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Mrs Brown's Boys Christmas And New Year Special

For fans of Mrs Brown’s Boys there are two visits to Finglas this season. At Christmas, Agnes (Brendan O’Carroll) has become a non-singing member of the choir, and Dermot (Paddy Houlihan) and Buster (Danny O’Carroll) have organised a benefit night for a rather unusual cause; while New Year brings about fresh starts in the Brown house, and an unexpected visitor has a unique investment opportunity.

Mammy’s Mechanical Merriment


Mrs Brown's Boys Brendan O’Carroll Talks About The Live Halloween Special

Brendan O’Carroll talked about the history of Mrs Brown's Boys and the upcoming live Halloween special on The One Show.

Host Ronan Keating asked what the attraction was: "She's hard as nuts but can be a B.I.T.C.H. sometimes but she loves her kids...she cuddles me inside."


Mrs Brown’s Boys returns for a live Halloween special on BBC One

Brendan O’Carroll’s hit comedy Mrs Brown’s Boys will be back for another one-off live special this Halloween on BBC One to mark 10 years since the comedy began on tv.  There’s spooky going’s on in the Brown household where anything can, and probably will happen. 



Mrs Brown's Boys Tour Dates

Mrs Brown D’Live Show…Encore Tour will now take place in June and July 2022 with all tickets remaining valid for the rescheduled dates.


News: Mrs Brown's Boys Wins Christmas Ratings Battle

The Mrs Brown's Boys Christmas Special was the most viewed television programme on Christmas Day.

6.8 million viewers – 32.6% of the TV-watching public – watched the special edition of the hit sitcom starring Brendan O'Carroll and various members of his real-life family.

The episode also featured a regenerated Rory as actor Rory Cowan, who played Agnes' perma-corpsing son, has now left the series. He has been replaced by Damien McKiernan.


News: Mrs Browns Boys Star Working On Game Show

Brendan O'Carroll, alias Mrs Brown, is working on a new game show for the BBC.

Tell Me Something I Don’t Know (working title) is a non-broadcast studio pilot hosted by O’Carroll. It will involve lots of hilarious games, interesting facts and the occasional fib… and he wants you to take part!


News: All Round To Mrs Brown's Again For BBC1

All Round to Mrs Brown’s has been recommissioned by BBC One. There will be another six part series next year.

Mrs Brown's Boys creator Brendan O'Carroll said "The whole family are thrilled with the reception the show has received on Saturday nights. Although our focus right now is on the Christmas Specials of our regular Mrs Brown's Boys show, we are excited that 2018 will see party time at the Brown's house again."


News: Bafta TV Nominations for Stewart Lee, Wrong Mans & Mrs Brown

The Wrong Mans, Detectorists, Harry & Paul’s Story of the Twos and Moone Boy are the nominations for Best Scripted Comedy in the Bafta TV Awards, announced today.

The Best Female performance in a comedy programme is between Olivia Colman for Rev, Tamsin Greig for Episodes, Jessica Hynes for W1A and Catherine Tate for Catherine Tate’s Nan.

Opinion: Is Mrs Brown Really Pants?

Do you find Mrs Brown's Boys funny? If you do I'm afraid I cannot help you. All I can say is that you are not alone. The hit sitcom is currently packing them in at the O2 Arena as part of its sell-out national tour, yet is hated with a fervour on a par with African tyrants. Its crime? Being old-fashioned.

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