Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag has become one of the most talked-about TV series of 2019 – now the star is bringing the show back for one final run on the West End stage.
The critically acclaimed one-woman play upon which the BBC comedy is based is returning to theatre for a limited run.
The production will be the very last time Waller-Bridge will play the character after the show ended with its “perfect” series two finale.
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Fleabag started out as a one-woman show at Edinburgh Fringe and the Soho Theatre in 2013, before being adapted into a Bafta-winning television series airing on BBC3 and BBC1.
The television series boasted the likes of Olivia Colman, Andrew Scott, Kristin Scott-Thomas and Fiona Shaw among its cast.
Waller-Bridge’s forthcoming London shows come hot on the heels of a run of performances to a sold-out run in New York.
Fleabag the play is written by Waller-Bridge and directed by her creative collaborator Vicky Jones.
The stage production will show at the Wyndham’s Theatre in London for a strictly limited four-week run from 20th August to the 14th September.
Waller-Bridge said of the announcement: “Looooonddddooooonn!!”