When Phoebe Waller-Bridge brought her original one-woman Fleabag show back to the London stage last year, snagging tickets for it was mission impossible. Even Tom Cruise would likely have found himself unable to pick up a pair. But now that we’re all stuck at home in self-isolation (some of us are surely breaking our own fourth walls at this point), the show has been made available to stream online – a much-needed 80-minute escape from the monotony of social distancing.
For a limited period, Fleabag is available to stream on demand via Soho Theatre, and there are a range of prices depending on how much you want to donate – with the proceeds going to the National Emergency Trust, NHS Charities Together, Acting For Others, and the Fleabag Support Fund. You can pay as little as £4 to watch the show digitally, but if you’d like to offer more, you can pay £10, £25, £100, or £250. The show is available now in the UK and Ireland, and will be open to international streaming from 10 April.
Elsewhere, fans of Waller-Bridge can rejoice this Easter weekend at the return of Killing Eve. The third season of the BBC America spy drama, which was launched by Waller-Bridge, begins in the US this Sunday, with the first episode due to air in the UK on Monday 13 April. Following a season overseen by Waller-Bridge, and a second run from Emerald Fennell, Season 3 has a new showrunner in Suzanne Heathcote.