The Scot is Dino Doyle in Brendan O’Carroll’s comedy, which plays to a sell-out crowd on a five-night run at Glasgow’s SECC.
He's been tripped up on stage before a theatre audience of thousands and been slapped with a tea towel by his co-star but Gary Hollywood wouldn’t swap his role in Mrs Brown’s Boys for anything.The Scot is Dino Doyle in Brendan O’Carroll’s comedy, which plays to a sell-out crowd on a five-night run at Glasgow’s SECC. And the 33-year-old revealed there is never a dull moment.
As he prepared to go on stage for the first time at the Glasgow venue last night, he laughed: “With TV there’s a lot of stoppie starties and with theatre it’s a loose cannon.
“Brendan goes off on a rant or a tangent and there are a lot of ad libs involved.
“The show is always completely different no matter how many times you’ve seen it.
“You don’t know what is coming and how many times you will be slapped with a tea towel, have your nipples tweaked or be tripped up.
“Just last week Brendan decided he’d trip me up as I was exiting the stage and I ended up tumbling and banging my head off the door. I was thinking, ‘He won’t do that again.’ How wrong I was.”
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