Book Your Tickets To The Heartstring-Pulling Broken Wings In London

Abhijeet Modi
Dec 07, 2021 By Abhijeet Modi
Originally Published on Dec 01, 2021
Book Your Tickets To The Heartstring-Pulling Broken Wings In London

Get ready to go on a musical voyage that is truly unmissable. This musical explores the burning issues of gender equality, a right to love who you want to love, immigration problems, and the true meaning of home.

The topics of discussion, themes, and debates are still relevant today, even a century after the release of Kahlil Gibran's best-selling poetry book.

The musical is everything from romantic and poignant to epic and keeps you hooked the whole way through. Kahlil Gibran's poetic brilliance is at the forefront of this show. Directed by Bronagh Lagan, get swept up in the magic of this musical in London in the year 2022.

Broken Wings is presented by Aria Entertainment by Katy Lipson, with Stewart F Lane and Bonnie Comley. The musical is presented in association with the People Entertainment Group and Edward Prophet.

With a beautiful original score by Dana Al Fardan and Nadim Naaman, the musical production will be on at the Charing Cross Theatre. Broken Wings will take you on a journey, starting in New York City in 1923.

So hop on the train and enjoy this musical adaptation of the 1912 masterpiece by the legendary poet Kahlil Gibran. Book Broken Wings London tickets now!

About Broken Wings

What is Broken Wings about?

Broken Wings The Musical begins when an aging Kahlil Gibran tells a fictional story from the cold studio of Gibran in New York City, 1923. Combining poetry with music, Gibran transports viewers back 20 years into the past and across continents to Beirut.

After living for five years in America, a young Kahlil Gibran of 18 years old goes back to the Middle East. Gibran went back to the Middle East to finish his studies and discover the true story about his heritage.

Unintentionally, he fell in love at first sight with Selma Karamy, despite not wanting to.

Selma Karamy is the daughter of Farris Karamy, a respected businessman and a family friend. Selma, however, soon gets married to Bishop Bulos Galib's nephew, Mansour Bey Galib.

He just wants the family fortune of the Karamy's for himself. Selma and Gibran have to fight for their love against all rules, expectations, and traditions that society lays out for them.

Enjoy Gibran's music and poetry that will pull you into the story of the life of the well-known poet. The production of this musical adaptation of Gibran's poetry book tells a story where happiness is thrown off course, and there are obstacles all along the way.

It is a story about whether love will succeed or the dream of staying together will be torn apart. It deals with issues of equality with respect to gender, immigration, freedom in love, and the simple concept of home.

Broken Wings is directed by Bronagh Lagan. The music and lyrics are by Nadim Naaman and Dana Al Fardan based on the Broken Wings book by Kahlil Gibran. Dana Al Fardan may be a familiar name. She is popular for her work on 'Rumi: The Musical' and is Qatar Airways' official composer.

Don't wait too long. Book your Broken Wings tickets now for an extraordinary trip through the memory of outstanding poet Kahlil Gibran.

What age is Broken Wings suitable for?

Broken Wings is suitable for older children.

Check your Broken Wings tickets for more information, or contact the Box Office.

How long is Broken Wings?

The runtime of the show is yet to be confirmed.

Who is in the Broken Wings cast?

The producer of 'Cruise', 'Hair', 'The Last Five Years', 'The Addams Family', and 'Rags' brings Broken Wings musical to audiences in London. From the book by Kahlil Gibran (published 1912), the lyrics and music are provided by Nadim Naaman and Dana Al Fardan.

The orchestra is led by Joe Davison, and the play is directed by Bronagh Lagan. The musical is produced by Ali Matar.

The cast has not been announced yet.

Directions, Venue Info, And Attendee FAQs

Where is Charing Cross Theatre in London?

The address of the theatre is Charing Cross Theatre, The Arches, Villiers Street, London, WC2N 6NG, United Kingdom.

How do I get to Charing Cross Theatre?

To travel via car, you can take Northumberland Avenue to the theatre. You can also take the A4 to reach the theatre in the quickest possible time.

The Embankment Tube station is the nearest Tube station and is just a minute or two away from the theatre.

The nearest train station is the Charing Cross station, which is a minute or two away from the theatre.

Check your Broken Wings tickets to ensure that you get to the show on time.

Where can I park at the Charing Cross Theatre?

The nearest car park is the NCP, Covent Garden. You can park near the theatre and get some discounts if you provide a discount code.

Where are the toilets at Charing Cross Theatre?

There are toilets on all the levels of the theatre. There is level access to Balcony One and access to the disabled toilets from there.

Is Charing Cross Theatre accessible?

The theatre is accessible and has level access from the foyer of the theatre. Level access is available for the entrance in the balcony, toilets, box office, and the restaurant. Removable seats are available for four wheelchairs in Balcony One.

Where can I eat nearby?

Some of the popular restaurants in the area are Ship & Shovell, MOC Kitchen, Champagne Charlies, L'Ulivo, and The Princess of Wales.

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Abhijeet ModiMaster of Computer Science

An experienced and innovative entrepreneur and creative writer, Abhijeet holds a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Computer Application from Birla Institute of Technology, Jaipur. He co-founded an e-commerce website while developing his skills in content writing, making him an expert in creating blog posts, website content, product descriptions, landing pages, and editing articles. Passionate about pushing his limits, Abhijeet brings both technical expertise and creative flair to his work.

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