"A somewhat confusing spectacle"
-The Upcoming-

-The Evening Standard-

"Photography-themed Faustus loses focus"
-The Guardian-

Sorry, Exposure - The Musical closed on 27 Aug 2016

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About the show

Exposure – The Musical is the gripping tale of celebrity excess and fame, that will capture your heart, and maybe even your soul too. Written by Mike Dyer, this original British musical is currently having its world premiere run at the St James Theatre in London’s West End.

Exposure – The Musical tells the tale of a young photographer called Jimmy Tucket, who is mysteriously commissioned by a stranger to find and photograph the seven deadly sins alive and kicking in contemporary London.

As one of the most unnerving yet electrifying challenges of his life begin to unfold, his non-stop journey through the night throws him into a range of surprising meetings involving lovers and family, while the noxious cult of celebrity start to show that there’s far more at stake than merely money.

This brand new British musical is written by Mike Dyer, who has had a huge range of experience in the music industry from touring with his own band and well renowned acts such as Thin Lizzy, Iron Maiden and Bon Jovi, before going on to have such roles as the Narrator in the critically acclaimed Blood Brothers and Pilate in Jesus Christ Superstar.

This brand new musical with an electrifying modern score and a witty and entertaining tale of the price of fame, was inspired after Dyer had a near death experience in a motorcycle accident, after which he was told he’d never walk again.

The lead role of Jimmy is played by David Oldbury (Only The Brave, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe), while he is joined by Natalie Anderson (Wicked) as Tara and Niamh Perry as Pandora.

Exposure – The Musical is one of the most exciting underground British musicals to hit the stage in a long time, so don’t miss out on a chance to experience the thrill of this strictly limited run. Previews began on 16th July 2016 and bookings are currently being taking until 27th August 2016.

Who Should See It?

Fans of electrifying contemporary underground musicals such as Rent and Murder Ballad should not miss the chance to see this similarly gritty and thrilling new musical. With its World Premiere taking place in July 2016 at the St James Theatre, it is certainly a must see for any die hard British musical fan.

Playing at

The Other Palace
12 Palace Street
Seating Plan

The Other Palace seating plan

Booking period

16th Jul 2016

27th Jun 2022

27th Aug 2016

Running time

2 hours 20 minutes (including interval)


Not recommended for children due to strong language & sexual scenes