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Good Mourning Mrs. Brown 2017 Tour

In this hilarious show we see Agnes planning Granddad’s funeral. The only problem is granddad is not dead…!

Tickets for the UK dates available from http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/Good-Mourning-Mrs-Brown-tickets/artist/27227
Tickets for the Ireland dates available from http://www.ticketmaster.ie/Good-Mourning-Mrs-Brown-tickets/artist/27227

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Previous Live Shows

2009

HOW NOW MRS. BROWN COW

Having already stretched the “trilogy” to a hilarious four parts, get ready because here comes Brendan O’Carroll with Part Five. Starring all of Mrs. Brown’s Boys (and Girls!) and of course, Brendan as Mrs. Brown.

In Part Five of the Mrs. Brown Trilogy, Mrs. Brown is preparing for Christmas in the Brown home.

HOW NOW MRS. BROWN COW premiered in Glasgow in September 2009 and went on to become the most popular of all the Mrs. Brown plays, with sold out runs of between two and four weeks in Dublin, Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester, Derry, Edinburgh and Sunderland.

1997

GRANDAD’S SURE LILY’S STILL ALIVE

In 1997 Brendan wrote his second Play. It opened in the Gaiety Theatre in Dublin in June and ran for ten weeks. GRANDAD then toured Ireland, England and Canada. Brendan O’Carroll also directed this play and took the leading role of 80 year old Charlie. It took over one hour every night just to do his make up.

1995

THE COURSE

In 1995 Brendan wrote his first play The Course which played to sell out crowds touring Ireland, UK and Canada. This play broke box office records everywhere it played. In fact despite its rejection from the 1995 Dublin Theatre Festival it became the most successful Irish play in over twenty years performing to more people than all the other plays in the Festival combined.

The Course was also published by O’Brien Press and was on the best sellers list for two months.

1999

MRS. BROWN’S LAST WEDDING

In 1999 Brendan released the first Mrs. Browns Boys play, which he also starred in and directed. Audiences roared with laughter as they followed Agnes Brown and her family of five sons and one daughter as she ploughs through the preparations for the family wedding. But who is marrying who and why do Agnes’ future in-laws think she is as common as muck? Mrs. Browns Last Wedding broke box office records in Ireland and the UK. In the Royal Court in Liverpool it even broke the box office record that was previously held by Paul McCartney.

2003

MRS. BROWN RIDES AGAIN

Following on the heels of The last Wedding and Good Mourning Mrs. Brown, Agnes Brown and her dysfunctional family romp their way through what seems to be Mammy’s last days at home.

On its release in February 2003 this was Brendan’s most popular play yet which has toured Ireland and the UK including a total of nine sold out weeks in Dublin’s Olympia Theatre.

2001

GOOD MOURNING MRS. BROWN

In 2001 Brendan released the second of the Mrs. Brown comedy plays Brendan O’Carroll returns to the role of Agnes Brown. In this hilarious show we see Agnes planning Granddad’s funeral. The only problem is granddad is not dead. Brendan received some of the best reviews of his career for this very funny play.

2007

THE COURSE (REVIVED)

In 2007 Brendan revived his first play The Course and toured in Derry and Newry before taking it to England and Scotland. To a lot of people, The Course is Brendan’s funniest play and he is constantly asked when he is bringing it back. So Brendan decided to revive The Course and take it on a short tour that covers Northern Ireland, Scotland and England.

2008

FOR THE LOVE OF MRS. BROWN

In part four of the trilogy we find the irrepressible Mrs. Brown getting a date. Having discovered the internet Agnes sets herself up a date with a man she only knows as hairy Harry 25.

Released in 2008 FOR THE LOVE OF MRS. BROWN saw advance sales breaking all previous records in Dublin, Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester and Newcastle. 2008 also saw Agnes’ first venture to Edinburgh with “The Last Wedding”. On Agnes’ return to Edinburgh in 2010 with For the Love of Mrs. Brown all box office records were smashed and Agnes played to full houses of over 3,000 people a night.