Aria Entertainment today announces new dates for the musical adaptation of Kahil Gibran’s Broken Wings by Nadim Naaman and Dana Al Fardan; and for the newly re-imagined version of Zorro The Musical by Stephen Clark and Helen Edmundson, featuring music by the Gipsy Kings and John Cameron, with lyrics by Clark.
Broken Wings which will now open on Tuesday 15 February, with previews from 11th February, and run until 26th March – the previously announced cast remains the same. Performed in-the-round, Broken Wings takes us on an unmissable musical voyage, exploring issues of gender equality, immigration, the freedom to love who we love, and what ‘home’ really means to us. Over a century later, and the themes and debates raised in Gibran’s story, remain increasingly relevant today.
Zorro The Musical will open on Tuesday 12 April, with previews from 2 April, and run until 28 May. The famous red-hot tale of the masked hero, El Zorro, fighting for justice and freedom is told in an immersive, thrilling and headily sensual new production. Audiences will be seduced into the story and witness the thrills and spills of our hero as he battles for all he holds dear. Spanish Gypsy pride and fire runs deep throughout this explosive show with murderous encounters, immeasurable flamenco choreography and Cante jondo singing at its forefront.
Find out more and get your tickets here!