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There is nothing more bawdier and brighter than Mrs Brown if you are longing for a great night out. We have five pairs of tickets to see Brendan O'Carroll's latest installment of the Mrs Brown story - How Now Mrs Brown Cow.

THE SHOW:
The hilarious show arrives at the Opera House from Tues 27th April- Sat 8th May, 2010

Having already stretched the ‘Trilogy’ to a hilarious four parts, get ready because here comes Brendan O’Carroll with Part Five. Starring all of Mrs Brown’s Boys (and Girls) and of course, Brendan as Mrs Brown.

It’s just weeks to go till Christmas in the Brown house and Mrs Brown has the turkey stuffed and plucked. All she has to do now is kill it. Mrs Brown is excited because her son, Trevor, whom she has not seen in five years, has promised to pay a Christmas visit home. However Cathy returns from her trip to America with unwelcome news. But who will tell Mammy?

PLEASE NOTE THIS PLAY HAS STRONG LANGUAGE AND IS NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN.

HOW TO BOOK:
How Now Mrs Brown Cow
Tues 27th April – Sat 8th May 2010
Opera House, Manchester
Tickets: £16.00 -£25.00
Box office: 0844 847 2295
www.palaceandoperahouse.org.uk*
(*Subject to booking/transaction fee)

THE PRIZE:
We have 5 pairs of tickets up for grabs on Tues, 27th April at 7.30pm at the Opera House.

HOW TO WIN:
Please answer this question: How many Mrs Brown plays have there been including this one?
Please email your answer and your full name to: glenn@whatsonstage.com by the closing date of Thursday, 22nd April, 2010 with the subject heading Mrs Brown Comp.

Winners will be notified by email on Friday, 23rd April, 2010.

Terms and Conditions:
Tickets cannot be exchanged for any other dates. Only one entry per household/email account please, as multiple entries will be deleted. Also, please ensure that you are free to attend on Tues, 27th April at 7.30pm in Manchester, before entering, as we cannot offer alternative dates or times, should your plans change. Travel is not provided. Please note the play has strong language throughout and is not suitable for children.

Good Luck!
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