Cuckoo Bang Productions brings its first play Between Ten and Six – written by founder Chris Mayo – back to the stage following an extremely popular debut at the intimate The Etc Theatre above Camden High Street’s Oxford Arms. After November’s sell-out show, Mayo brings his one act play to The Leicester Square Theatre lounge, a dark comedy about social awkwardness between Charlie and Ed, two housemates in a poky North London flat.

Cuckoo Bang brings together a great pool of artistic talent including writer-director-comedian Garrett Millerick – who is directing the show – and cast of Owen Llewelyn, Samantha Spurgin, Tama Phethean and Chris Mayo himself. After their five-night run at in Leicester Square, the troupe head of for the legendary Brighton Fringe Festival at the end of May.

To make their April run in London possible, £900 needs to be raised simply to cover the cost of hiring the venue. Thanks to lots of generosity they have reached the minimum £900 needed to make the project happen. Now any further donations will help fuel further projects

Please help support local, independent art by pledging as little as £1 or more if you are able and willing to. Dead Curious will be there on opening night to review Between Ten and Six. To donate, visit the Kickstarter donations page!

Cuckoo Bang is offering a two-for-one offer on tickets to the first show. Visit the theatre’s website and type “tenandsix” into the discount box to enjoy the offer.

Between Ten and Six will run from April 16th– April 20th 2013 at The Leicester Square Theatre, 6 Leicester Place, London, Greater London WC2H 7BX. Shows start at 7pm and run time is 60 minutes.