The Arts Theatre offers excellent views throughout. The best views can be found in the centre of the Stalls and Circle, as the first few rows in the Stalls are typically restricted due to the height of the stage.
For those who want a good bargain, seats at the rear of the Stalls offer excellent, unrestricted views of the stage – although can be slightly uncomfortable!
Circle Slips are also a brilliant option for those on a budget, but make sure you pick seats 8-14, as they are in the front row.
Richard Marsh and Katie Bonna’s award-winning comedy Dirty Great Love Story made its West End debut at the Arts Theatre. First seen at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2012, and winning a prestigious Fringe Festival Award in the process, Dirty Great Love Story was a hilarious, frank and sharp take on modern relationships.
A cutting take on romantic catastrophes, Dirty Great Love Story follows two hopeless young people as they accidentally have a one night stand after a drunken night out. Packed full of embarrassing moments, painful awkwardness and some genuine snapshots of romance, the play asks whether a one-time thing can really stand the test of time!
Appearing in the original staging of the play, Marsh and Bonna took a step back to allow for other actors in the Arts Theatre run. Both have several credits to their names; Marsh’s one-man play Skittles was commissioned for Radio 4 and his sitcom Richard Marsh: Cardboard Heart featured a cast including Phil Daniels, Jemima Rooper and Russell Tovey.
Bonna had recently embarked on a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe’s Summerhall venue with her popular show All the Things I’ve Lied About, was developing a TV series and was also nominated for Best Actress by The Stage. Dirty Great Love Story was most recently seen Off-Broadway.
Combining poetry, drama, rhythm and rhyme, the wonderfully comic play was perfect for modern day daters! Having began performance at the Arts Theatre London from January 18th and officially opened on January 25th 2017, Dirty Great Love Story played for a limited run until March 18th 2017.
Fans of the little treats that can be found at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival will love this production, which brings fringe theatre to the West End. Modern daters or those who are romantically disinclined should also pay the show a visit!
Dirty Great Love Story is suitable for those aged 12 and up.
Recommended for age 12+