MUMS, show this article to your kids.
KIDS, get planning a treat for Mum, she deserves it!
March 31st is Mothers Day in the UK, so knowing that a lot of you will be buying flowers, having lunch, afternoon tea, and so many other ways of celebrating, that I thought you might like to consider a better kind of treat for your Mum. A show!
As the day is always a Sunday, most theatres will be closed outside of London, sadly. However for those of you near or with access to London, how about considering these shows which are playing on Sunday 31st?
For Mums who like a bit of eye candy and sixties music Rip It Up (the 60s), at the Garrick, has two shows at 2.00pm and 7.30pm, details here
For Mums who like a lot more eye candy! Magic Mike Live, at the Hippodrome, has two shows at 7.30pm and 10.00pm, details here
For Mums who like a bit of spectacle The Lion King, at the Lyceum, has a show at 2.30pm, details here
For Mums who like stories about kids Matilda, at the Cambridge, has a show at 3.00pm, details here
For Mums who love Michael Jackson Thriller Live, at the Lyric, has two shows, at 3.30pm and 7.30pm, details here
For Mums who love a good laugh The Play That Goes Wrong has two shows at 3.00pm and 7.00pm, details here
Also For Mums who love a good laugh The Comedy About A Bank Robbery has two shows at 3.00pm and 7.00pm, details here
THERE’S A LIMITED NUMBER OF BAND A TICKETS FOR SUNDAY SHOWS AT £25 EACH (HALF PRICE) WHEN YOU ENTER CODE “SUNDAYS” AT THE THEATRE WEBSITE HERE
For Mums who love a bit of Shakespeare Richard III, at Alexandra Palace Theatre, has a show at 7.30pm, details here
For Mums who love a power musical Six The Musical, at the Arts Theatre, has two shows at 4.00pm and 7.00pm, details here
For Mums who love a bit of a murder mystery Witness for the Prosecution at London County Hall, has a show at 3.00pm , details here
For Mums who love Harry Potter Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, at the Palace Theatre, has a show at 1.00pm (Part One) and 6.30pm (Part Two), details here
OR, If you fancy celebrating on the Saturday, then why not share the magic of a top London musical with your Mum, from classic favourites including Les Mis, Mamma Mia! and The Phantom of the Opera, to great new productions such as Waitress and 9 to 5 The Musical. All of these five shows have a matinee and evening performance on Saturday 30th March.