MAMMY'S ORDERS Urgent warning to thousands of fans over stage time for huge Mrs Brown’s Boys Dublin shows

THOUSANDS of Mrs Brown's Boys fans have been warned to get to three huge 3Arena shows with time to spare - as gigs will start right on time.


Brendan O'Carroll and the rest of his Mrs Brown's crew take to the stage for the first of three shows in the capital on Friday November 11 at 8pm. 


Brendan O'Carroll will play three live shows in Dublin's 3ArenaCredit: BBC


And they'll play two shows on Saturday November 12 - a matinee at 2pm and an evening show at 8pm.

Punters have been warned to head to the 3Arena early, with doors open from 6.30pm for the evening shows and 1pm for the afternoon show.

Gig bosses said the live shows will commence at 2pm and 8pm sharp.

Mrs Brown fans have also been alerted to one other restriction for the shows - that under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Funnyman Brendan and the Mrs Brown cast have already played a string of Belfast dates on the Mrs Brown D’Live Show…Encore Tour.

And the comic promised fans they're in for a treat, saying: "It’s the funniest thing I've ever written. Even I laugh and I know what's coming next!"

Meanwhile, O'Carroll last month revealed he will pull the plug on Mrs Brown’s Boys when the BBC tell him they don’t want it on at Christmas anymore.

The Dubliner is signed up to make two festive specials as Agnes Brown a year until 2026.

But Brendan, 67, told The Irish Sun: "When they decide they are

not putting it on at Christmas any more, we will stop making Mrs Brown.

"That’s it, I am happy to do that, and they are happy to do that and

we are happy to move forward on that basis."

The comedy pulls in up to 11million viewers since it began airing in 2011.

But Brendan said the Beeb might never have made Mrs Brown’s Boys due to the outrage over Sachsgate, when Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand left obscene messages on the answerphone of actor Andrew Sachs while recording their radio show.

The skit saw 45,000 complaints to the BBC and a fine from regulator Ofcom, leaving bosses terrified of offending anyone and likely to turn down a swearing Irish woman for a prime-time slot on BBC One.

BBC executive Stephen McCrum had been due to present a pilot of Mrs Brown Boys to big-wigs just as the scandal kicked off.

And Brendan told us: "We were so lucky Stephen knew enough about the BBC to say ‘stop everything until this dies down. The BBC is in a turmoil, if I present this show now all they will see is f, f, f* — nothing more’."

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