Whether you are planning a family get together or you can’t be with her and just want to show her how much you love her a trip to the theatre is a lovely way to show you care.
Obviously she is your mum so what she would most like to do is see you. If your mum is like mine then you will have noticed how she is at her happiest with a full house – with the whole family around… what a great idea that would be – get everyone to come down to London, see a show, have a meal, thoise living further away could stay the night! OK maybe you have left it a little late this year but if you can’t organise the whole weekend in time there are some great shows on in town with tickets available and this year there are more shows to see on the Sunday itself.
If you are still thinking a weekend break is still possible to organise then a theatre break could be the way to go… not everyone need to stay the night (call us if that is the case as we will need to organise the extra tickets separately – although you can do it yourself online). On the Sunday itself there are seven shows with performances – is your Mum a fan of Michael Jackson? Or does she prefer the Beatles? Franki Valli?
But for theatre breaks on Saturday – 09 March 2013 – the choice is much larger – is your Mum a fan of ABBA? Or maybe Queen? And don’t forget there are still classic musical productions like The Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables which are both still playing, to packed houses, night after night, but to which we still (as of 18 Feb 2013) have special allocations available for the Mother’s Day weekend.
In addition to the theatre tickets and the hotel accommodation we can arrange the rail travel from anywhere on mainland UK and with savings of up to 40% it is well worth considering.
AND IF THIS SEEMS A LITTLE TO LAST MINUTE: Bookmark this page and diary a family meeting before Christmas to organise a Mother’s Day theatre break for the family NEXT YEAR!