Triple Olivier Award nominee Kate Prince has created a new dance theatre show based on the songs of Sting, with a cast including three NSCD alumni: Samuel Baxter (CAT & BPA 2016), Daniella May (CAT & BPA 2013) and Daniel Phung (PPS – Company Chameleon 2015).
The latest production from the ground-breaking creator of Some Like It Hip Hop, Into the Hoods, Everybody's Talking About Jamie (choreography) and SYLVIA, Message In A Bottle combines a multi-award-winning creative team and an exceptional cast of dancers from ZooNation: The Kate Prince Company.
It features new musical arrangements by Alex Lacamoire (Hamilton, The Greatest Showman) and principal characters are played by Got To Dance winner Lukas McFarlane, Natasha Gooden (Blak Whyte Gray, Strictly Come Dancing) and Tommy Franzen (CATS).
In the production, a village alive with celebrations comes suddenly under siege. Three siblings are separated from their parents in the chaos, and step out on their own adventures. Set to Sting hits including Roxanne, Every Breath You Take, Walking on the Moon and Fields of Gold, the show is a vital, uplifting story of humanity and hope.
Message in a Bottle is at the Peacock Theatre in London from Thursday 6 February - Saturday 21 March.
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