Tickets on sale for Mrs Brown's Boys on Friday


Staff reporter (Rhyl Journal)

Tickets go on sale on Friday for the award-winning Mrs Brown's Boys as the show returns to Rhyl Pavilion Theatre.

Mrs Brown’s Boys returns to the Rhyl Pavilion with the award winning series Good Mourning Mrs Brown.

Starring Brendan O’Carroll and Mrs. Brown’s Boys, the sdhow has recently been voted as the Best British Sitcom of the 21st century by the Radio Times. The tour will be starting with three warm up show at the Rhyl Pavilion.

Tickets are priced at £40.50 and £33.50 and will be available from Friday January 27 at 9am.

To buy tickets call the Box Office on 01745330000 or visit online at

‘Good Mourning Mrs. Brown’ is part of the hilarious series written by and starring Brendan O’Carroll. In this hilarious show in which Brendan has received some of the best reviews of his career, we see Agnes Brown planning Grandad’s funeral. The only problem is Grandad is not dead.

What could go wrong? Mrs. Brown’s Boys success and achievements has been nothing short of incredible. From awards and accolades including three National Television Awards, TV Choice Awards, three Scottish BAFTAs, four IFTA awards, a TV Times Award, Royal Television Society Winner and a TV BAFTA for Best Situation Comedy to being a ratings smash across the globe, Mrs. Brown’s Boys live has also broken box office records across the UK and Australia. 

Not only that but Mrs. Brown’s Boys first full length motion picture Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie was the third highest grossing British film and highest grossing Irish film of 2014. The BBC ONE Christmas Specials over the past few years have been the most watched programmes over the festive period.

If you haven’t experienced Mrs. Brown’s Boys live, Good Mourning Mrs. Brown it is not to be missed.

The show will be appearing at the Rhyl Pavilion on Thursday, March 23 to Saturday, March 25. For more information on show times or to buy tickets call the Box Office on 01745330000 or visit online at

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