There is no better feeling than giving someone a gift that they love and will actually use! However, finding thoughtful gifts for everyone at Christmas can be exhausting and sometimes uninspiring. A great Christmas present idea that is sure to excite is tickets to a show. Whether they love music or theatre, giving the gift of entertainment is a simple yet sentimental way to show your loved ones that you care. Best bit? They don't need to be gift wrapped!
Here are the four live entertainment gigs that we are secretly wishing for:
The Book Of Mormon
This smash hit comedy musical with 9 Tony awards is perfect for the theatre lover in your life. Based on two Mormon boys sent to Africa on a religious mission, this show is funny, exciting and nothing short of genius! Tickets for The Book of Morman in either Sydney or Melbourne are hot property, so get in quick. Find your tickets here.
Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
Looking for an uplifting gift idea then Beautiful: The Carole King Musical is the ticket for you. Based on the incredible true story of King’s journey from school girl to superstar this musical is inspiring and heartwarming. Set to the hit songs of her career, this show is the perfect feel-good gift for any music lover. With performances in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane until the 28th of January get your tickets here!
For The Love Of Mrs Brown
Voted as the Best British Sitcom of the 21st century by the Radio Times in the UK, Mrs. Brown’s Boys will make a triumphant return to Australia in 2018. Their brand new show For The Love of Mrs Brown is the ultimate gift for the Brit-comedy enthusiast. For more info and tickets, head here.
If musicals aren't quite right, then why not treat your loved one to a night at the ballet? With a 2018 repertoire including the must-see productions Giselle and Cinderella, as well as new contemporary works, the Australian Ballet has performances to suit all ages and interests. From the little ballerina in your life to the long-standing fan of the art, tickets and season packages to the ballet are available here.
This article originally appeared on BHG.