Mrs Brown's Boys announces a musical tour | 48 gigs for 2019 © BBC Studios/Alan Peebles

Mrs Brown's Boys announces a musical tour

48 gigs for 2019

Mrs Brown’s Boys has announced a new arena tour – as a musical.

Creator Brendan O’Carroll has announced 48 gigs across 12 cities for Mrs. Brown’s Boys D’Musical?, kicking off in Glasgow on March 29.

He said: ‘Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Musical? will have you crying with laughter, tapping your toes and you will leave the show singing and smiling to yourself. 

‘We are having such fun doing this and can’t wait to share it not just with fans of Mrs Brown’s Boys, but to anyone who needs a good night out.'

When news of the project first emerged in December, O’Carroll said that Noddy Holder of Slade, The Script, and new band  Picture This were helping with the music. ‘I’m lucky that everybody in the cast of Mrs Brown already sings,’ he said at the time. ‘Some of them have beautiful voices. And the ones that don’t, well one or two will be rapping.’

Mrs. Brown’s Boys has staged several live tours since 1999, long before it transferred to TV.

The last UK tour was the 2017 revival of Good Mourning Mrs Brown, while the family-led team toured Australia and New Zealand earlier this year.

The top-rated sitcom has also spawned the entertainment format All Round To Mrs Browns, while O’Carroll has just started hosting the BBC One quiz For Facts Sake as himself.

 

Tickets for D’Musical? go on sale Friday at 10am.

 

Here is the schedule. Each engagement comprises an evening show on Friday and Saturday and a matinee on Saturday and Sunday.

Friday 29, Saturday 30, Sunday 31 March
Glasgow The Sse Hydro                 

Friday 05, Saturday 06, Sunday 07 April
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena

Friday 12, Saturday 13, Sunday 14 April
Manchester Arena

Friday 19, Saturday 20, Sunday 21 April
Nottingham Motorpoint Arena

Friday 14, Saturday 15, Sunday 16 June
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena

Friday 21, Saturday 22, Sunday 23 June
Birmingham Resorts World Arena

Friday 28, Saturday 29, Sunday 30 June
Leeds First Direct Arena

Friday 05, Saturday 06, Sunday 07 July
London The O2

Friday 22, Saturday 23, Sunday 24 November
Belfast The Sse Arena

Friday 29, Saturday 30 Nov, Sunday 01 December
Liverpool Echo Arena

Friday 06, Saturday 07, Sunday 08 December
Sheffield Flydsa Arena

Friday 13, Saturday 14, Sunday 15 December
Dublin 3Arena

Published: 22 Oct 2018

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