Spoil your Mum with tickets this Mother’s Day
Make sure that ‘Mum’s the word’ this Mother’s Day with a thoughtful gift from the heart. Plan the perfect day they’ll love and celebrate Mother’s Day in style with a visit to London. Whether they’re looking to see the next West End hit or just wanting to forget their worries and get up on their feet, you’re bound to find the perfect gift for your mum with us.
Shows and attractions perfect for a Mother’s Day treat
Dance, jive and have the time of your life with your mum at Mamma Mia, soon to celebrate its 20th anniversary in the West End! Follow Sophie Sheridan and her mother, Donna as she tries to find out who her father is days before her wedding to Sky. Packed with the greatest hits of Swedish music juggernauts ABBA, the show is filled with musical moments that are sure to touch the hearts of mothers and their children everywhere. If you’re looking for a show that will have you up on your feet and dancing, then you’ll want to head to the Novello Theatre to see Mamma Mia.
9 to 5
When a trio of women come together to get rid of their boss at work, it’s clear that nothing can stop them. Faced with daily pressures from their “sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot”, 9 to 5 follows the headstrong women as they aim to make their workplace brighter. With management rivalries and plenty of drama ensuing on stage, who will become in charge of the company? Featuring an original soundtrack written by Dolly Parton herself, you’ll want to see 9 to 5 as the perfect way to relax away from the world of work you might be used to.
Come From Away
Nominated for nine Olivier Awards, Come From Away demonstrates the humanity and compassion of Gander residents in the immediate aftermath of 9/11, as they took in 7,000 stranded air passengers. In this sung-through musical, you’ll hear real-life stories from those who were in Gander tweaked for the stage, with narratives coming together in a fast-paced account of those who suddenly found themselves miles away from home. Watching the show, see how relationships unfold in a show that will break your heart and showcase the kindness of strangers. You’ll be holding your mum’s hand that little bit tighter once you’ve seen Come From Away; a truly compelling musical.
Looking to see even more Olivier Award-nominated productions? Read our complete guide of shows receiving nominations that are currently in the West End.
A story of maternal love and developing relationships whipped up into freshly-baked pies, Waitress rises to the occasion as the show premieres in the West End at the Adelphi Theatre. When Jenna, a small-town waitress and recreational pie maker learns she’s pregnant and trapped in an unloving marriage, she longs to break free. Hearing of a pie competition with a large cash prize, she enters in the hope of winning the money and starting a new life for her and her unborn child. At the same time, you’ll meet her fellow waitresses and close friends who each have their own romantic mishaps. With an original score by Grammy nominee Sara Bareilles and a creative team led by women, you’ll want to offer tickets to Waitress as a sweet treat this Mother’s Day.
B Bakery Afternoon Tea Bus Tour
Take in the London sights whilst indulging in a decadent afternoon tea at B Bakery Afternoon Tea Bus Tour. During the 90-minute bus tour, you’ll drive past some of London’s greatest landmarks including Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square and even more. When you book your tickets, you’ll be able to decide whether you sit on the top or bottom deck of a traditional 1960s London Routemaster bus. Guaranteed to leave you the centre of attention this Mother’s Day, make sure you’ve booked your Afternoon Tea Bus Tour as soon as possible so you don’t miss out.
B Bakery Afternoon Tea Bus Tour tickets are available now.
With a range of deals across shows, events and attractions in London, plan the perfect Mother’s Day with us. If you’re still struggling for inspiration, why not take a look at our deals on West End shows to either book a show or add to a day of live entertainment across the capital.