Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie (15) is showing at the Dome Cinema, Worthing from Tuesday July 1st to Thursday July 10th.
Brendan O’Carroll’s brilliant comic creation defends her market stall from a nasty developer in her hilarious big-screen debut.
Feisty matriarch Agnes Brown (Brendan O’Carroll) runs a fruit and vegetable stall in Dublin’s historic Moore Street Market. It’s been in her family for generations and she hopes eventually to pass it to daughter Cathy (Jennifer Gibney). Then she receives a vast tax bill. Maria (Fiona O’Carroll) and Rory (Rory Cowan) embark on a foolhardy plan to raise the cash by swimming the channel.
Meanwhile, our potty-mouthed heroine learns that she’s not the only one to have her livelihood and heritage threatened. A dastardly developer wants to bulldoze the entire market. Now Agnes must take on the Irish establishment – with a little help from Buster Brady’s troop of blind trainee Ninjas, an alcoholic solicitor, and a barrister with Tourette’s Syndrome!
This uproarious spin-off from Brendan O’Carroll’s much-loved, BAFTA-winning TV comedy sensation was filmed in authentic Dublin locations.
Running time: 96 minutes.
Showtimes: Tuesday July 1st at 3.30 pm (subtitled) and 8.30 pm, Wednesday July 2nd at 1.00 pm, 3.30 pm and 8.30 pm, Thursday July 3rd at 3.30 pm and 8.30 pm, Friday July 4th at 8.25 pm, Saturday July 5th at 1.30 pm and 8.45 pm, Sunday July 6th at 8.30 pm, Monday July 7th at 1.50 pm and 5.50 pm, Tuesday July 8th at 8.30 pm (subtitled), Wednesday July 9th at 8.30 pm and Thursday July 10th at 8.35 pm.
The Dome Cinema is on the seafront at 21-22 Marine Parade, Worthing.