This show is a Sadler’s Wells and Universal Music UK production
This is possibly the most anticipated dance theatre show in 2020!
A collaboration between Sting, who has an array of No.1 hits including Every Breath You Take & Roxanne amongst others and triple Olivier Award nominee, choreographer Kate Prince and we all know that great music inspires fantastic choreography, so I really cannot wait to see this!
It’s always exciting when talented and creative people who are at the top of their own game, decide to collaborate, so it’s no wonder that this show is one of the hottest tickets in town!
The show also stars some famous dancers from the Zoonation: The Kate Prince Dance Company –
In featured roles are Lukas McFarlane as Leto – winner of Sky 1’s Got to Dance (2013); Tommy Franzen as Mati – BBC One’s So You Think You Can Dance (2010) and the Tom Hooper-directed CATS, in cinemas winter 2019; and Natasha Gooden – Blak Whyte Gray (Boy Blue) and Strictly Come Dancing – as Tana. So You Think You Can Dance finalist and judge on CBBC’s Alesha’s Street Dance Stars, Lizzie Gough, also appears.
Take a look at the trailer….
Kate Prince said: “I’m genuinely excited that this collection of talented beings has agreed to collaborate with me. The creative team for Message In A Bottle comes from a very diverse range of creative backgrounds.
“I am so inspired by this incredible international company of dancers. Their skill and ability are insane. The company has some of the best breakers and contemporary movers I’ve encountered during my 20 years of working in professional dance. Their dedication and discipline, agility, strength, stamina and their ability to tell stories through dance are both mind-blowing and exhilarating. I feel very fortunate that I get to tell this very important story with them and to create movement with their fantastically talented and expressive bodies.”
You can find out more about Sting and his music and career, here…
Have a peek at the behind the scenes footage of their photoshoot….
Performance Dates and Times & Tickets
6 February – 21 March 2020 – The Peacock, London
26 – 28 March – Theatre de la Ville Luxembourg
1 – 4 April – The Lowry, Salford
7 – 11 April – Birmingham Hippodrome
15 April – 3 May – MAAG, Zurich
Peacock Theatre ticket details
Venue: The Peacock, Portugal Street, Holborn, WC2A 2HT, London
Dates: 6th February 2020 – 21st March 2020
Performances:Tuesday – Sunday; times vary R
Tickets: £14 – £89
Barclays Dance Pass
Aged 16 – 30? See world-class dance for £10 with Barclays Dance Pass at Sadler’s Wells. Find out more
Ticket Office: 020 7863 8000 or www.sadlerswells.com
Running time: 1 hour and 50mins (Including 1 interval)
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