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Mondrian Doha hosts ‘Broken Wings’ premier in celebration of the West End’s debut in Qatar

Mondrian Doha hosts ‘Broken Wings’ premier in celebration of the West End’s debut in Qatar

Tribune News Network
Doha
Mondrian Doha, in partnership with the ‘Broken Wings’ musical, has recently hosted a special ‘Musical Breakfast’ in the hotel’s award-winning CUT by Wolfgang Puck. The event marked the celebration of Broken Wings’ much-anticipated debut in Qatar.
The Musical Breakfast was attended by Qatari musician, composer, songwriter and artiste Dana al Fardan and co-writer and London West End actor Nadim Naaman. The event, which was open to the public, invited Mondrian guests and visitors dining at CUT by Wolfgang Puck to preview the thrilling musical performance by the acclaimed London West End cast, as well as meet and greet them and learn more about the moving story behind the Broken Wings.
Adapted from Khalil Gibran’s poetic masterpiece, the Broken Wings musical was composed by Middle Eastern duo Dana al Fardan and Nadim Naaman. Bringing the West End musical to Qatar for the first time, the Broken Wings musical to create a bridge between the East and West by blending the Middle Eastern story with a western art form. It also sets to bring cultures together and unite people through music and art.
Mikel Ibrahim, executive assistant manager at Mondrian Doha, stated, “Mondrian Doha is delighted to be the ‘Exclusive Hotel Partner’ for the Broken Wings musical. We are honoured to provide a platform to provide our guests and visitors in Qatar a glimpse into the beauty of Arab heritage and culture through music. Our collaboration with Broken Wings is a testament to our commitment to supporting Qatari artists as well as the arts and culture scene in Qatar.”
Dana al Fardan commented, “We are very excited to bring Broken Wings, the first London West End musical to Doha. We hope that everyone enjoyed the performance by the London West End cast at CUT by Wolfgang Puck and that it will inspire the audience and fans in Qatar to learn more about the beautiful story of Broken Wings. We are happy to be collaborating with Mondrian Doha as the ‘Exclusive Hotel Partner’ for our Broken Wings debut in Qatar.”
Naaman said, “We are very excited to be here in Doha to debut Broken Wings for the first time. Bringing the musical to Doha is particularly special for us as it represents the fusion between cultures from the East and West. We hope Qatar’s multi-cultural audience will relate to Khalil Gibran’s message of inclusivity, tolerance and acceptance and we also hope they will enjoy what the West End London cast has to offer.”
Mondrian Doha will continue to provide its guests and visitors with an unmatched five-star experience by investing its time and efforts in hosting innovative world-class initiatives in culture, art, fashion and entertainment to bring people together. The Mondrian brand is rapidly growing globally and is set to welcome the opening of new hotels in Mexico, France, Dubai and Hong Kong amongst a few international destinations, said a press statement from the hotel.
An adaptation of Kahlil Gibran’s 1912 autobiographical poetic novel of the same title, ‘Broken Wings’ was first performed in London in August 2018 at Theatre Royal Haymarket to sold-out shows. The West End musical will mark its Doha run at Katara Opera House from November 7 to 9, 2019.
Located in the heart of the West Bay, the 270-room Mondrian Doha features eight restaurants and bars, including CUT by Wolfgang Puck and Japanese Morimoto Doha by Masaharu. The hotel also boasts one of the largest ESPA spa and a variety of stylish and unique options for meetings and special events, including a 2,000 square-metre ballroom that can accommodate up to 1,500 guests.

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