St James Theatre
12 Palace Street
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London’s St James Theatre welcomes Catherine Tate in Miss Atomic Bomb from March 2016.
She stars in a story set in the Atomic era of the early 1950s in Las Vegas, with directors Adam Long and Bill Deamer leading the way.
A musical production, Miss Atomic Bomb will take audiences back to an era engraved in the memories of those worldwide, with 50s fashion and sensibilities portrayed onstage for all to see as nuclear weaponry and beauty pageants lead the day. It will be a world premiere appealing to those looking for something truly unique and original in the capital, with some talented people working behind the scenes.
So we find ourselves in the Nevada of the era, with tourists flocking to see the Atomic Bombs tests. Amongst all of this we focus on four main characters – Lou, Candy, Myrne and Joey –and we see how their worlds are affected by the chaotic and exciting era, with the drawbacks easy to see as well.
Catherine Tate needs little introduction, having become an international star since the days of The Catherine Tate Show, with credits in everything from Doctor Who to the American version of The Office. Add London stage roles like Assassins at the Donmar Warehouse and Much Ado About Nothing at the Wyndham’s Theatre and it’s easy to see why people will be flocking to the St James Theatre in 2016.
The cast also includes Dean John-Wilson, Simon Lipkin, Florence Andrews and Daniel Boys.
Audiences hoping to pick up theatre tickets can see Miss Atomic Bomb at the St James Theatre from Monday 7th March 2016.
|Booking From:||Saturday, 9th April 2016|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 9th April 2016|
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