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★ ★ ★ ★ ‘Restores your faith in human nature’ – Telegraph
★ ★ ★ ★ ‘Beautiful, funny and eloquently original’ – Libby Purves
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ‘Lovely, witty, delicious’ – The Independent
Two hopeful hapless romantics get drunk, get it on and then get the hell away from each other.
In her eyes he’s a mistake. A mistake who keeps turning up at parties.
In his eyes, she’s perfect. He’s short-sighted.
A ‘randomly hilarious’, (The Times) romantic catastrophe of good intentions, Fringe First Award winning show Dirty Great Love Story makes its highly anticipated West End debut.
Starring Felix Scott (The Archers, Inception) and Ayesha Antoine (Red Velvet) don’t miss this ‘cheerfully forthright piece about modern dating’ - Daily Mail
‘I laughed out loud and so did everyone else’ – The Times
Running time90 minutes, no interval
Performance datesPreviews take place from the 18th Jan- 25th Jan, with the show running until the 18th March.
ContentContains strong language. Contains scenes of sexual nature.
Venue InformationArts Theatre6-7 Great Newport Street, London, WC2H 7JB
Band A £39.50/£45 tickets discounted to £24.50/£30
Band B £34.50/£39.50 tickets discounted to £19.50/£24.50
Valid all performences until 18 March
Dirty Great Love Story in (Exactly) 250 Words
Dirty Great Love Story is a great play, that doesn't quite fit the West End. Currently playing at the quaint Arts Theatre, the show is a love story, told by two actors (Felix Scott and Ayesha Antoine) through what is essentially staged poetry.
15 Feb, 2017 | By Harriet Wilson
Reviews / Features
REVIEW: Dirty Great Love Story; a good, quality and enjoyable evening at the theatre
Hidden away in the West End, nestled between Covent Garden and Leicester Square lies the Arts Theatre.
The current show Dirty Great Love Story is a revival and reworking of the show that was first presented at the Edinburgh Festival back in 2012. Running for 90 minutes, the show features two actors and takes you on a story from a drunken stag/hen do encounter and the messy morning after, through the friend zone and to reconciliation.
8 Feb, 2017 | By Harrison Fuller
Reviews / Features
REVIEW: Dirty Great Love Story
Dirty Great Love Story has been in the works since 2012, the metaphorical child of comedic poets Richard Marsh and Katie Bonna. Performed by the writers in Soho and New York amongst other fringe events, Dirty Great Love Story makes its full West End debut, presented as the story of how they met. It’s fair to say that some events have been changed for dramatic effect.
23 Jan, 2017 | By Jake Laverde