Soho Theatre and nabokov present


  • By Phil Porter
  • Wed 11 Dec - Sat 11 Jan, 7pm. Sat & Sun matinees 2.30pm
  • Previews Wed 11 & Thu 12 Dec £10. Then £15 (£12.50)

‘Funny, fresh and appealing.’
★★★★ Telegraph

‘A joy to watch.’ ★★★★ Evening Standard

This is the tale of Jonah and Sophie. It’s a love story. A dysfunctional love story, but a love story all the same.

Against the lonely backdrop of London, the worlds of two shy individuals collide, and a charming, delicate and darkly funny story unfolds before your eyes.

Directed by Soho Theatre Artistic Associate and nabokov Artistic Director Joe Murphy, Blink was a sell-out hit at Soho Theatre and in Edinburgh in 2012.

Award-winning writer Phil Porter wrote and developed Blink right here at Soho Theatre, as part of the Soho Six project. Phil is currently under commission to the Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal and Derngate Theatre, W11 Opera and York Theatre Royal. Soho Six sees six writers from contrasting backgrounds take up residency at Soho Theatre for around a year with the task of creating a piece of work for one of Soho’s stages.

Tue 7 Jan, 7pm, £10. For people who are Blind or visually impaired. Book tickets online by selecting ‘Audio Described Ticket’ when prompted.

Sun 5 Jan, 7pm, £10. For people who are Deaf, deafened or hard-of-hearing. Book tickets online by selecting ‘BSL ticket’ when prompted. BSL interpreter: Martin Fox-Roberts.

Running time: Approx 80 minutes
For ages 14+

‘Funny, fresh and appealing.’
★★★★ Telegraph

Brief, bright, exquisite…. a fine piece of writing.‘ ★★★★ Scotsman

Wyatt and McEntire, so convincing as two lonely souls, are a joy to watch.’ ★★★★ Evening Standard

‘Fresh and charming.’ Stage

The whimsical air of a Daniel Kitson story show and the idiosyncratic humour of a Jason Reitman film… Recommended viewing for those who like their romance served with a twist.‘ ★★★★ WhatsOnStage

A sad, funny and bittersweet delight… a beautifully realised collaboration.‘ ★★★★ Herald

‘An excellent, whimsical production that makes your heart flutter.’
★★★★ A Younger Theatre

‘Tender, funny and touching.’
★★★★ Independent

Unusual, joyous and heartbreaking, this is a near-perfect theatrical experience that will stay with you.’ ★★★★★ Three Weeks

Rosie Wyatt, Joe Murphy, Hannah Clark, Harry McEntire, Phil Porter, Jack Knowles, Isobel Waller-Bridge, Paul Jellis, Nathan Johnson, Josh Roche, David Luff