St James Theatre
12 Palace Street
Head northeast on Wilton Road (towards Victoria Street), Continue onto Allington Street, turn left to stay on Allington Street, turn right onto Warwick Row, continue onto Palace Place, turn right onto Palace Street and the theatre will be on y
Age Restriction: Contains strong language and scenes of a sexual nature.
A new musical for the St James Theatre in London takes us on the journey of a young photographer on the assignment of his life. Under the direction of Phil Willmott, Mike Dyer’s musical is a memorable look at the world as seen through a camera.
The young photographer goes by the name of Jimmy Tucker and he has been commissioned to find examples of the seven deadly sins in locations around the capital. During the course of one night he sets off on his challenge and he finds more than he bargained for as his own life winds up in front of him and he is forced to confront issues he never considered.
Whilst Mike Dyer provides the book, music and lyrics for Exposure The Musical, Phil Willmott directs and he does so on the back of an extensive list of credits across the capital and beyond. As the former Artistic Director of the Finborough Theatre he has helmed numerous shows at the Brompton venue, from Crime And Punishment to Watch Out For Mr Stork. His efforts have also led to West End jobs such as Fame at the Aldwych Theatre.
Meanwhile, Dyer is better known for his work in the bands such as Rhode Island Red and Tokyo, in addition to appearing in well known musicals.
For Exposure The Musical they tap into modern culture in London and there is no doubt that it will resonate with audiences and provide a memorable experience. The show runs at the St James Theatre in central London with performances beginning on Saturday 16th July 2016.
|Booking From:||Saturday, 27th August 2016|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 27th August 2016|
|Running Time:||2 hours 20 minutes|
|Age Restriction:||Contains strong language and scenes of a sexual nature.|
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