Mrs Brown’s Boys star Brendan O’Carroll reveals filming for Christmas special will go ahead - Mrs Brown's Boys

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Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Mrs Brown’s Boys star Brendan O’Carroll reveals filming for Christmas special will go ahead

MRS Brown's Boys star Brendan O'Carroll has revealed that they will be "recording" their annual Christmas Special this year.


The actor appeared on RTE's Liveline with Joe Duffy where he had a very heated debated about the Black Lives Matter protests in America.


Brendan revealed the Christmas special will go ahead this year



However, while he was on the show Joe quizzed him about his show and when he thinks they will be allowed to film again.

The production of all shows have been put on pause due to the coronavirus outbreak across the world.

Speaking about how the coronavirus affected his work Brendan said: "We had a tour planned for June July and august of this year in the Uk and Ireland we had to push back a year.

"We've managed to pay everyone involved."

Joe then asked the actor whether they planned on filming their annual Christmas special this year.

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Brendan replied: "We will be recording them in October and we have a list of guidelines from the BBC with about 70 things on the list of things that you can and cannot do and how we're going to approach it.

"But I think the list is getting shorter and shorter as time goes on.

"As another week goes by they go, 'You can take that off the list and that off the list'.


Brendan explained that there might not be any audience this year



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"The recording definitely will go ahead but whether or not we have an audience, that's going to be the thing."

He added: "I think there's going to be a bounce-back I really do."

While on Liveline, Brendan said that he was "sick to my stomach" at the National Guards treatment of the protestors in New York.

Joe spoke about the police and the National Guard using force to clear crowds in New York for Donal Trump to take a photograph on the show.


Responding to this the actor said: "I was sick to my stomach watching it.

"The police and national guard charged down fifth avenue to clear that street so he could walk down for a photoshoot with a bible.

"It was sickening to watch."



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