New musical Broken Wings to open at Charing Cross Theatre

A musical adaptation of Kahlil Gibran’s Broken Wings by Nadim Naaman and Dana Al Fardan has been announced.

After multiple productions of the musical in concert form around the Middle East this will be the first full staging of the musical. The production, directed by Bronagh Lagan, will be played in-the-round at Charing Cross Theatre.
Nadim Naaman is the book writer and co-composer. His credits include Rumi: The Musical - released by Broadway Records as a Concept Album. 

Dana Al Fardan is a Qatari composer, songwriter and symphonic artist. Her credits also include Rumi: The Musical - released by Broadway Records as a Concept Album. 

Bronagh Lagan directs. Her theatre credits include Cruise (Duchess Theatre), Rags The Musical (Lyric Theatre/Park Theatre), Umm Kulthum (London Palladium), Putting It Together, Little Women (Hope Mill Theatre), A Winter’s Tale (Rose Theatre Kingston), Brexit the Musical (Edinburgh Festival Fringe), Promises, Promises (Southwark Playhouse), tick, tick... BOOM! (Park Theatre), As You Like It (Jackson’s Lane), The Adventures of Pinocchio (Ambassadors Theatre), The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Chipping Norton Theatre), The Pajama Game, A Man of No Importance (Pleasance Theatre), Heart of Winter, The Stationmaster (Tristan Bates Theatre), James and The Giant Peach (UK/international tour), Portia Coughlan (The Old Red Lion), Girlfriends (Union Theatre), A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (Greenwich Theatre), The Mistress Cycle (Landor Theatre), Expectations (Arcola Theatre), Blood Wedding (Courtyard Theatre), Newsrevue (Canal Café Theatre), Henry VI Part 1 (Rose Theatre), Erris (Theatre503), Julius Caesar (The Scoop) and The Madness of Sweeney (Lyric Theatre, Belfast).

Broken Wings plays at the Charing Cross Theatre on 26 January, with previews from 21 January, and runs until 5 March 2022.

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