Final Casting Announced for Revival of HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING at Wilton's Music Hall

With only one month to go before Broadway smash hit How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying arrives in London, today the musical announces its fantastic full cast. Joining the already stellar line-up are Olivier-nominated Andrew C Wadsworth starring as big boss JB Biggley, Maisey Bawden as the uncompromising Miss Jones whilst Daniel Graham takes on the role of apathetic and arrogant Bud Frump. Richard Emerson will play the part of MR Twimble and Matthew Whitby and Nuwan Hugh Perera are to star in multi-role parts. They will join already announced cast members Marc Pickering (Les Miserables, Calendar Girls, Sleepy Hollow), Hannah Grover, Lizzi Hills and Geri Allen.

The stunning Wilton's Music Hall will provide the perfect backdrop for this rollicking romp of a musical, following the journey of J. Pierrepoint Finch in 1950s New York as he strives to reach the top and change the world. Armed with his copy of the book 'How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying', Finch joins the World Wide Wicket Company as a window cleaner, with his sights set on the dizzying heights of being Chairman of the Board. But nothing is ever easy, even when you know everything there is to know about the science of success...

Directed by Benji Sperring, the man behind recent London hits Toxic Avenger and Shock Treatment, and boasting an addictive score by Guys and Dolls composer Frank Loesser, this anarchic musical extravaganza brings together business and pleasure in the most uproarious of ways.

Holly Kendrick, Executive Director at Wilton's says "I can't wait to see such an iconic and loved Broadway show come to Wilton's - this is the biggest London production since the show opened here in 1963 and we're thrilled to be part of it. It's wonderful to have such a talented cast of actors to bring it to life."

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