Cast Announced For Miss Atomic Bomb At St James Theatre

Miss Atomic Bom, a new musical at the St James Theatre

Casting has been announced today for the new musical Miss Atomic Bomb.

Welcome to Las Vegas in 1952, where every mushroom cloud has a silver lining and fallout is your friend.

As the US military proudly tests its atomic bombs within sight of the Vegas strip, tourists are flocking into town to cheer the blasts and see who will be crowned the Miss Atomic Bomb beauty queen.

But in the midst of this euphoria, farm girl Candy’s (Florence Andrews) sheep have mysteriously died, her fashionista friend Myrna (Catherine Tate) is designing clothes for pigs, young soldier Joey (Dean John-Wilson) has deserted the army, and his hapless hotel manager brother Lou (Simon Lipkin) desperately needs an atomic gimmick. In a city controlled by the military and the mob, time is running out for our four friends.

The cast of Miss Atomic Bomb at the St James Theatre
Catherine Tate, Simon Lipkin, Florence Andrews, Dean John Wilson and Daniel Boys in Miss Atomic Bomb.

Casting for Miss Atomic Bomb will include Award winning star of TV and theatre, Catherine Tate (Assassins, The Catherine Tate Show, The Vote, Doctor Who) and Dean John-Wilson (Aladdin, Here Lies Love), who takes lead role in Disney’s Aladdin this summer, will lead the cast in the new musical comedy Miss Atomic Bomb, alongside musical theatre stars Florence Andrews (A Little Night Music, Annie Get Your Gun), Simon Lipkin (The Lorax, Assassins, Rock of Ages, Avenue Q) and Daniel Boys (Any Dream Will Do, Avenue Q, Spamalot).

Further casting also includes Michelle Andrews, Stephane Anelli, Charles Brunton, Jessica Buckby, Cavin Cornwall, Olivia Fines, Ryan Gover, Alyn Hawke, Sion Lloyd, Suzie McAdam, Kirk Patterson and the youngest member of the musical theatre dynasty Sasi Strallen.

Miss Atomic Bomb has book, music and lyrics by Adam Long, Gabriel Vick and Alex Jackson-Long and is co-directed by Olivier Award Winner Bill Deamer and Adam Long.

Miss Atomic Bomb runs at the St James Theatre from 7 March – 9 April 2016. Book Now!

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