15 Storeys High, 2002
Often cited as one of the most under-rated sitcoms, 15 Storey’s High was the TV sitcom from Sean Lock that ran for 2 series of 6 episodes each from 2002.
The series originated from a a BBC Radio series of the same name that ran for 2 series of 5 episodes each from 1998.
Despite the success enjoyed by Sean Lock in panel shows and as a stand up comic the series has not enjoyed the frequent repeats that many other sitcoms have enjoyed on various digital channels.
The TV series was nominated for a BAFTA in the Best New Director category in 2003v for it’s unique style and innovative shots.
Two very different blokes are forced to share a tiny flat in a huge apartment block. what could possibly go wrong?
Sean Lock plays the sullen and mean-spirited Vince whose bright-eyed flatmate Errol (played by Benedict Wong) is his complete opposite.
The neighbours are an interesting mix of people who include wife-swappers, bible-bashers, lap dancers and stoners. With this mix of characters what could possibly go wrong?
Sean Lock – Vince
Benedict Wong – Errol
Channel: BBC 2, BBC Three, BBC Choice
Created and Written By: Sean Lock, Martin Trenaman, Mark Lamarr, Mark Nunnerley
Original Transmission Dates: 7th November 2002 – 18th March 2004