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Sri Lanka’s national carrier and a member of the oneworld alliance, Sri Lankan Airlines paired with Cinnamon Life as the Powered by Partner for Benny Anderson and Bjorn Ulvaes’ West End production of Mamma Mia! 

SriLankan Airlines was an integral part of the event that was held from 22 to 30 December at NelumPokuna Mahinda Rajapaksa Theatre as the national carrier flew down the cast and crew of Mamma Mia! to Sri Lanka directly from London. 

SriLankan Airlines Group Chief Executive Officer VipulaGunatilleka said, “We, at SriLankan Airlines, are delighted to be thePowered by Partner of Mamma Mia!,a play that has garnered  worldwide  popularitywith its timeless ABBA classics and exciting dance numbers. Over the years,we have partnered with Cinnamon Hotels for many mutually-beneficial collaborations which has a global appeal. Whilst looking forward for many more future collaborations, we are honoured to have played an important role in presenting Mamma Mia! to the Sri Lankan and regional audience.”

Over 60 million people in 440 cities around the world have fallen in love with the characters, story and songs from Mamma Mia!. Performed for the very first time in South Asia in collaboration with Little Star Services (Europe), the cast of this musical comprises internationally acclaimed performers who will bring out the best of Broadway and West End productions to Colombo. Little Star Services was formed in 1996 by Judy Craymer, Benny Anderson, BjörnUlvaeus and Richard East to produce the stage musical ‘Mamma Mia!’. Based in London, Little Star is now a successful global producer of theatre, film, television, publishing and music.

SriLankan Airlines, the national carrier for Sri Lanka and a member of the oneworld alliance, is an award-winning airline with a firm reputation as a global leader in service, comfort, safety, reliability, and punctuality. Launched in 1979, the airline’s hub is located at Bandaranaike International Airport in Colombo providing convenient connections to its global network (including codeshare partners) of 111 destinations in 48 countries around the world. Its direct route map covers major cities across the Europe, Middle East, India, South East Asia and the Far East. The Airline operates an all Airbus fleet including a state-of-the-art A330-300 and modern A320/321neo fleet.The Airlines’ latest awards include, the World’s Best Airline to the Indian Ocean, Asia’s Best Airline to the Indian Ocean and Asia’s Leading Marketing Campaign at World Travel Awards 2018.

Cinnamon Life is the first premier real estate development of its kind in Sri Lanka. A “city within a city”, this iconic project will redefine Colombo’s skyline and deliver a vibrant lifestyle experience at every touch point. Set to be the heartbeat of the city whilst making its mark as Colombo’s lifestyle capital, the property will feature the finest Cinnamon hotels, state-of-the-art shopping arcades, theatres, office spaces, multi-purpose entertainment venues, restaurants and apartments – that will all offer the epitome of exclusivity and luxury. A place where you can enjoy everything from phenomenal fine dining and gastronomical journeys, to concerts featuring global music stars to immersive world class retail experiences, Cinnamon Life will be the city’s ultimate lifestyle and entertainment hub.

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