Tuesday 23 July 2019

BBC announces two new Mrs Brown's Boys Christmas specials

Mrs Brown: The classic 'Irish Mammy'?
Mrs Brown: The classic 'Irish Mammy'?
Aoife Kelly

Aoife Kelly

Fans of Mrs Brown's Boys are in for a treat this Christmas as the BBC has announced there will be two new Christmas specials.

Brendan O'Carroll's comedic creation drew 15 million viewers last Christmas and the BBC is expecting similar numbers this year.  The show drew a whopping 703,000 on RTE.

The BBC are also offering die hard fans the opportunity to watch the show being filmed.

The public can register on the BBC website for a chance to venture up to the BBC Scotland headquarters in Glasgow and meet their favourite actors.

Website registration is now open and will remain open until this Sunday 23 August 2015 at 10pm. Click HERE to register.

Filming will take place between September 24 and October 1 with doors opening at 2pm and 6.30pm.

Fans are allowed to enter multiple times, but a maximum of two tickets are allowed per household.  Also multiple applications for the same date will not be considered.

Winners will only receive tickets for one recording and it is non transferable.

Also this Christmas Mrs Brown’s Boys will be returning to 3Arena, Dublin from December 15th-19th with another stage show - How Now Mrs Brown Cow.  Mrs Browns Boys sold-out five nights at the same venue in December 2014.

Tickets from €29.50 including booking fee are on sale now from over 100 Ticktmaster outlets nationwide and www.ticketmaster.ie

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