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Mother’s Day events in London

Posted: March 10, 2020 at 11:11 am

Treat the women in your life all day every day but don’t forget to treat them extra special on Mother’s Day which takes place on Sunday 22 March. Your leading ladies deserve only the best, so roll out the red carpet and take a look at the best mum-friendly events happening around London. You can thank us later. 

Thomas Cubitt

Nothing says ‘I love you’ more than a leisurely Sunday roast dinner. You can dine in the cosy pub downstairs or enjoy your Sunday lunch in the more formal surroundings of the dining room upstairs.

Their meat is locally and sustainably sourced in Britain and is butchered on-site which means they can offer interesting cuts (subject to change weekly).

Guests who book after 7 pm on Mother’s Day will also receive a glass of Taittinger as a gift for Mum.

A little bird tells us they have a Magnum of Taittinger up for grabs too. Guests just need to pre-book for Sunday 22nd and quote ‘Taittinger’ when making their booking for a chance to win!

When: Sunday 22 March

Where: Belgravia

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Mamma Mia!

Mamma Mia! tells the story of newly-engaged Sophie who wishes to find out the identity of her father.

Unbeknown to her mother, she writes to three possible suitors who all show up for the special day. It’s a funny, charming and uplifting story that will have you on your feet throughout. Sing along to all the ABBA classics as the mother-daughter story unfolds on an idyllic Greek island.

The show has been seen live on stage by 65 million people across the world and is now in its 21st year. Feel the Mamma Mia! love this Mother’s Day! 

Picture credit: LtoR Kirsty Hoiles as Tanya Mazz Murray as Donna & Ricky Butt as Rosie in MAMMA MIA! Credit Brinkhoff & Mögenburg

When: Daily

Where: Novello Theatre

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Special Mother’s Day Tea Masterclass by Whittard of Chelsea

Whittard of Chelsea has been going strong since 1886 when Walter Whittard set up his first shop on London’s Fleet Street.

There’s more to the story than what’s in your teacup, and in this masterclass, you’ll go back in time and learn about the history of the humble leaf, before tasting a fair few. The masterclass takes place in the charming tea shop in the heart of Covent Garden. This one will make any tea lover weak with excitement!

When: Sunday 22 March

Where: Covent Garden

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Kokedama Chelsea Physic Garden

If you’re looking for something a little different this year, why not spend the afternoon making some marvellous Japanese moss balls with seasonal flowers?

Let your creativity flow as you create a more unusual gift for Mother’s Day. You’ll have a lovely moss ball to take away and hang at home. 

The Physic Garden Cafe are still taking bookings for Mother’s Day lunch and there’s a complimentary glass of Buck’s Fizz for Mum with all brunch bookings between 10-11:30 am. A win-win situation!

When: Sunday 22 March 

Where: Chelsea Physic Garden

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RCM Sparks at Keyboard Festival 2020

This one will literally be music to your ears and it’s one for all the family. There will be live performances, top of the range Steinway grand pianos, electronic keyboards, an organ, a harpsichord, arts and crafts and storytelling.

There’s something for all the family here, and families with children aged 4+ are welcome. The Royal College of Music is a short walk from The Harrington Collection

When: Sunday 22 March 11am-1.30pm

Where: Royal College of Music

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Biscuiteers School of Icing – Mother’s Day Flowers

Head on over to Northcote Road in Clapham where you can create and design your own Mother’s Day biscuit selection and take your own bespoke tin home with you.

This is a small and intimate icing lesson with no more than 7 people so make sure to book your place asap. This is one school and lesson we want to attend!

When: Sunday 22 March

Where: Northcote Road

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As always make sure to share the motherly love and keep us up to date on Instagram @theharringtoncollection

Written by Jenny Conlon