About Dirty White Boy
Dirty White Boy: Tales of Soho
by Clayton Littlewood
Clayton Littlewood’s book based on his experience of running an Old Compton Street clothes shop has won acclaim from critics and celebrities alike. Now it comes to the stage in this brilliantly funny and insightful adaptation. Amidst the madness of modern Soho unravels a touching and true love story.
Following a series of sold-out previews at Trafalgar Studios last summer, this updated and extended version of the show returns to the venue for a four-week run. Starring the writer as himself, and the award-winning solo performer David Benson (Think No Evil Of Us: My Life With Kenneth Williams). Directed by Phil Willmott, whose current London productions include the TMA award-winning Once Upon A Time At The Adelphi, and the cult hit Naked Boys Singing.
''Real life stories told with a Hogarthian incisiveness.'' - West End Extra
''A collection of witty and piquant vignettes.'' - The London Paper
''Funny, perceptive, exquisite'' - Stephen Fry
''Touching, funny & poignant.'' - Elton John