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How Now Mrs Brown Cow: Mrs Brown's Boys, Brendan O'Carroll
Following the release of D’Movie the Award Winning Mrs Brown’s Boys will be returning to arenas in 2015 with their new show ‘How Now Mrs Brown Cow’.
If you haven’t experienced Mrs Brown’s Boys live, this new tour is set to be one of the hottest tickets for 2015 and is not to be missed!
‘How Now Mrs Brown Cow’ is part of the hilarious series written by and starring Brendan O’Carroll.
This event takes place at The SSE Hydro, which has achieved Bronze Status for disabled access from Attitude Is Everything.
Voted Best British Sitcom of the 21st century by the Radio Times, Brendan O'Carroll's comedy creation Mrs Brown's Boys has come an awful long way since its humble beginnings on Irish radio station RTE 2FM. Eventually becoming a BBC1 prime time series, the success story was incredible.
Numerous awards and accolades followed, including winning Best Comedy at National Television Awards for three consecutive years, BAFTA and TV Choice awards for Best Situation Comedy, and in 2014 it made it onto the big screen with Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie. From being a TV ratings smash across the globe, Mrs Brown’s Boys has also become an unmissable live show, with box office records broken across the UK and Australia.
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One of Ireland's top comedians and comedy writers, best known for his character Mrs Brown. He first breathed life into widower Mrs Agnes Brown back in 1990 when Irish radio station RTE commissioned him to write a series of short stories on the character he had created. The series ran for three years with over 500 episodes and thus immortalising Agnes in Irish folklore.
Following this success, Brendan wrote a series of books based on the indomitable widow and her children which went on to become best sellers across the globe. Such was the interest that Hollywood beckoned and a movie followed in which Hollywood icon Angelica Houston starred in and directed, entitled 'Agnes Brown', which remains a firm Christmas favourite on TV channels around the world.
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