You can still bag tickets to see Fleabag in the West End for as little as £10
If you didn't get tickets to see Phoebe Waller-Bridge's final run of Fleabag in London's West End, don't panic – there are still ways to bag tickets for as little as £10.
Waller-Bridge's stage-show-turned-television-smash Fleabag is heading to London's West End in August. Tickets went on sale in May and were snapped up in minutes but a limited number of tickets will soon become available. You can get them for £10 at the Wyndham Theatre's box office on the morning (10am) of each performance. You must show up to the box office in person to purchase the tickets. Otherwise there are 50 seats available for each of the 30 performances (1500 in total) that can be snapped up through an online lottery for £15 per ticket.
If you can't make it to London, the show will also be broadcast live in cinemas in the UK and internationally on 12 September, two days before the final performance. A list of venues will be released shortly on National Theatre's website.
The one-woman show, directed by Vicky Jones and written and performed by Waller-Bridge, was first performed in London in 2013 before a successful run at the Edinburgh Festival soon after. It's the basis for the critically-acclaimed BBC TV show of the same name, which was recently nominated for 11 Emmy awards, including 'outstanding comedy series' and 'lead actress'.
The theatre show will be performed in London between 20 August and 14 September, following a sold-out run at New York's Soho Playhouse. When she picks up the show in London this time, Waller-Bridge has said it will be her last Fleabag performance.
The digital lottery for tickets will be available through the TodayTix app. The first draw will open on 12 August and close on 14 August. Users must download the TodayTix app and register first. They'll be notified when the lottery opens and winners will have the chance to purchase one or more tickets.