The 23rd March is Mother’s Day and we’d like to suggest some great shows that your Mum might enjoy this Mother’s Day.
With some of our London choices you can even add a meal to your tickets.
Here’s our list of shows your mum might enjoy:-
The Girls – Phoenix Theatre, London
Gary Barlow and Tim Firth’s musical adaptation of the film Calendar Girls has been wowing audiences and critics alike. This wonderful musical is one for all ages and is highly recommended. Read Our Review.
Half A Sixpence – Noel Coward Theatre
The hit musical that starred Tommy Steele has been updated and now stars critically acclaimed newcomer Charlie Stemp. The rags to riches tale of an ordinary guy who just wants a simple life is sure to Flash, Bang, Wallop it’s way to your heart. Read our review.
Beautiful – The Carole King Musical – Aldwych Theatre
One of the most prolific singer/songwriters of our generation, Carole King is best known for her best-selling album Tapestry and songs including The Locomotion. You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman, You’ve Got A Friend, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow and many others. Read our review.
Kinky Boots – Adelphi Theatre
Reminding us that you can change the world if you change someone’s mind. Kinky Boots is adapted by Cindy Lauper and Harvey Fierstein from the film of the same name. This delightful tale of two men who unite to make women’s shoes for men is a wonderful evening in the theatre.
Dreamgirls – Savoy Theatre
After 30 years, this incredible show finally makes it to the West End starring Amber Riley from Glee. One of the slickest shows around, this is Broadway at its best directed by Casy Nicholaw who directed the Book Of Mormon.
Dirty Dancing – On Tour
Adapted from the blockbuster movie, Johnny and Baby are back in this stage adaptation with all the classic songs from the film.
Sister Act – On Tour
Alexandra Burke takes on the role made famous in the hit film by Whoopi Goldberg. Find out what happens when these nuns start spreading the love around!
The Wedding Singer – On Tour
Based on the hit film starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, this fabulous eighties romp is full of fun with lots of heart. Starring Jon Robyns, Ray Quinn and Ruth Madoc, a great time is assured.