Mrs Brown returns to Millennium Forum - by popular demand
Good Mourning Mrs Brown, the second in Brendan O'Carroll's series of comedies about a feisty Dublin pensioner, returns to the Millennium Forum, Derry February 14-26.
Following the success of ‘The Last Wedding', we return to Dublin and find the Brown family now trying to tackle the wake and funeral of Grandad Brown. There is just one problem . . . Grandad Brown is not dead!
Dermot and his now pregnant wife Maria are living with Mrs Brown, much to Maria's dismay - and the pressure from her to get a place of their own has Dermot contemplating giving up his career in ‘Promotions' and returning to his life of crime with his old partner Buster Brady.
Father Quinn is beginning to doubt his vocation. What he needs is a sign . . . with the help of Agnes Brown he might have to settle for a miracle.
If you enjoyed ‘Mrs Brown Rides Again', you won't want to miss this! Full of feisty Irish humour and all your favourite characters - you're in for a real treat!
If you haven't seen one of the Mrs Brown plays before, don't worry about not knowing the storyline. You'll have no problem keeping up with the wisecracks, digs and naively delivered innuendo. The shows are always a huge hit, with tickets selling out fast and the audiences giving standing ovations.
Beat the winter blues and come along for a night of rolling in the aisles humour.
NB Contains strong language - not for the easily offended!
Opening night offer all seats 17.50, tickets 14-25 for other performances, concessions available. Millennium Forum Box Office: 048 7126 4455, or visit www.millenniumforum.co.uk to book online.