I recorded this podcast interview which aired yesterday, please click on the link if you’d like to listen.
I recorded this podcast interview which aired yesterday, please click on the link if you’d like to listen.
I had a great day today at Bloom, picked up plenty of ideas for the garden, finished the day with a visit to RTE radio to be on The Ray D’Arcy show.
Back on the couch today debating The Battle of The Sexes!
Here’s a little interview I did recently on Ray D’Arcy’s radio show.
I just wanted to thank everyone for their support over the past few weeks. I have had a ball, an absolute ball. My Dancing With The Stars journey may have been short, but it was an absolutely wonderful experience. I really didn’t want to be the first to leave, in fact I didn’t want to leave at all…….. but someone had to. I have made some really good friends on the show with a great bunch of people and I wish them all the best on their DWTS journey’s. Ryan McShane, you are a wonderful man and I’m so going to miss you. Right now I’m looking forward to a nice lie in before shooting starts on All Round To Mrs Brown’s next month.
Oh my word that was amazing – I still can’t believe this is happening. Well done to all the ladies tonight #girlpower!
O.M.G, I believe the term is! I cannot begin to tell you how excited and utterly delighted I am to be doing Dancing With The Stars. I have always loved dancing, and now I hope I’ll get to learn how to do it properly! As for the sparkle and sequins – don’t get me started, I just love this dress. I hope you’ll all tune in to see me trip the light fantastic, I honestly can’t wait.
I’m so happy to add my voice to this campaign, those of you who know me will appreciate that technology and myself are not usually a good mix, but even I can get my head around this! It really is a solution to much needed support for people who may for many years have felt isolated and without a voice.
What an amazing honour to be Grand Marshall at the 2018 Cork Pride celebrations and what a fabulous day it has been. The LGBT community turned out in their thousands to celebrate the event with walks, music, speeches, support, lots of fun and most certainly PRIDE.
I gave my support to the “Together For Yes” campaign this weekend when they launched “She Lives On Your Street”
I do not have the right to tell any woman what to do with her body and this is just one reason I support the Repeal The 8th movement.
Well, I’m home – what a wonderful experience touring Australia & New Zealand, every time we go it’s just fabulous. Amazing scenery and thousands of lovely people – thank you to all of you who came out to see us, and waited patiently for signings and photos after the shows.
I landed back on the 12th March and walked around like a zombie for a few days – but I had to get my head in gear quickly as I had an appearance on RTE’s Afternoon show on the Thursday. Thoroughly enjoyed myself there as usual. This week I was on TV3’s 6 O’Clock show and even did some Irish dancing!
On Thursday I appeared on RTE’s Today show. Here I am pictured with the lovely Adrian Kennedy – I think we’ve been framed!
I couldn’t let Fiona start a walk from St Patrick’s Street Cork to Belfast without doing part of it with her – so here we are pre set off.
My fabulous niece Fiona is walking from Cork to Belfast to raise funds for a wonderful charity – Billy’s World Ireland. On Thursday night we both did a Q&A session at The Oyster Bar in Cork to help raise a few Euro more.
Myself and Marian will be joining Ryan Turbidy on The Late Late Show on Friday 14th February to celebrate Valentines Day !
The third leg of the 2019 tour is almost upon us, looking forward to seeing you all in Liverpool, Sheffield, Belfast & Dublin
I’ll be on the 6 o’clock show tonight (Tuesday 29th Jan) I’m looking forward to being back there, tune in if you can 🙂
I’ll be appearing on The Ray D’arcy Show on Saturday 6th October, adding my voice to a campaign close to my heart.
Thursday 23rd November will see Good Mourning Mrs Brown open at The fabulous Liverpool Echo Arena. I love Liverpool, we’re always assured of a lovely welcome and fantastic audiences.
Our 2017 UK & Ireland tour began on Thursday 23rd March at The Pavilion Theatre in Rhyl, North Wales – we were all raring to get back on stage. We had a wonderful reception from the Welsh crowd and we now move on to Glasgow, Birmingham & Manchester. I hope I’ll meet as many of you as I can at the post performance “meet & greets”.
Friday 3rd March:
I had a lovely little chinwag with Paul Ross on Friday morning on his breakfast show on Talk Radio. Click the link to hear the interview.
The last show of my 2016 Live Love Laugh tour is coming up on Saturday 22nd November at the fabulous Everyman – Cork. Performing in my home city is such a delight, I really can’t wait – see you all there.
Well that’s the Christmas Special done and dusted, and as always you’re going to love it. We’re now in rehearsals for the New Year Special, and will be recording on Thursday.
Back in Glasgow for rehearsals and recordings of the Christmas & New Year specials, feels just like coming home. Glasgow has been so good to us.
I had a lovely morning with Anton Savage on Today FM discussing MBB, Live Love Laugh, The Festival of Women and teetotal beer sellers! And more!
You can listen to it here.
What an amazing response to The Live broadcast of Mrs Brown’s Boys on RTE One & BBC One. It was great to be back in the studio with the gang, and we had such a lot of fun making this episode. Thank you for all the support, and thank you for watching – the statistics say it was around 11 million viewers across the UK & Ireland.
