It will be a high-energy evening with Stewart Copeland, founder and iconic drummer of The Police on the stage of the London Coliseum. But there’s a surprise that will make this concert unforgettable - in the place of Sting and guitarist Andy Summers, Copeland will be accompanied by the musicians of the English National Opera. From Roxanne to Don’t Stand Too Close To Me to Message in a Bottle, the hits of the celebrated new wave band return in new and powerful orchestral arrangements in one of London’s most incredible theatres. On the playlist, the forty-year career of a legendary rock star who, over time, has managed to reinvent himself time and again, expanding into the world of cinema and orchestral music, opera and even ballet. While with The Police, Copeland sold over sixty-million records worldwide, winning six Grammy Awards and being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, as a composer and musician, he wrote successful soundtracks to films like Rumblefish by Francis Ford Coppola and Wall Street by Oliver Stone, he played along with jazz giant Stanley Clarke in the band Animal Logic and joined up with Trey Anastasio (Phish) and Les Claypool (Primus) in the super-group Oysterhead, as well as creating the recent rock opera The Witches Seed along with Chrissie Hinde, historic leader of The Pretenders.