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Arts Theatre, London4.413 reviews
Awarded a Scotsman Fringe First Award for outstanding new writing, Dirty Great Love Story combines drama and poetry.

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Dirty Great Love Story at the Arts theatre - only until 18 March!

★ ★ ★ ★  ‘Achingly funny’ – Radio Times 

★ ★ ★ ★ ‘Restores your faith in human nature’ – Telegraph

★ ★ ★ ★ ‘It will make you beam!’ – Evening Standard  

★ ★ ★ ★ ‘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

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Additional Information

Age restriction


Running time

90 minutes, no interval

Performance dates

Previews take place from the 18th Jan- 25th Jan, with the show running until the 18th March.


Contains strong language. Contains scenes of sexual nature.

Venue Information

Arts Theatre6-7 Great Newport Street, London, WC2H 7JB

Special Offer

Dirty Great Love Story Ticket Offer Details

Save £15!

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

Customer Reviews

13 reviews4.4

nicola Ridley27th February

well acted considering just two performers. But not worth ticket price. one dimensional characters, wasn't as funny as hoped. Needed more depth for me.

Catherine Barrett26th February

It was brilliant, i've been raving about ot ever since! Great acting and so good to see accessibile and hilarious verse.

Chantal Hamilton21st February

Really good throughly enjoyed it. Will reccomend to all my friends and family.

KDO16th February

What a fun play to watch! The actors were great and it was a funny, all-too-relatable story. I'd recommend seeing this!

Raphael Dowokpor-James15th February

Brilliant! Had a great evening!

Norman Gold2nd February

Acting was surperb. Thought play had some weak moments but a very enjoyable evening. Especially NO interval!!

ANDY27th January

So glad we went to see this. The two performers were excellent, effortlessly switching to play other characters in the story as well as the main characters. So clever that just two actors on a stage containing nothing but two stools can tell the touching "will they won't they" story of Rich and Katy, but that's the magic of theatre.

charlene mayers27th January

Not great . Expected better

Paul Scudamore25th January

Wasn't sure what to expect but, boy, did it deliver! A tour de force by the actors.

Paulina Kusarek23rd January

It was very funny from the beginning to the end. The actors were great ad I did enjoy. The only one thing I didn't like, do they really have to use foul language... :(

Tony Newell21st January

The actors were brilliant, the script was superb & the show was fantastic & funny. Definitely go & see this show!

Wendy Gaynair21st January

Astonishing, not a hesitant syllable, or missed cue, in the entire 70 minute show. It was mind-blowing in its ingenuity, wit and poetic prose. Felix Scott & Ayesha Antoine are a magnificent duo, doing justice to the hugely talented Richard Marsh and Katie Bonna's. I pray there'll be a DGLS 2!