BRITISH fans of sitcom Mrs Brown’s Boys could be in with a chance of bagging tickets to a special screening of the hit show’s Christmas specials.
The show, starring Brendan O’Carroll as the eponymous Irish mammy, was the most watched programme in Britain on Christmas Day last year.
This year’s two Christmas specials look set to repeat that success, with the series promising a ‘bombshell’ announcement from character Buster Brady.
While most will have to wait until Christmas, lucky fans will get an exclusive sneak peak at eight special BBC preview screenings across England in December.
In the first of this year’s festive episodes, Exotic Mammy, Mrs Brown tries to get one over her nemesis Hilliary Nicholson in a Christmas decoration contest.
Meanwhile in the second episode, Mammy’s Motel, Mrs Brown puts up Winnie and Sharon after a flood at their house, before Buster drops his bombshell.
Fans can enter a draw until midday on December 3 to be in with a chance of claiming two free tickets.
Priority is given to local postcodes, with 20 per cent of tickets available to those outside the area.
To be in with a chance of getting tickets, visit the BBC Shows and Tours site here.