July 2019 update: All tickets that were put on sale for the Fleabag live shows sold out almost immediately, but producers have now announced three other ways to maybe get to see the show:
1. Cinema: There will be a live cinema broadcast of the production on 12th September. Fleabag will be broadcast live to venues around the UK and internationally at 7.30pm on this day via National Theatre Live. For more information on where to watch and how to buy tickets, audiences are advised to check with their venue or the NT live website
2. Tickets lottery: A digital lottery will be available through the TodayTix app. A total of 50 tickets for each of the 30 performances (1,500 in total) will be available for £15. The FLEABAG lottery will be held weekly during the season, with the first one opening on Monday 12 August and closing on Wednesday 14 August, enabling users to apply for multiple performances at the same time. To enter the lottery, users must download the free TodayTix app, and register. All TodayTix users will be notified when the lottery opens and winners will have the choice to purchase either one or two tickets. Seats allocated for the lottery will include prime positions in the front row.
3. £10 on the day tickets: There will also be a limited number of £10 tickets available to purchase each morning in person from 10am at the Wyndham's Box Office. Each person will be permitted to purchase one ticket each and are subject to availability.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge to perform Fleabag play for final run
Phoebe Waller-Bridge is to return as Fleabag.
The writer and performer will appear as the character for a final run of the award-winning stage production on which the TV series was based.
Fleabag will run at Wyndham's Theatre in London's West End, beginning previews on 20 August 2019 with an opening night on Wednesday 28th August 7:30pm. The strictly limited four week run will be the final time Waller-Bridge performs the piece.
Fleabag was originally produced by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Vicky Jones and producer Francesca Moody's company DryWrite. It previewed at Soho Theatre before its Edinburgh Festival debut in 2013, winning rave reviews and a Fringe First Award. It returned to play the Soho Theatre in London that autumn and was revived by DryWrite and Soho Theatre in 2014 and 2016, as well as touring the UK (2015 and 2018), South Korea (2014) and Australia (2018) and an Edinburgh Festival revival as part of the British Council Edinburgh Showcase (2017). Other actors played the character in some versions, but Waller-Bridge will return as Fleabag for this run.
Talking about the plot, the producers say: "Fleabag is a rip-roaring look at some sort of woman living her sort of life. Fleabag may appear emotionally unfiltered and oversexed, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. With family and friendships under strain and a guinea pig café struggling to keep afloat, Fleabag suddenly finds herself with nothing to lose."
Waller-Bridge, who has recently worked on the scripts of Series 2 of Killing Eve, due to be shown on the BBC soon, is now co-writing the new James Bond movie.
Announcing the character's return, Phoebe Waller-Bridge said: "Looooonddddooooonn!!"
Co-producers Soho Theatre and Annapurna Theatre say: "It's a privilege to have contributed to the journey of Fleabag with Phoebe thus far and we couldn't be more pleased the show is returning home to London alongside DryWrite for a West End run."
Tickets for Fleabag are on sale from fleabagwestend.co.uk
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