So, my sequinned dresses and dancing shoes have been stored away for a while and I’ll be donning my hair net, curlers and pop socks again in July as Mrs Brown’s Boys broadcasts LIVE from BBC Scotland….who knows what Agnes will get up too!
I feel honored to have been asked to be MC for the eagerly anticipated ‘Hooley in the Hall’, a charity bash taking place in the County Hall (Cork) on Friday, June 17 to mark the end of Cllr John Paul O’Shea’s term as county mayor. Really looking forward to it.
Well after a fabulous week in Cork, we arrived here at the fabulous Olympia Theatre, We’re having such fun with the audiences – this is such a feel good show and it’s just brilliant to see everyone singing, clapping and dancing along – Lana is thrilled dahlings!
The time is almost upon us – on Tuesday 3rd May we open at Everyman Cork for 5 nights of sing a long, toe tapping fun and laughter in John Murphy’s wonderful musical/comedy/drama. Tickets are available at The Everyman, Ticketmaster, www.elvisismydaddy.com and our Facebook page. A fabulous night is guaranteed!
I appeared with Martin & Lucy on Tuesday night’s Seven o’clock show, we chatted about Mrs Brown’s Boy’s Australia & New Zealand tour, cooking, Elvis Is My Daddy, oh…. and peeing in a bucket in a dressing room – the glamour of showbusiness! The lovely Gwen Taylor was also on the show.
Well we sold out The Civic Theatre, Tallaght on 4th & 5th November. Our audiences have been up on their feet singing and dancing, and have left the theatres with smiles on their faces – just as we wanted! Catch Elvis Is My Daddy at The Everyman Palace Theatre, Cork Tues 3rd – Sat 7th May 2016 and at The Olympia Theatre, Dublin 11th – 14th & 18th -21st May.
Below is a shot of me as the wonderful Lana Lavelle!
Live Love Laugh had it’s final performance of 2015 tonight at Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge Co. Kildare, and another sell out – what a great way to end the tour!
On Friday 23rd October at 4:10 pm I appeared on RTE One’s Today show with Maura Derrane and Daithí Ó Sé.
We we’re back on tour in November/December in Liverpool, Sheffield, Belfast & Dublin.
Elvis Is My Daddy returned for a week long run at The Dolmen Theatre in Cornelscourt, Dublin 18. We played 6 nights to full houses each night and we had such an amazing reaction to the show, thank you to all of you who came to see us.
Wow, I can’t believe we’re at the end of the second leg of the UK tour – Newcastle, Cardiff, Leeds, Nottingham & the fabulous 02 Arena in London all completed. We take a summer break, but will be back in September with the live DVD and Christmas recordings.
Live Love Laugh made it’s UK debut Brushford Parish Hall, Brushford, nr Dulverton Somerset, UK
Glasgow Hydro & Manchester Phones 4 U Arena
So that’s the end of the Live Love Laugh 2014/15 Irish tour – thank you Dun Laoghaire, nice to finish on a high. Thank you to all the family and friends who came to support me throughout the tour, and the members of my Official Facebook fan club who came to Dun Laoghaire for the final show. No time to put my feet up though, on with the pop socks and in with the curlers – Mrs Brown’s Boys is back on the road around the UK with “How Now Mrs Brown Cow”. I hope to see some of you on our travels.
Rhyl Pavilion, Birmingham Genting Arena and Glasgow Hydro
Just completed shows in Derry, Letterkenny, Galway and Kerry, 4 more left on this years tour, Wexford, Waterford, & Cork
Back on the road again with my show Live Love Laugh – full details of the tour can be found on the Live Love Laugh tab, but in short I played, Dublin, Derry, Letterkenny, Galway, Tralee, Waterford, Wexford, Cork and Dun Laoghaire throughout January – March.
I did an interview for RTE One’s Nationwide programme with Mary Kennedy at my home in West Cork.
On the road with Live love Laugh, Headford Hall – Co. Galway, Macroom Co. Cork & Athlone Co. Westmeath.
We returned to BBC Scotland the recording of two new Christmas Specials. I think you will love the episodes, we had so much fun making them.
June saw the World Premiere of D’Movie! Despite the dreadful weather, we had a wonderful welcome home in Dublin when we arrived for the screening at The Savoy Cinema.
Well our first Australian tour is over. We had an amazing time and met some absolutely wonderful people. I loved Australia and would love to go back and see more of it. We were treated like rock stars and it is no exaggeration to say that Australia LOVES Agnes Brown!
The new year started brilliantly, Mrs Brown’s Boys won Best Comedy at The National television Awards. I was interviewed on RTÉ radio by Miriam O’Sullivan, and was a guest The Today Show on RTE1 tv.
The tour continued in Sheffield and then appropriately finished in our home town of Dublin at the amazing O2.
Mrs. Brown went back on tour in Belfast & Liverpool.
Mrs. Brown ‘D’ The Movie. Started filming in Dublin early September and finished end of October and what fun we had. Can’t wait to see it on the big screen. The UK release date is 27th June.
I performed my one-woman show, Live Love Laugh, to more than 3000 people during the Edinburgh Festival. What an experience. Enjoyed every minute and got some great reviews.
My third Grandson, Thomas arrived on the 14th July weighing in at 8lbs.