A film from successful sitcom Mrs Brown's Boys has its world premiere tonight in Dublin.
The show stars Brendan O'Carroll as Agnes Brown, a cardigan-loving matriarch who has proved a hit with audiences around the world.
Now it has spawned Mrs Brown's Boys D'Movie, which will be shown at the Savoy Cinema in O'Connell Street.
With its bawdy humour and knowing winks to the camera, the programme has attracted fans from Iceland to Australia since it made its TV debut in 2011.
Its most recent festive special racked up 9.4 million viewers for BBC One, beating Downton Abbey and Call The Midwife to the Christmas Day top spot.
The film takes the action beyond the fruit and veg trader's front porch, as she fights to save her market stall from a ruthless developer.