Dirty Great Love Story

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Richard Marsh and Katie Bonna’s award-winning play makes its West End debut at London’s Arts Theatre. A cuttingly funny take on romantic catastrophes, Dirty Great Love Story plays for a limited 9 week season opening January 25th, with previews beginning January 18th 2017.

Originally running at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2012, Dirty Great Love Story follows two hopeful, hapless romantics in a moment of madness. After a cheeky accidental one night stand, this chaotically comic play about good intentions and bad timing asks if a one-time thing can really stand the test of time!

Marsh and Bonna have several credits to their names, with Marsh’s one-man play Skittles commissioned for Radio 4, whilst his sitcom Richard Marsh: Cardboard Heart starred Russell Tovey, Jemima Rooper and Phil Daniels. Bonna’s most recent show, All the Things I’ve Lied About, ran at the Edinburgh Fringe’s Summerhall venue and she is currently developed a TV series, and also received a nominated for Best Actress by The Stage. Casting is yet to be announced.

Dirty Great Love Story was first seen in 2012, winning a prestigious Fringe First Award, before embarking on a sold out UK tour, which transferring to Off-Broadway New York. A very funny and brutally truthful story of romantic disasters, embarrassment and love, Dirty Great Love Story runs for a limited time from January 25th to March 18th, with previews from January 18th.

Child Friendly?

Dirty Great Love Story is recommended for those aged 12 and up.

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Booking until 18 March 2017
Running Time: 1 hour 15 minutes