Mrs Brown is back on the stage

Mrs Brown’s Boys return to the stage when the new show How Now Mrs Brown Cow embarks on an arena tour next year.

It stops off at Capital FM Arena Nottingham for six shows between June 30-July 4 2015, with an additional matinee on July 4.

The announcement of the tour follows the recent release of Mrs Brown’s Boys - D’Movie which has been packing in the punters at the nation’s cinemas over the last couple of weeks.

Mrs Brown’s Boys success has been nothing short of incredible. From awards and accolades including two National Television Awards, TV Choice Awards, a Scottish BAFTA, an IFTA award, a TV Times Award 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.

The Award Winning Serial Comedy on BBC One saw last year’s Christmas Special being the most watched programme over the festive period.

In between recording their TV show and a ten-week tour stint across Australia, Mrs Brown’s Boys had chance film their full length motion picture Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie which was released last month, all part of an amazing 12 months for Brendan O’Carroll.

If you haven’t experienced Mrs Brown’s Boys live, this new tour is set to be one of the hottest tickets for 2015 and is not to be missed.

How Now Mrs Brown Cow is part of the hilarious series written by and starring Brendan O’Carroll.

Tickets are priced from £25.20 (includes administration fee).

Tickets can be booked online at, via 0843 373 3000 or in person at Ticketing & Customer Services, Bolero Square, The Lace Market, Nottingham, NG1 1LA.

n The Theatre Royal in Nottingham is the setting for Nottingham Rocks on Saturday, September 6, from 7.30pm.

Showcasing the city’s best up-and-coming music artists, backed by a 14-piece orchestra, the line-up for Nottingham Rocks has now been announced.

Singer-songwriter Joel Baker headlines.

His mesmerising vocals and moving lyrics have attracted serious national attention already, with fans including Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and Fearne Cotton.

Shelter Point’s haunting sound, mixing beautiful melodies against heavy bass, has earned the duo rave reviews, national airplay, and comparisons to artists such as James Blake and Radiohead.

Noah is a local duo comprising singer Rebeka Whittle, and guitarist/singer Joe Baxter.

Regulars on the city’s music circuit, they describe their sound as ‘rootsy, tribal, folky pop’.

Champions of the Future Sound of Nottingham 2012, After Dark Movement is one of the city’s most widely respected bands; their unique sound has drawn admirers from the urban scene and live gigging circuit alike.

Tickets are £8 in advance or £10 on the day (under 16s and students £5).

Go online to or you can call 0115 989 5555.

n Soul sensation John Legend will bring his UK tour to Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on Friday, October 19.

His sensational vocal tones have dominated the airwaves lately with his hit single All Of Me, which has seen sales of over 500,000 in the UK and has spent many weeks in the Top 10.

It has also sold a staggering three million in the US. Now, John Legend has announced a series of UK shows.

John’s gold-certified fourth album Love in the Future has stormed the UK and sold over half a million copies, as well as being nominated for a Grammy this year for Best R’n’B Album.  

Its lead single All Of Me also scored him his first ever US number one single.

Tickets are priced at £32.50, £37.50 and £50.

The show starts at 7.45pm and tickets are available by calling the box office on 0115 989 5555.