A BBC drama based on the emotional journey of two mums in the wake of the Warrington bombing is set to hit the small screen later this year.

Mother’s Day will show the events, aftermath and public response to the IRA bomb in Bridge Street which took the lives of Johnathan Ball, three, and Tim Parry, 12.

Anna Maxwell Martin (Motherland) and Daniel Mays (Against The Law) will play Wendy and Colin Parry who went on to establish the Peace Foundation.

The 90-minute drama has been written by Warrington’s own Nick Leather (Murdered For Being Different) and will focus on two women living either side of the Irish Sea, brought together in the wake of the tragedy.

Vicky McClure (Line of Duty) plays Susan McHugh, the Dublin mother-of-two so outraged by the loss of young life that she organised one of the largest peace rallies in Irish history, leading thousands through the streets in protest at the continued violence of the Troubles.

To celebrate, the Warrington Guardian has joined forces with The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation to offer two exclusive tickets to the northern premiere on August 20 at the Peace Centre off Cromwell Avenue.

Doors open at 5.30pm, followed by the film at 6pm.

Members of the star-studded cast are also expected to attend, filming schedules permitting.

To be in with the chance of winning the tickets, answer the following question:

Who plays Wendy Parry in the BBC drama Mother’s Day?

Email the answer along with your full name, address and contact number to competition@nqnw.co.uk or write to Competition, Newsdesk, Warrington Guardian, Unit 4, 240 Cygnet Court, Centre Park, Warrington, WA1 1PP.

The deadline closes on midnight on August 16. Terms and conditions apply.