Following the continued success and popularity of Mrs Brown's Boys on BBC1, Mrs Brown’s Boys is hitting the road once again with the latest live show, Good Mourning Mrs Brown.
Starring the sensational Brendan O’Carroll as the loveable, cackling Irish matriarch, this side-splitting show guarantees to have you laughing in the aisles as Agnes Brown continues to meddle in the lives of her colourful family with her usual foul-mouthed tirades and below the belt humour.
If you love the TV show, you will be firmly acquainted with the plot, but like all great sitcoms it’s worth seeing over and over again.
Cathy is training to be a marriage counsellor and Agnes is arranging Grandad’s funeral so she can reap the inheritance early. The only problem is grandad isn’t dead. What could possibly go wrong?
Full of tom foolery, smutty jokes and visual gags performed by its original cast members we have all grown to love Good Mourning Mrs. Brown will have you rolling in the aisles from start to finish.
Whilst the plot is familiar, the appeal of the live show is the off-script moments and fluffed lines which keep it fresh and hilariously funny.
Since Mrs. Brown’s Boys’ transition from radio to television, it has quickly established itself as one of the best loved sitcoms in modern culture,
Its success has been rewarded with countless awards, including three National Television Awards, TV Choice Awards, two Scottish BAFTAs, three IFTA awards, a TV Times Award, Royal Television Society Winner and a TV BAFTA for Best Situation Comedy.
The public’s affection for the show also saw it voted the Best Sitcom of the 21st Century by the Radio Times.
The show has even spawned a hit movie, Mrs. Brown’s Boys, which went on to become the third highest grossing British film and highest grossing Irish film of 2014, whilst the effing and jeffing housewife has even eclipsed the Queen’s Message on Christmas Day.
* Strictly no under 16’s – This show contains adult humour.