'Brawl' at Mrs Brown's Boys tour show at Glasgow arena as some fans 'thought it was part of the show'

'Great show, except from the 'extras' that had to be heard in the audience'

Mrs Brown's Boys first aired on the BBC in 2011 (Image: BBC)

A brawl reportedly broke out at Mrs Brown’s Boys’ D’Tour live show at Glasgow’s Hydro arena at the weekend.

Fans of Dublin comedian Brendan O’Carroll’s hit spin-off from the successful BBC One sitcom complained of a “10 minute punch-up” soon after the start of Saturday’s performance.

The performance had to be temporarily halted while security quickly moved in to restore calm, allowing the gig to continue.

One wrote on the MBB Facebook page afterwards: “Dont know what was funnier the actual performance or the fact the show stopped whilst the fight was happening in the crowd.

Another said they “thought it was part of the show”.

“Great show, except from the 'extras' that had to be heard in the audience,” wrote another.

Another said: “Someone was fighting lol and then one behind me was very loud and drunk. Ended up crying. But the security were fantastic and took her outside untill she calmed down and got back in lol.”

Brendan’s D’Live Show is currently touring the UK with shows in Sheffield, Cardiff and Edinburgh later this month.

Saturday’s Hydro show was one of three performances last weekend in Glasgow.

The show visits Belfast’s SSE Arena, November 4 and 5 and Dublin’s 3Arena on November 11 and 12.
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