Age Restriction: Suitable for ages 12+
Audiences can now witness Di And Viv And Rose at the Vaudeville Theatre following its successful run at the Hampstead Theatre. Amelia Bullmore’s popular play, which is brilliantly directed by the acclaimed Anna Mackmin, wowed audiences at the North London venue in recent years and now it is the turn of West End crowds to get a look in.
And in doing so the producers have recruited a talented cast. Tamzin Outhwaite returns to the role of Di in the production, following up her work at Hampstead, and she is joined by Samantha Spiro as Viv and Jenna Russell as Rose.
The title characters are three women who meet at the age of eighteen. It is a time of great change and a new chapter in their lives as they start university. Of course, this is a period in time on which everyone looks back fondly and this is true for the characters as they enjoy their new lives together, embarking on a life changing friendship that is shaped and changed as time goes on.
The production originated at the Hampstead Downstairs venue in 2011 before transferring to the main stage of the Hampstead Theatre in 2013. The venue has had great success in sending shows to Theatreland in recent memory, with the hit production of Sunny Afternoon entertaining audiences at the Harold Pinter Theatre, and it is clearly a location to keep a close eye on alongside the Menier Chocolate Factory and the Chichester Festival Theatre, among others.
Tamzin Outhwaite needs little introduction, not only for her successful portrayal of Di at Hampstead, but also for numerous television roles. She is best known for portraying Melanie Owen in EastEnders, though her career has also seen her portray characters in the likes of New Tricks, Doctor Who and Silent Witness over the years. Her additional theatre credits include Breeders at the St James Theatre, Sweet Charity at the Menier Chocolate Factory and Boeing Boeing at the Comedy Theatre (now the Harold Pinter Theatre), to name but a few.
Di And Viv And Rose follows shows like Forbidden Broadway at the Vaudeville Theatre from Thursday 29th January 2015 (previews from Thursday 22nd January 2015).
|Booking From:||Friday, 13th March 2015|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 14th March 2015|
|Running Time:||2 hours 20 minutes|
|Age Restriction:||Suitable for ages 12+|
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