What Fleabag did next: future looks bright for Phoebe Waller-Bridge

Creator of hit sitcom not short of offers and hints Fleabag could return when she is 50 It has been described as a near perfect work of art with an ending that Fleabag, her next step is being eagerly anticipated by viewers and industry insiders alike. The BBC Three show ended on Monday after two series with a climactic episode that provided a definitive coda to the will-they-wont-they relationship between Waller-Bridges eponymous millennial neer-do-well and Andrew Scotts troubled, if much lusted after, priest. The episode and the series as a whole has received rapturous reviews from critics, with the Daily Mail describing it as redemptive, unsentimental and beautiful and the Metro declaring it a masterpiece. With the shows conclusion which …

Fiona Shaw: Im delighted to be in with the young crowd!

The acclaimed stage actor on the joy of her spymaster role in Killing Eve and playing a therapist in the new series of Fleabag For an actress best known for her classical stage work, Fiona Shaw is suddenly all over our screens. In the last six months, she has popped up on TV in Mrs Wilson, and in cinemas in Colette. Now shes about to make a guest appearance in the feverishly awaited second series of Fleabag. Born in Cork, Shaw left for London in her mid-20s and trained at Rada. Now 60, she made her name at the RSC and the National Theatre, where she shone in some of the great tragic roles, including Medea, Electra, Richard II, Mother …