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
Running time2 hours 20 minutes including an interval
Performance dates16 July to 27 August 2016
Contains scenes of sexual nature. Contains strong language.
Venue InformationOther Palace12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA
Reviews / Features
Review: Exposure the Musical
Overall: A clearly talented cast and crew but Exposure needs to feel less polished and a bit more fun.
Exposure the Musical, at St James Theatre, is a look at the world of celebrity and morals. Our protagonist is Jimmy (David Albury), a young photographer haunted by his late father Ben’s (Kurt Kansley) talent and death in an unspecified foreign country as he reunited with his now famous popstar friend Pandora (Niamh Perry) and enters a Faustian pact with her manager Miles Mason (Michael Greco) to expose the modern seven deadly sins. It also looks at the art of photography and the exploitation is naturally causes, not just paparazzi but war photography.
22 Jul, 2016 | By Shanine Salmon