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Peacock Theatre, London4.8146 reviews
Kate Prince brings the music of Sting to life with her stunning new work Message In A Bottle

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A Sadler’s Wells & Universal Music UK production: MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE Featuring choreography by Kate Prince and based on the songs of Sting.

Message In A Bottle, featuring the music of Sting, comes to the West End this Autumn.

Now on sale, Message In A Bottle is the spectacular new dance-theatre show from Kate Prince (Some Like It Hip Hop, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie) to the iconic hits of 17-time Grammy Award-winning artist Sting, including Roxanne, Every Breath You Take, Walking on the Moon, Fields of Gold, Englishman In New York and Shape of My Heart.

Message In A Bottle combines a mix of dance styles, razor-sharp footwork and breathtaking athleticism all set to the music of Sting. One of the world’s best-selling music artists, Sting’s songs have sold over 100 million records, and now you can experience them with movement to match. Brought to you by an exceptional cast of dancers and a multi-award-winning creative team, this is a vital and uplifting story of humanity and hope.

Three siblings, three stories. A village alive with joyous celebrations, suddenly under siege. Everything is about to change forever.

Message In A Bottle plays at The Peacock theatre 29 September – 17 October 2021.

Co-produced with Birmingham Hippodrome and The Lowry. Research and development supported by The Movement.

★★★★ 'All the big songs are here, danced with an infectious energy and knock-out style across the board' - Evening Standard ★★★★ 'Blistering cast... tight rhythms, laced with pops and power poses' - Guardian ★★★★ 'Pretty much irresistible'- Telegraph

Additional Information

Age restriction

Children under 5 will not be admitted.

Running time

1hr 50min (inc. interval)

Performance dates

29 September - 17 October 2021


There are some scenes of an adult nature, including sexual violence and drug use


Audio Described performance - 3 October 2021 at 4 pm

Venue Information

Peacock TheatrePortugal Street, Kingsway, London, WC2A 2HT

Special Offer

Message In A Bottle Ticket Offer Details

SAVE UP TO £27.50 ON SELECTED TICKETS Valid 6 October – 16 October 2021 Book by 16 October 2021

Customer Reviews

146 reviews4.8

Lara Nascimento14th March

amazing performance and great view from where we were sitting - not expensive price for the quality of the view and the performance!

claire hall14th March


Penny Birchley12th March

Amazing !!

Mrs. Perse-white12th March

Absolutely fantastic performance marred only by a bloke having a very loud altercation a few rows behind us . He should have been removed immediately. Also late comers being shown to their seats once the performance had started , some of whom had just stayed in the bar too long in the interval.

AKK12th March

Amazingly choreographed to music. Too political for me, but beautifully done.

Alison Mary Warwick11th March

We enjoyed the show immensely, the music was brilliant and the dancing incredible.

susan10th March

Fabulous show. Amazing dancers to fantastic music with a powerful and moving story. It's the second time I have seen the show and came again with my husband because I enjoyed so much the first time. He thoroughly enjoyed it as well.

emilia nella10th March

Loved it !

Onno de Koster9th March

Really enjoyable, great dancing and choreography. Very good music and interesting storylines.

Christine9th March

Amazing dance troupe. What fitness! Wish theatre tickets were cheaper as we'd go more.

Melinda Traves9th March

Amazing production! The choreography and concept were brilliant, emotional and inspiring. The lighting deserves an award, and even the sound was good. Fantastic energy and technical and artistic quality of the dancers!

Graham McHugh9th March

The songs of sting told in a story is pure genius, I was taken in and transported back in time with it.