"I wanted 'Broken Music' to be a literary book, a story. I also wanted it to read like a dream because to me it is like a dream, it has a sense of narrative that is dreamlike. So there is no index, no photographs. I wanted to paint the picture in words. It's an imaginative exercise for me as a writer and for the reader."
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On 21 November...

2012: Sting performed at Atlas Arena in Lodz, Poland.

2008: Sting performed in 'Welcome to the Voice' at the Théatre du Chatelet in Paris.

2003: Sting appeared with Dominic Miller on the BBC's annual 'Children in Need' telethon appeal where he performed 'Shape Of My Heart'.

2000: Sting performed at the Capitol Theatre in Sydney, Australia.

1999: Sting performed at the Beacon Theatre in New York.

1998: Sting was in India to appear and perform at the Channel [V] Music Awards in New Delhi.

1996: Sting appeared on both Virgin Radio and Capital Radio in London, giving interviews and performing a couple of 'unplugged' type songs.

1989: Sting appeared as Macheath in the '3 Penny Opera' at the Lunt Fontanne Theatre in New York.

1988: Sting performed at Hordern Pavilion in Sydney, Australia.

1985: Sting performed at the Drammenshallen in Oslo, Norway.

1979: The Police performed at the Ben H. Lewis Hall in Riverside, USA.



This November and December Henry Padovani will visit Brazil for several solo acoustic performances featuring a mix of solo, blues and French songs. The concerts take place from 28 November to 13 December, details as follows...
Sixteen-time Grammy award-winning musician Sting will headline the Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival® 2015 on February 26 in what promises to be one of the most eagerly anticipated gigs for UAE audiences next year. Sting will perform many of his greatest hits including 'Desert Rose', 'Englishman in New York' from his solo career as well as some of The Police's most popular classics 'Message In A Bottle' which helped the band to secure a place in The Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 2003. Tickets for Emirates Airline Dubai Jazz Festival® 2015 are exclusively available on www.ticketmaster.ae or by calling 800-TM-UAE. For full program and other information visit www.dubaijazzfest.com...

On April 9, 2015, Sting and Paul Simon will bring their critically-acclaimed On Stage Together Tour to the Odyssey Arena in Belfast, Ireland. Sting.com fan club members will have an opportunity to purchase tickets in advance of the general public beginning Tuesday, November 18 at 9AM (local time). Tickets will be available to the public as of Friday, November 21 at 9AM (local) and are priced from £49 incl. booking fee and may be purchased from the Odyssey box-office, Ticketmaster outlets and online at www.ticketmaster.ie ...
Celebrating 25 years of rainforest protection, the 5th annual 12 Days of Christmas auction launched this week with 25 exclusive celebrity experiences and fashion pieces and 25 limited edition and one-of-a-kind works of art up for bidding. Auction lots include a day at Sting and Trudie's lake house in the UK, hand drawn and signed Christmas cards from Sting, Ian McKellen, Stephen Fry and more, as well as limited edition art and fashion pieces. Every bid helps the Rainforest Foundation UK, so get bidding at www.ebay.co.uk/12days!
''...if you are the kind of theatre-goer who believes that the musical theatre is capable of anything in the right hands; if you like difficult themes and complex characters; if you enjoy songs which illuminate the personalities, relationships and feelings of the characters singing them; if you don't mind dark, grim themes that reflect reality; if you appreciate an analysis of hard questions, inventive staging, a score that has a muscular, cohesive wholeness; if you like your musicals performed by people who are actually capable of acting their roles and singing their songs; if that is you, then The Last Ship is a great trick: a real Broadway treat in totally unexpected form. This really is an excellent new musical. Great cast, great score, great characters and a story full of the rawness of life and the hairline between happiness and tragedy. It's not Billy Elliot at the seaside and nor is it Once with ships. It's a unique vision, which turns on love, identity and acceptance. A great night in the theatre..." reports BritishTheatre.com
Sting & Paul Simon, two of music's most renowned and enduring artists, will bring their critically-acclaimed On Stage Together tour to New Zealand and Australia this January - February. As a result of a scheduling change, the Sydney performance previously scheduled for Monday, February 16 will now take place on Friday, February 13. The venue remains unchanged, with the show still to be staged at the Qantas Credit Union Arena. All tickets held for the Monday, February 16 show will be valid for the new date without the need for exchange. Patrons who are unable to attend on the rescheduled date - February 13 - may secure a full refund by posting their ticket(s) to the following address...
THE LAST SHIP - the new musical with music and lyrics by 16-time Grammy Award-winner Sting and book by Tony Award-winner John Logan and Pulitzer Prize-winner Brian Yorkey opened on Broadway on October 26 with overwhelming praise for its emotionally powerful score. On December 16, Universal Music Classics will release the Original Broadway Cast Album for THE LAST SHIP, produced by the Emmy-Award winning and multi-Grammy-nominated producer Rob Mathes. The play is directed by Tony Award-winner Joe Mantello and choreographed by Olivier Award-winner Steven Hoggett, with musical direction, orchestrations and arrangements also by Rob Mathes...
Tune in to NBC's Today Show on Friday morning (7 Nov) to see a LIVE performance from The Last Ship stars Michael Esper, Rachel Tucker and Aaron Lazar, as well as a backstage tour with Sting and Al Roker!
It's Thursday noon, four days after Sting's semi-autobiographical Broadway musical The Last Ship has opened at last. The famous English rock star, now 63, with the body of a 21-year-old, is loping around his Central Park West aerie mostly grinning. On Sunday morning, Sting tells me, he felt a strange dread he couldn't shake. For months he'd been spooked by nightmares of Ben Brantley coming in and killing his labor of love. Then it was announced that theater critic Charles Isherwood would be dispatched instead. "I always knew we'd come to that day, and everything would turn to shit," he says...

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