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O’Carroll lines up new Mrs Brown’s Boys tour


Dublin comedian Brendan O’Carroll is set to take his phenomenally successful and BAFTA award-winning series Mrs Brown’s Boys on an arena tour across Britain.


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For The Love Of Mrs Brown marks the fourth part of the series written by and starring O’Carroll.

The new tour follows the success of BBC series Mrs Brown’s Boys.

O’Carroll is currently filming their third series the show, which has been a huge ratings hit with last year’s Christmas Special reaching eight million viewers.

The comedian’s current tour Mrs Brown Rides Again, which culminates in Liverpool this December has sold over 200,000 tickets with all dates sold out.

The plot For the Love of Mrs Brown shows a small slice of life for Agnes Brown as she deals with Granddad’s Viagra addiction, her flamboyant hairdresser son and his partner’s bickering, her daughter willing to go under the knife to get a man’s attention, not to mention the appearance of Superheroes in her own home! – All this while she tries to find herself a date for Valentine’s Day.

The tour will take in:

Birmingham LG Arena – March 26-30

Glasgow SECC – April 2-6

Manchester Arena ­– April 9-13

Newcastle Metro Radio Arena – June 11-15

Cardiff Motorpoint Arena – June 18 -22

London The O2 – June 25-29

Nottingham Capital FM Arena – July 2-6

Liverpool Echo Arena – November 26-30

Sheffield Motorpoint Arena – December 3-7, 2013

Tickets go on sale tomorrow (November 30) at 10am



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