Popular UK actor James Gaddas, best known as Governor Grayling in Bad Girls and Vinny in Coronation Street in the UK, as well as starring roles in the musicals Billy Elliot and Mamma Mia in London’s West End, is returning to Dubai Communit
The British Council is bringing one of Britain’s most innovative art and music collectives to the UAE for the first time when the Noise of Art performs at the Abu Dhabi Art Plaza on November 9.
Noise of Art is a pioneering c
The ongoing Bahrain Summer Festival is set to host The Sound of Music, a direct theatrical reproduction of the famous musical film that won five Academy Awards.
The Sound of Music, featuring lavish costumes and intricate set design, brings
Popular Productions, a leading producer of hit shows in Dubai, has announced the return of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s musical The Sound of Music.
The musical will run at the First Group Theatre, Madinat Jumeirah in Dubai from November
Popular Productions, a leading theatrical producers in the region, will present the Middle East premiere of “Disney Camp Rock the Musical” in Dubai next month.
The show, an official event of Dubai Summer Surprises 2011, will be held at the
Barney, the fun loving purple dinosaur, is coming back to Dubai with an all-new musical titled Barney’s Space Adventures.
To be held from June 2 to 4 at Airport Expo Dubai, the musical is presented by the Dubai Events and Promotions Establ
UK-based Popular Productions, a producer of quality theatre and entertainment, will feature the musical classic The Sound of Music at the First Group Theatre in Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai next month.
Produced by John Payton and Lucy Blakeman
Abu Dhabi Music & Arts Foundation (ADMAF) will present a concert which unites leading Arab artists behind the cause of Palestine’s children.
The concert “Salam Ya Quds” will take place on October 28 at Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, is
Australian-produced musical The Merchants of Bollywood is set to perform live at The Palladium in Dubai Media City starting on January 2010 for three nights.
In a first for the Middle East, the show, which The Times of London described as