The hit sitcom has not aired a full series since 2013 but returns to TV with a Christmas special every year.
Mrs Brown's Boys star Brendan O'Carroll has recalled the terrifying moment he was rushed to hospital over fears he was dying from a heart attack.
Brendan O’Carroll delighted the audience in The Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday when he announced he was donating €10,000 to Parkinson’s UK. The ‘Mrs Brown’s Boys’ actor joined an all-star performance including Katie Melua, Collabro and ‘The Who’s Pete Townshend for Symfunny No.2 and donned the outfit of his famous alter-ego character Agnes Brown. “They got me in touch with Paul Mayhew-Archer who lives in LA and he came over and worked on the first two series.
Michael Gove has caused a Twitter storm by expressing his love for the sitcom Mrs Brown’s Boys. The former education and justice secretary, who campaigned for Brexit before launching a failed bid to be Tory leader and prime minister, drew the ire of Twitter for his comment.