Di and Viv and Rose

Di, Viv and Rose Theatre Breaks in London are no longer available. The next show to book at the Vaudeville theatre is The Importance of Being Earnest starring David Suchet as Lady Bracknell.

Following a sell-out success at the Hampstead Theatre in early 2014 Di and Viv and Rose has now transfered to the West End.

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The acclaimed comedy by Amelia Bullmore follows the ups and downs of three university friends as they negotiate their way through the early years of adulthood and beyond.

Set in the early eighties, the three friends share a flat together. There’s Rose – an aloof History of Art student who’ll sleep with anyone, Di – a sports-loving lesbian studying Business and Viv – a serious, political archetype  Sociology student. As free thinking liberal university students, they feel formidable – but over the course of the next 30 years, right up to the play’s end in 2010, their lives and careers will take them off in wildly different directions and test their solidarity.

Poignant and funny the comedy is an exploration of the impact friendship has on our lives. Playing for a limited run, the show is perfect for theatre lovers and groups of friends visiting London.

More information

Where is it?
Vaudeville Theatre
The Strand

nearest tube to the theatreHow do I get there?
Nearest Tube station to Di and Viv and Rose is… Charing Cross on the Northern and Bakerloo Lines

When can I see it?
The show opened on 29th January 2015 and is booking until 14th March 2015

Performance Times
Monday to Saturday at 19:30; and Thursday & Saturday at 15:00

Who’s in it?
Tamzin Outhwaite, Samantha Spiro and Jenna Russell

Theatre Facilities
the hotel has air-conditioning the hotel has a bar disabled-access-icon