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Fleabag is to play the West End for a strictly limited four week run this summer, marking Phoebe Waller-Bridge's last ever time in the role.
The play version of the acclaimed TV adaptation was first produced to a modest audience at the Edinburgh festival in 2013, and has since spawned two seasons on the BBC, revivals on stage and a sold-out off-Broadway run.
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Written by Waller-Bridge, and directed by Vicky Jones, the one-woman show is to be a 'homecoming run' - set to take place at Wyndham’s Theatre in London for 30 performances over four weeks from 28 August.
Fans of the series were disappointed to learn that Waller-Bridge - who is currently co-penning the latest James Bond film - would not make a season three. And so, this final opportunity to watch the character in action will surely soften the blow.
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Fleabag is an account of 'some sort of woman living her sort of life' - and won Waller-Bridge a Fringe First award after its original debut.
The show sees the eponymous heroine’s coping with her best friend's untimely death, as well as sex and business in the modern age.
'Fleabag - Tip - Iceberg - Family - Friendships
'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,' reads the play synopsis.
The BBC series led to Waller-Bridge earning phenomenal fame, after which she went on to pen Killing Eve - another runaway...
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