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Other Palace, London3.65 reviews

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The World premiere of a new British Musical

Young photographer Jimmy Tucker faces the biggest and most exciting challenge of his life when a stranger commissions him to find and shoot the seven deadly sins alive and kicking in modern London.

But in a break-neck race through the night, a series of extraordinary encounters involving girlfriends, family history and the intoxicating cult of celebrity begin to reveal that there’s a whole lot more at stake than just money.

Weaving a breathtaking, contemporary score around a dazzlingly witty portrait of the price of fame, Exposure is an electrifying and brilliantly original new musical that is simply unmissable.

Contains strong language and scenes of a sexual nature.

Photo credit: Pamela Raith

Additional Information

Age restriction


Running time

2 hours 20 minutes including an interval

Performance dates

16 July to 27 August 2016

Special notes

Contains scenes of sexual nature. Contains strong language.

Venue Information

Other Palace12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA

Customer Reviews

5 reviews3.6

Sheila Bridgne21st August

I went with an open mind and loved every single minute. A great story and a variety of emotions. Would go again and highly recommended. Also my first visit to St James Theatre which was great venue

Erik Bullock7th August

The talent was amazing but the musical itself was poorly written and the songs have the same lyrics over and over again. The choreography did not match the songs; oftentimes, made the characters look like 90s back up singers. Overall I would not recommend seeing this performance.

Luca Molinari2nd August

Great energic musical. Loved the cast and the songs, especially "Last goodbye"

karen ORegan30th July

Loses it's way a tad. My Last Goodbye performed by Pandora was fabulous, absolutely blinding. Michael Greco was surprisingly good. Ensemble tight. I would recommend a visit.

Vincent Murphy23rd July

Songs and actors are excellent but the plot looses direction towards the end of the show.