SOLD OUT: Mother’s Day Brunch with Tom Jackson at the King Eddy

Treat the mothers in your life to an unforgettable afternoon brunch with entertainment legend Tom Jackson. His remarkable career spans across television, film, and music, from his roles in Star Trek: The Next GenerationNorth of 60, and Outlander to his inimitable talent as a folk-pop singer/songwriter.

Mother’s Day Brunch with Tom Jackson will feature a performance from the legend himself along with a delicious afternoon brunch. Each ticket includes admission, your choice of a prix-fixe brunch option, dessert, and one drink.

*Brunch is included with your ticket. During checkout, please select one entree and one dessert per person.

About Tom Jackson:

There are entertainment legends, and then there is Tom Jackson, a triple-threat actor, musician, and activist whose achievements in each discipline are downright head-spinning. His career is unparalleled, not to mention wildly acclaimed, abundantly decorated, and almost ridiculously interesting. Heck, he could be a pub night trivia category all by himself.

You’ll never hear Tom begin or end any sentence “when I’m retired”. He thrives as a people whisperer, a thoughtful collaborator in all facets of his work, and a force for positivity. His stride matches his 6’5” frame.

2018 marked the release of The Essential Tom Jackson, a dazzling two-disc, 21-track retrospective spotlighting his inimitable talent as a folk-pop singer/songwriter of the highest order and an artist intrinsically linked to the world around him, both the real and the ethereal.

It’s impossible to regard Tom’s music separately from the other aspects of his remarkable career which include (but are not limited to) countless marquee TV roles on hit shows like North of 60, Shining Time Station, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Law & Order, and Red Earth Uncovered. Most recent guest roles in Season 4 and 6 of Outlander, Cardinal and Supergirl keep the phone ringing.

There are also movies, lots of movies, including the dark comedy thriller Cold Pursuit opposite Liam Neeson. The Irish actor joins a long and very boldface list of onetime Tom Jackson colleagues — also including but not limited to — Eric Bana, Olivia Wilde, Kris Kristofferson, and Sissy Spacek (in 2012’s Deadfall), Bruce Greenwood (2005’s Mee-Shee: The Water Giant), and Bryan Brown (1999’s Grizzly Falls). Notably, many small- and big-screen parts have leveraged Tom’s Indigenous heritage for their dynamic characters; still others have employed his mellifluous tones for voiceovers.

Tom is understandably proud of all that. Yet it is his extensive charitable work — in particular, helming the long-running Huron Carole Christmas concert tours for Canadian food banks plus multiple other initiatives — that is arguably his crowning achievement. The act of giving comes naturally and spreads easily with his indefatigable energy to be on the look-out for those in need. 2020 was no exception as he produced and hosted the 12-episode online variety series Almighty Voices where artists and thought leaders delivered performances and messages to create joy, health, and dollars for Unison Benevolent Fund, a charitable agency providing emergency relief services to the Canadian music community. The Huron Carole toured virtually on Zoom and YouTube in 2020 and 2021 for various agencies as they searched for creative ways to connect and remedy a dramatic loss of donors. With over $230 million in combined cash/in-kind value for food banks and disaster relief raised to date, it’s no wonder Tom, currently an Ambassador for the Red Cross, was named an Officer of the Order of Canada in 2000, and in November 2020 promoted to Companion – the highest designation within the order.

Multiple additional honours, including the 2007 Juno and Gemini Humanitarian Awards, Playback’s Radio & Television Hall of Fame, and the Governor General’s Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement have been bestowed on him over the years contributing to his status as one of Canada’s most influential, distinguished, and revered sons.

“I am of the opinion that art is the single most powerful vehicle for change in the history of the human race.”

Brunch Options

Entree (choose one)
Served with King Eddy breakfast potatoes
1. Sundried Tomato & Spinach Spanish Tortilla: romesco, potatoes, feta, with endive salad.
2. Slow Roasted Brisket Eggs Benedict: polenta “English” muffin, horseradish cream, pickled red onions, cowboy candy, hollandaise.
3. Veggie Croque Madame: grilled zucchini and portabella mushrooms, truffle taleggio cheese, brioche, sunny-side egg, arugula salad

Dessert (choose one)
1. London Fog Pot Au Creme: white chocolate shortbread cookies, berries
2. Lemon Tart: meringue, berries
3. Fruit Plate

*Vegetarian options/substitutions are available. Please note: vegan items are cooked on the same surface as meat proteins, dairy, and egg. We do our best to prevent cross-contamination.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is the seating like?
We are selling a limited number of seats for this show to ensure a comfortable experience for all attendees. However, seating is first-come, first-served, so we encourage ticket holders to come early to settle in and enjoy the brunch experience. Doors open at 11 am and the show starts at 12 pm.

How long is the show?
Tom Jackson will give a 75 minute performance.

What if I don’t like the food choices?
The special set brunch menu has been curated exclusively for this event to showcase the King Eddy’s delicious offerings! If you have dietary concerns with the three available brunch options, please email with your dietary restrictions so we can accommodate you with a customized option.

What is parking like?
There is free street parking available around the East Village neighborhood on Sundays. There is also a paid Indigo parking lot across from the restaurant.

I’m having ticket issues.
If you are having trouble booking a ticket, please contact Showpass.


Sound production equipment for the King Eddy is provided by PK Sound and Yamaha.

Event Details:

Date: May 08, 2022

Time: 12:00 pm


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