Fleabag stars Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Andrew Scott have handed out cans of gin in a tin to fans queueing to buy tickets for the theatre production of the show.
After the success of the TV adaptation, Waller-Bridge has taken Fleabag back to the stage where it began this summer, with shows running until September 14.
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Fans are able to queue up on the day of shows to try and get limited tickets, and the stars of the show decided to make the wait a little more enjoyable, handing out G&Ts outside the theatre. See footage of the incident below.
Waller-Bridge, the show’s creator and star, has recently said that she has a “fantasy” of reviving the show in later life.
Scott, who plays a priest in the show, has said that he’s also on board with the idea of a third season of the show, despite Waller-Bridge ruling out a return for the show many times.
Responding to Waller-Bridge teasing that she had thought about bringing Fleabag back when she is 50 years old, Scott said: “Oh, I’ll probably be dead. But if I’m still alive, yeah. Listen, I’ll be there, whatever [Waller-Bridge] wants me to do.”