Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s ‘Fleabag’ Play Will Stream Online Until Tomorrow (April 24)

Chris Wiegand reporting for The Guardian (on April 6):

Fleabag [the play] is available to stream from today in the UK and Ireland on Soho theatre’s On Demand site. From 10 April it will be available for a two-week period in Australia, New Zealand and Canada, as well as on Amazon Prime Video in the US and UK.1 The production will be available for a 48-hour download for £4, with the option to donate larger amounts of money.

The TV series ruined me, and I expect the play to do the same. For the love of all that is good and holy (and heartbreakingly bleak), go rent this now.

UPDATE: Saw it. Am ruined.


  1. If my calculations are correct, that means it’ll be available until April 24. (Emphasis mine.)


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