All Round To Mrs. Brown's. Image shows from L to R: Mrs Brown (Brendan O'Carroll), Cathy Brown (Jennifer Gibney).

All Round To Mrs. Brown's

BBC One variety / sitcom / chat show entertainment show hosted by the character Mrs Brown. 24 episodes (4 series), 2017 - 2020. Stars Brendan O'Carroll, Jennifer Gibney, Paddy Houlihan, Danny O'Carroll and others.

Series 2, Episode 3 is repeated on Gold on Saturday at 10pm.

Press Clippings

All Round To Mrs. Brown's faces axe due to covid

Mrs. Brown's Boys' spin-off series All Round To Mrs Brown's faces the axe due to coronavirus restrictions, it has been reported.

Stephanie Soteriou, The Sun, 8th February 2021

Blankety Blank most-watched new TV comedy in 2020

Blankety Blank was the most-watched new British comedy on TV in 2020. 5.2 million viewers tuned in to see the comic game show's revival on Christmas Day. The Graham Norton Show and ITV sitcom Kate & Koji also got over 5 million viewers last year.

British Comedy Guide, 1st January 2021

Caitlyn Jenner to star in Mrs Brown's Boys

Caitlyn Jenner has revealed she is set to make a cameo in the upcoming series of Mrs Brown's Boys.

Jennifer Russell, Daily Record, 5th February 2020

The latest series of this ludicrous but watchable mess of slapstick, cross-dressing, baffled celebs and antediluvian humour concludes. It's generally dependent on the quality of its guests: this week's visitors are Dani Dyer, Paddy McGuinness and Busted - so make of that what you will.

Phil Harrison, The Guardian, 27th April 2019

Eek! The cheesy but breezy chatshow continues with a moose loose aboot Mrs Broon's hoose, and that poor wee rodent will likely regret seeking refuge up Grandad's trouser leg. Among the celeb guests watching where they step are Jane McDonald, Emily Atack and Olly Murs.

Gwilym Mumford, The Guardian, 30th March 2019

More baffling audience laughter at nothing in particular as Brendan O'Carroll returns. In fairness, the chatshow version of Mrs Brown is relatively bearable; it's fun to watch the guests - who this week include Teri Hatcher, Anna Friel and Rob Beckett - deal with the constant stream of maniacal double entendre.

Phil Harrison, The Guardian, 23rd March 2019

The last in the current series of the awkward panto/chat crossover has a guest list that, like the jokes in the script, isn't bursting with contemporary freshness: Ray Mears, Jerry Springer and Boy George are the visitors, with Boy George the gamest because he's brought his mum, Dinah.

Jack Seale, The Guardian, 23rd June 2018

Brendan O'Carroll's mammy welcomes more guests for japes and single entendre. Tonight's lucky recipients of Mrs Brown's wit are Marvin and Rochelle Humes and Alan Davies, while Wayne Bridge delivers footballing wisdom. Picture This provide musical relief from the panto fun.

Hannah Verdier, The Guardian, 16th June 2018

Brendan O'Carroll throws on the cardigan and curlers to welcome TV Dragons Peter Jones and Deborah Meaden into the den. Tonight''s other interviewees are musical collaborators Sting and Shaggy, This Morning chef-turned-Italian Escape artist Gino D'Acampo and Loose Woman Christine Lampard.

Mark Gibbings-Jones, The Guardian, 2nd June 2018