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Miss Atomic Bomb tickets at the St James Theatre, London
Catherine Tate returns to the West End! On sale 1st February 2016
“An enjoyable macabre nuclear knees-up”
“it’s a slick show, with plenty of pizzazz and fun performances”
“Bill Deamer and Adam Long’s choreography and direction ensure the whole thing flows seamlessly”
“Catherine Tate proves she has the strong vocal ability to match her impeccable comic timing”
“The title tune creates sparks”
A new Musical Comedy not to miss, with the hilarious and star award winning Catherine Tate.
Set in Las Vegas in 1952, based on true events, Miss Atomic Bomb is the story of a Utah farm girl who turns her life around by travelling to Vegas and entering the Miss Atomic Bomb beauty contest. It was a time of optimism, and every mushroom cloud that rose over the Nevada desert was reassurance that atomic power was the key to “a big bright beautiful tomorrow.”
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.
Co-directed by the Olivier Award-winning choreographer Bill Deamer (Top Hat) and Adam Long (The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged).
Miss Atomic Bomb stars award winning star of TV and theatre, Catherine Tate, who is reunited with West End star Simon Lipkin following their critical and audience success in Sondheim’s Assassins at the Menier Chocolate Factory.
They are joined by Dean John Wilson who will take the lead role in Disney’s Aladdin this Summer, Daniel Boys
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Emily Myles6th April
The theatre is lovely and a very intimate venue, the staff were friendly and the show was just amazing! Hilarious from start to finish.
Alan Wall3rd April
Gentle fun production, no belly laughs but smiled almost throughout.
carolann edermaniger2nd April
Superb show!! Very funny, & very entertaining!! Catherine Tate, and her fellow actors, dancers etc. were brilliant!! Brilliantly performed!! Thank you!! Both my partner, and my daughter, thought the same!! My daughter, has got to write a 'Critique' of the show, for her university course of 'Music, and Musical Theatre', and is really looking forward to doing that!! We Would love to see it again!! It was so nice for a change to be able to sit so close to the performers!! Thank you ALL!!xx??
Sylvia Borrows29th March
We thoroughly enjoyed the show, felt really involved in the front row seats.
Caleb Scaife28th March
We bought the tickets on a whim, as they were only £15 for front row seats. Thought it would break up the Easter Bank Holiday, by popping to the theatre. We'd never been to St. James' Theatre before. Great venue, spacious modern bar in the reception area. Quite a small auditorium, compared to some theatres, but the seats were very comfortable, and tiered very well so those behind us still had a great view. The show itself, was far better than I expected it to be. Genuinely funny in places, and the cast all gave great performances. Definitely worth seeing,
Alice Mitchell28th March
Ignore the critics! Flawless cast, content and creativity! Absolutely brilliant!
Chris Stacey27th March
Really enjoyable show, with good upbeat tunes. Highly recommended.
Andrew Kelly25th March
Fantastic. Brilliant catchy songs, funny script and very talented cast.
lisa bailey24th March
Fantastic show with a brilliant sense of humour
Gary Cherry22nd March
Really enjoyed this show despite the "critics" giving it a bit of a hammering.
Jan MacKay21st March
An energetic ride! Wacky fun and strong vocal performances! Catherine Tate, as always, never stops, but Florence Andrews' voice sparkled as much as her tiara!
Marilyn Jimmieson20th March
The play lacked cohesion, the plot was sketchy at best with a superfluous subplot, and the song lyrics guileless. That said, the cast were talented, although Catherine Tate's American accent wandered to the Antipodes at times, but their sheer ebullience glossed over the flaws in the show. Sugar Daddy was a high point and made the whole show worth the effort for me. The venue was great, with helpful and friendly staff.