- Posted June 24, 2014 by
Mrs Brown's Boys Comes To The Big Screen in Mrs Browns Boys D'Movie set in Dublin, Ireland
Mrs Brown's Boys is fast becoming the biggest sitcom ever produced in the UK and Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie has just been released
Since its first broadcast in 2011, 23 episodes have been produced across three series, including five Christmas specials. In 2012 it won three television comedy awards.
Brendan O’Carroll devised and plays Agnes Brown, the main character, with several close friends and family members making up the rest of the cast. Mrs. Brown's Boys is recorded in front of a live audience.
Agnes is a loud, foul-mouthed Irish matriarch who is always looking out for her family after the death of husband Redser. She is a very nosy woman, who is interested in other people's lives. She works at a fruit and vegetable stall at a Dublin market and she takes great pleasure in making a fool of her neighbour and best friend Winnie, and her father-in-law.
At the beginning of each episode Agnes Brown starts with an introductory monologue. Each episode ends with Agnes saying goodbye. As the credits roll, the camera pulls out to see the audience and the cast of the entire episode lining up to take a bow. The finale of every series ends with a music performance by the cast.
This sitcom has already been elevated alongside great UK sitcoms from times gone by including Monty Python, the Young Ones, the Benny Hill show and the wonderful Fawlty Towers with John Cleese
In the new movie Mrs. Brown's Boys D'Movie, there are wonderful scenes set around Dublin and in particular the famous Moore Street area which is renowned for its fruit sellers and the wit they have.You can view a little bit of Dublin at http://www.Takemyadvicehere.com/visit-dublin
If you have never seen this show, be warned the ‘colourful’ language may shock you a little!