Soho Theatre and DryWrite present


  • By Vicky Jones
  • Thu 6 July - Sat 26 Aug 2017, evenings 7.15pm, matinees 3pm
  • From £10

‘A glorious cocktail of sex and self-discovery.’
★★★★ Guardian

‘If Fleabag was one of the greatest things you saw… be sure not to miss Touch.’
Evening Standard

From the creators of the international cult hit Fleabag

Dee’s sexual escapades are messy and temporary – just like her shoe box London flat.

New to the city and in a stop-gap job, Dee has the chance to reinvent herself. But how can you change your life when you don’t know what you want?

Following the international success of Fleabag and the Verity Bargate Award-winning play The One, Soho Theatre and DryWrite reunite with Touch, a shamelessly funny and brutally honest play about sex, connection and control.

One of the Evening Standard’s 20 shows not to miss in 2017

Please note – if your chosen date is sold out, please contact the box office to be added to the waiting list

Running Time: Approx 90mins

Captioned Performance
Wed 16 Aug at 7.15pm

Audio Described Performance
Tue 25 Jul at 7.15pm
Touch tour at 5.45pm

‘What Vicky’s managed to do with Touch is create a hilarious unpredictable fascinating creature that I can’t wait to be in a dark room with. DryWrite is so excited to be back at Soho, working on this new play’
Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Fleabag writer and performer and Co-Artistic Director of DryWrite)

Fleabag sells out in ten minutes to become Soho Theatre’s hottest ticket ever…audiences are fighting for a ticket’ Evening Standard

‘A glorious cocktail of sex and self-discovery.’
★★★★ Guardian

‘Jones proves herself a comic writer of fierce talent, and her production is superbly cast, too. Totally recommended.’
★★★★ Telegraph

‘Sitcom in tone, sexual in content – and properly funny.’
★★★★ Stage

‘This is for the generation after Bridget Jones, a sort of 50 Shades of Play (with a bit of Grey thrown in).’
★★★★ Times

‘Brutally perceptive…it’s also proper laugh-out-loud funny, and Jones has a lovely ear for the silly rubbish normal people burble at each other.’
★★★★ Time Out

Vicky Jones, Ultz, Richard Howell, Isobel Waller-Bridge, Claire Wardroper, Nadine Rennie CDG, Naana Agyei-Ampadu, Matthew Aubrey, Edward Bluemel, James Clyde, James Marlowe, Amy Morgan

This performance is part of

Spring Summer 2017 season: YOUNG HEARTS, OLD SOULS

All productions