New dates for Broken Wings and Zorro The Musical

Last Updated on 10 January 2022 by Showcall Editorial Team

Aria Entertainment has announced new dates for new musical Broken Wings and Zorro The Musical at Charing Cross Theatre in London

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Artwork for Broken Wings and Zorro The Musical at Charing Cross Theatre

New dates have been announced for new musical Broken Wings and a reworked version of Zorro The Musical at London’s Charing Cross Theatre.

Broken Wings, which was due to start previews on 21 January, will now run from 11 February until 26 March, with press night on 15 February. The cast remains as previously announced.

Zorro The Musical, in a newly re-imagined version, has been moved from an opening date in March to run from 2 April to 28 May with press night on 12 April 2022.

The new dates were announced today by Aria Entertainment, founded by producer Katy Lipson.

Kahlil Gibran’s Broken Wings has been adapted into a musical by Nadim Naaman and Dana Al Fardan. Directed by Bronagh Lagan, it has a cast comprising Yasmeen Audi, Haroun Al Jeddal, Lucca Chadwick-Patel, Soophia Foroughi, Alex Kais, Johan Munir, Nadim Naaman, Ayesha Patel, Stephen Rahman-Hughes and Noah Sinigaglia.

Zorro The Musical by Stephen Clark and Helen Edmundson features music by the Gipsy Kings and John Cameron, with lyrics by Clark. It originally opened at Charing Cross Theatre in March 2020 but closed after just two previews due to the pandemic.

The creative team includes director Christian Durham, choreographer Cressida Carré, set and costume designer Rosa Maggiora, musical director and orchestrator Nick Barstow, sound designer Andrew Johnson, lighting designer Matthew Haskins and fight director Renny Krupinski. Casting, led by casting director Jane Deitch, is yet to be confirmed.

Tickets for Broken Wings and Zorro The Musical are on sale now.

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