional finish and faultless casting were only let down by a confusing script. Mixing naturalistic and non-naturalistic was just jarring as they butted up against each other. The juxtaposed narrative made this s slow burner, although the audience caught up eventually and were genuinely very appreciative. There’s a twist at the end, but I’m not sure whether it’s for the good or the bad.

The Blurb

It's just good to know who you've got living under your roof isn't it? Charlie, an anxiety ridden twenty something, meets Ed, his socially awkward live-in landlord in a damp North London flat. Just how much can they both tolerate before one of them snaps? A new one act dark comedy from Chris Mayo.