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Extra 3Arena date for charity gig just announced with all proceeds to Childline, SVP and Peter McVerry Trust


Due to phenomenal demand an extra date for Good Mourning Mrs Brown has just been added at 3Arena to take place as a matinee performance on Sunday 17th December (Doors 1.00pm, Show 2.00pm).

All proceeds from this performance will go to the following charities: Childline; St. Vincent de Paul and Peter McVerry Trust.

Tickets for the new date priced from €30.50 including booking fee will go on sale this Thursday 13th April at 9.00am from Ticketmaster.

Brendan O’Carroll’s brand new TV chat show All Round to Mrs Brown’s has already become a Saturday night staple attracting huge ratings.

The six-part All Round to Mrs Brown’s is a simulcast with RTÉ One and BBC One every Saturday.

The second episode was watched by an average of 5.5 million people on BBC One – just over one million more viewers than part one of ‘The Voice UK’ final.  The six-part series has also been a hit for RTÉ – the debut episode was watched by an average of 472,000 viewers on RTÉ One.

Mrs. Brown’s Boys success and achievements has been nothing short of incredible.

Voted the Best British Sitcom of the 21st Century by The Radio Times other awards and accolades include four National Television Awards, TV Choice Awards, three Scottish BAFTAs, three IFTA awards, a TV Times Award, Royal Television Society Winner and a TV BAFTA for Best Situation Comedy.

Mrs. Brown’s Boys live has also broken box office records across Ireland, the UK and Australia.

Mrs. Brown’s Boys first full length motion picture Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie was the third highest grossing British movie of 2014 and remains the highest grossing Irish movie ever.  The Christmas Specials over the past few years have been the most watched programmes over the festive period.

The acclaimed ‘Good Mourning Mrs. Brown’ is part of the hilarious series written by and starring Brendan O’Carroll.   This is the first time the production has embarked on a full Irish and UK arena tour. In this hilarious show we see Agnes Brown planning Grandad’s funeral. The only problem is Grandad isn’t dead. What could go wrong!