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A world premiere of new British musical Exposure, Life Through a Lens opens at London’s St James Theatre for a limited run. Directed by the multi-award winning Phil Wilmot (Finborough Theatre), Exposure is the breath-taking tale of a budding photographer, who puts his neck on the line to taste the first tinges of fame.

Set in modern London, Exposure follows young photographer Jimmy Tucker as he faces his biggest challenge yet. When a stranger commissions him to take pictures of the seven deadly sins throughout the city, Jimmy is in for a break-neck race against time. On his turbulent journey he experiences a series of extraordinary encounters that involve love and family, and Jimmy soon begins to realise that the intoxicating world of celebrity involves a whole lot more than just money.

David Albury (You Won’t Succeed on Broadway if You Don’t Have Any Jews) stars as Jimmy Tucker, alongside Natalie Anderson (Emmerdale) as Tara, Michael Greco (EastEnders) as Miles Mason, Kurt Kansley (Hair, Miss Saigon) as Jimmy’s Father and Niamh Perry (Mamma Mia!) as Pandora. Further cast members include Andy Barke, Rhiannon Duncan, Zeph Gould, Stevie Mahoney, Cassie Rogers, Lauren Stroud, Jahrel Thomas, Manny Tsakanika and Ella-Rose Whitehouse as Ensemble and the seven deadly sins.

A new musical with a book, music and lyrics by singer and actor Mike Dyer (Blood Brothers, Jesus Christ Superstar), Exposure is directed by Phil Wilmot, with set and video design by Timothy Bird, costume design by Carla Goodman, lighting design by Ben Cracknell, sound design by Ben Harrison and musical direction by Mark Collins. An entirely electrifying musical, Exposure features a dazzling contemporary score combined with an unmissable story that is sure to prove a hit in London. Opening at the St James Theatre July 16th, Exposure is set to run until August 27th 2016.

Child Friendly?

Exposure contains strong language and scenes of a sexual nature, which make it unsuitable for children.

Seating Tips

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