Touch, Soho Theatre
DryWrite Theatre's Fleabag was an international hit and now award winning writer-director, Vicky Jones is bringing another London-based feminist play to Soho next summer
Fleabag took Soho –
and then the BBC – by storm, and now Vicky Jones, who makes up one half of the DryWrite Theatre duo with Phoebe Waller-Bridge, has penned another gloriously funny, feisty feminist comedy. The only downside? It's not out until July. But tickets are already available to book now.
Touch is the fourth collaboration between DryWrite and Soho Theatre. It follows the chaotic love life of 33-year-old Dee (Amy Morgan) and grapples with the confusion and doubt that threatens to overwhelm her following a move to London. Faced with the chance to reinvent herself but unsure about what she really wants, this refreshingly honest play about sex, connection and control is sure to resonate deeply with its audience.
Jones’s bold, unapologetic style has captured a wide fan base and tickets for Touch will disappear soon. The full cast is set to be announced in the new year but snap up your tickets now to avoid missing out on one of London's most exciting pieces of new writing.
|What||Touch, Soho Theatre|
21 Dean Street, Soho, W1D 3NE
|Nearest tube||Tottenham Court Road (underground)|
06 Jul 2017 – 12 Aug 2017, matinees on selected dates