Phoebe Waller-Bridge's Fleabag play features 33 swear words and VERY risqué content as one-woman show continues to win rave reviews
She once told fans that her mother told her 'be whatever you want to be, as long as you're outrageous.'
And Phoebe Waller-Bridge ensured she continued to live up to that very life philosophy by delivering a selection of 33 swear words and referring to masturbation and threesomes for her one-woman show Fleabag in London.
The actress, 34, who announced that she would be resurrecting the stage version of her comedy drama earlier this year, has ensured fans are not disappointed with her impressive acting and outrageously funny script.
Outrageously funny: Phoebe Waller-Bridge has ensured she continue to entertain fans by delivering a selection of 33 swear words for her one-woman show Fleabag in London
Since taking to the stage, Phoebe, who was recently called in to offer her expertise for the upcoming Bond film No Time To Die, has seen her play receive a plethora of five-star reviews.
A Sky News report claimed: 'For all the outrageousness of the piece, the expert crafting of Waller-Bridge and director Vicky Jones means that at no point does it cross into shock for shock's sake.
'Although multitudes of fans will be left disappointed they were unable to get a ticket, Waller-Bridge, unlike Fleabag, knows when to leave her audience wanting more.'
The Daily Mail's Jan Moir said: 'At least the show was brilliant, as you might expect. This is the embryonic unplugged Fleabag, the one-woman show which begat the hit series that came later.
Comedy hit: The actress, 34, who announced that she would be resurrecting the stage version of her comedy drama earlier this year, has ensured fans are not disappointed
Award-winning writer: Since taking to the stage, Phoebe, who was recently called in to offer her expertise for the upcoming Bond film, has seen her play receive an array of rave reviews
'But if the story was familiar, at least the retelling of it was entertaining. Sitting on a red chair on a bare stage, Waller-Bridge proved to be an accomplished live performer, here called upon to act out the roles of her sister and her father and even her hideous brother in law, Martin.'
The 65-minute performance, which is inspired by the hit television show, follows Phoebe's character, who is simply known as Fleabag, as she tries to get her life in order while running a guinea pig café.
The acclaimed sitcom was born out of Phoebe's one-woman routine, first performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Following the sitcom's finale, Phoebe announced that she would be resurrecting the stage version - which then sold out all 30 dates in less than an hour.
Star: The 65-minute performance follows Phoebe's character, simply known as Fleabag, as she tries to get her life in order while running a guinea pig café (pictured with fans on Thursday)
Fleabag:The acclaimed sitcom was born out of Phoebe's one-woman routine, first performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
The star's appearance comes after she announced that she would take a step back from season two of Killing Eve in order to focus on writing the upcoming Bond film, No Time To Die.
In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the actress admitted she was drawn to the character of Bond due to the similarities he shared with Killing's Eve's Villanelle.
She said: 'They live a fantasy! But it's a life none of us would ever want, if we're honest. We don't want to go put a bullet in someone's head to sleep with people and have martinis. It's a kind of fantasy nightmare.'
Following its creation, Killing Eve, which follows Sandra Oh's character Eve as she tries to catch the cunning Villanelle, played by Jodie Comer, has received critical acclaim across the world.
More recently it also won best drama series, best leading actress for Jodie Comer, and best supporting actress for Fiona Shaw at the 2019 British Academy Television Awards.
Fans: Following the sitcom's finale, Phoebe announced that she would be resurrecting the stage version - which then sold out all 30 dates in less than an hour
Selfie time: The star's appearance comes after it was revealed that she would be taking a step back from season two of Killing Eve in order to focus on the highly-anticipated Bond film
In 2017, Phoebe picked up a BAFTA TV award of her own as she scooped Female Performance in a Comedy for Fleabag.
During her acceptance speech she thanked her team for their undivided support before concluding with a message to her mum Teresa and the life advice she once gave to the rising star.
She told the audience: 'Most of all I just want to say thank you to my mother who said to me ''darling you can be whatever you want to be as long as you are outrageous'''.
On Thursday night the actress was all smiles as she once again greeted her eager fans outside the stage door in London.
Phoebe cut a casual figure in a white jumper with flared sleeves and a pair of dark skinny jeans as she thanked fans for their support.
Styling her locks into a slick updo, the actress signed autographs and took selfies with fans.
Fleabag will run at the Wyndhams Theatre in London until September 14.
Success: The Fleabag theatre production has received a host of five-star reviews, which have hailed Phoebe for winning TV and theatre audiences alike