Reluctantly, we have had to cancel Fanna-Fi-Allah – Music of The Mystics at Byron Theatre in May.
We hope to reschedule the event to a later date, once the current health crisis has passed.
Please keep an eye on our website for updates.
In the meantime, all ticket holders will be refunded.
Sufi music ensemble Fanna-Fi-Allah challenge negative perspectives on Pakistan by sharing the deeply spiritual music of Qawwali with audiences all over the world.
Fanna-Fi-Allah are the first group of westerners to venture into the heart of Pakistan to explore the Sufi music culture of ‘Qawwali’. Over the last 15 years they have immersed themselves in the teachings of qawwali greats and sufi masters in Pakistan, learning directly about its traditions and practices.
They were recently sponsored by the U.S consulate in Pakistan to tour the country, promoting a message of tolerance, cultural connection and unity through this traditional music.
The group have just released a music video – filmed in Pakistan last year, containing footage from an exciting upcoming documentary on Sufi culture & music. The colourful footage features beautiful shrines, ecstatic trance, vibrant faces and the group in their element!
Fanna-Fi-Allah are hugely respected for carrying the Sufi tradition of Qawwali music to the west, helping people to understand a different, more peaceful perspective of the people of Pakistan.
Their performances invoke a mood of deep emotion and devotion. They are excited to share this passionate music with new audiences and loyal fans.
“the raw devotion of this music was engaging beyond words….” Khalid Khan
Find out more about Fanna-Fi-Allah at www.fanna-fi-allah.com
5.00pm – Internet sales close
6.00pm – Venue doors open / Box Office sales open / Events Bar open
6.40pm – Theatre doors open
7.00pm – Fanna-Fi-Allah – Music of The Mystics
9.00pm – Event concludes (No interval)