It will begin performances at the Vaudeville Theatre Jan. 22, 2015, prior to an official opening Jan. 29.
They play the title characters, three women who join forces at university, and the play follows them through the subsequent years, as it explores friendship's impact on life and life's impact on friendship.
It is directed by Anna Mackmin, who has previously directed all of Bullmore's writing for the stage to date including Mammals and a new version of Ibsen's Ghosts at the Gate Theatre.
Outhwaite, who will play Di (through March 28 only), is currently appearing on the London stage in Breeders (St. James, through Oct. 4). Other stage credits include Sweet Charity (Menier Chocolate Factory, then Theatre Royal Haymarket), Boeing Boeing (Comedy) and Breathing Corpses and Flesh Wound (both Royal Court). TV credits include "New Tricks," "Red Cap," "Doctor Who," "Foyle's War," "Silent Witness," "Law and Order UK" and "EastEnders" (BBC).
Spiro, who plays Viv, is a two-time Olivier Award winner, for Merrily We Roll Along (Donmar Warehouse) and Hello, Dolly! (Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park). Last year she played Lady Macbeth in Macbeth at Shakespeare's Globe, where the year before she was seen as Katherine in The Taming of the Shrew. Other stage credits include the title role in Filmena at the Almeida and Chicken Soup with Barley at the Royal Court. Russell, who will play Rose, is about to reprise her role as Penelope Pennywise in the West End transfer of Urinetown the Musical. Other recent theatre also includes Mr. Burns (Almeida), Merrily We Roll Along (Menier Chocolate Factory and Harold Pinter Theatre, for which she was Olivier-nominated) and Into the Woods at the Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park.
Di and Viv and Rose is produced in the West End by Nick Frankfort & Tobias Round for CMP Ltd and Greg Ripley-Duggan for Hampstead Theatre. It is Hampstead's third West End transfer this year after Good People and Sunny Afternoon. It is designed by Paul Wills, with lighting by Oliver Fenwick, sound by Simon Baker and choreography by Scarlett Mackmin.
To book tickets or for further details, visit www.diandvivandrose.com.