AWARD � WINNING comedy Mrs Brown’s Boys is returning to the stage in North Wales.
The show’s arena tour includes three nights at the Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl.
Written by and starring Brendan O’Carroll, the new tour – How Now Mrs Brown Cow – follows the phenomenal success of the BAFTA-winning serial comedy on BBC1.
Last year’s two-part Christmas Special was one of the most watched programmes over the festive period.
The tour will be heading across the UK where they will be taking over some of country’s biggest venues for five day residencies. But ahead of the tour a series of three warm up shows have been added at Rhyl Pavilion on March 19-21, with tickets going on sale at 10am on Friday.
In between recording their TV show and a 10 week tour stint across Australia, Mrs Brown’s Boys had chance to film their full length motion picture, Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie, which was the third highest grossing British and Irish film of 2014.
A Rhyl Pavilion spokeswoman said: “If you haven’t experienced Mrs Brown’s Boys live, this tour is set to be one of the hottest tickets for 2015 and is not to be missed.”
Tickets are priced £39.50 and £32.50 from gigsandtours.com and ticketmaster.co.uk.
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