Fat Friends The Musical might not be the kind of show you see over and over again, but if you’re looking for a fun, feel-good night out then you can’t go too far wrong with what is an enjoyable production.
Fat Friends the Musical has got quick wit and northern humour, a cast who is as passionate about the production as the audience appears to be, and it’s got Kay’s Mellor’s life-affirming stamp on it, too. Uplifting, joyous and surely on target for a West End transfer.
The show’s truly impressive feature is Lindon Barr’s choreography. The ensemble were incredibly tight and despite the ever changing story line, the movement in each scene was perfect. Barr should be proud of himself.
One doubts that this musical will be revisited any time soon – it may well have received too much exposure already.
behaviour. So, in-keeping with listing the seven deadly sins, I’m going to list my seven favourite things about this show.
Corruption, greed, love and the courage to stand up for your convictions are just some of the themes that run through this surprisingly vicious musical that knows how to pack a punch.
The world premiere of Exposure The Musical – Life Through A Lens will run at the St. James Theatre, for a limited season, from 16 July until 27 August 2016. The cast includes TV stars Michael Greco and Natalie Anderson and stage favourite Niamh Perry.