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Michael Greco and Natalie Anderson, who star in Exposure The Musical

Michael Greco and Natalie Anderson, who star in Exposure The Musical

Michael Greco to star in Exposure musical

First Published 31 May 2016, Last Updated 31 May 2016

Former EastEnders star Michael Greco and Emmerdale’s Natalie Anderson will star in Exposure The Musical – Life Through A Lens when it premieres at the St James Theatre this summer.

I’d Do Anything contestant and former Love Never Dies star Niamh Perry, and Porgy And Bess’ David Albury also appear in a cast that includes Andy Barke, Rhiannon Duncan, Zeph Gould, Kurt Kansley, Stevie Mahoney, Cassie Roger, Lauren Stroud, Jahrel Thomas, Manny Tsakanika and Ell-Rose Whitehouse.

Greco, best known as Albert Square’s Beppe Di Marco, takes the role of Miles Mason in the new musical about a young photographer – played by Albury – commissioned to find and picture the seven deadly sins, alive and kicking in modern London.

The new musical, written by musician Mike Dyer, script consultant Quentin Russell and dramaturg/director Phil Willmott, has been created in a unique partnership with Getty Images. The collaboration has enabled the show to delve into one of the world’s most remarkable collections of photography to utilise incredible and iconic imagery in the production.

Exposure The Musical – Life Through A Lens runs at the St James Theatre from 16 July, following the stage adaptation of hit novel and film Sideways, which opens at the Victoria venue tonight.


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