18th to 22nd September 2007 at the Chrysalis Theatre, Milton Keynes.
“Leesen verrry carefully, I weel say zis only wurnce…!”
Based on the hugely popular TV comedy series, the stage version of ‘Allo ‘Allo, by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft, follows the adventures of René, the hapless (and somewhat randy!) café owner in the town of Nouvien in war-torn occupied France, as he and his wife, Edith, struggle to keep for themselves a priceless portrait (of the ‘Fallen Madonna with the big boobies’) stolen by the Nazis and kept in their cellar.
René is also hiding two British airmen and is endeavouring, with the help of the French Resistance, to repatriate them. However, communications with London through a wireless disguised as a cockatoo add to the many embarrassments he is forced to endure. Matters come to a head with the news that the Fuhrer himself is to visit the town… René will need all the wit he can muster to save his café and his life!
An hilarious show packed with a host of ridiculous comic characters and more silly accents than you shake a croissant at!
Join, René, Edith, Michelle, Mimi, Herr Flick, Lt. Gruber, Officer Crabtree, Leclerc and many more in this fantastically funny production featuring large German sausages, inflatable Hitlers, saucy waitresses and of course that infamous painting of ‘the Fallen Madonna with the Big Boobies’
You can view the end credits for the show, which were filmed by Jeremy Cooper and Alan Marlow, here on Youtube.
Hire our props and costumes: Our set of props and costumes for the show are available for groups to hire for their productions. More details on the dedicated Allo Allo Hire website.
Production generously sponsored by J. Garrard & Allen (of Olney).
By arrangement with Samuel French.
We returned to Nouvion in 2013 with a specially permitted production of a second Allo Allo script – the Camembert Caper. We also returned to stage this script again in the open air during the COVID Pandemic in 2020 with Allo Allo at the Arches.
Show Dates, Times and Ticket Prices
Tuesday 18th to Saturday 22nd September 2007 at the Chrysalis Theatre, Camphill, Milton Keynes.
Tuesday 18th September 2007. 7.30pm.
Wednesday 19th September 2007. 7.30pm.
Thursday 20th September 2007. 7.30pm.
Friday 21st September 2007. 7.30pm.
Saturday 22nd September 2007. 2.30pm.
Saturday 22nd September 2007. 7.30pm.
Café René was open in the theatre foyer before curtain up for drinks and refreshments served by René, his girls and assorted members of the occupying forces! Free nibbles courtesy of Dobbies Garden Centre (Fenny Stratford) were on offer!
Edith – Sue Whyte
Yvette – Melanie Best
Mimi – Michelle Johnson
Michelle of the Resistance – Vicky Amies
Monsieur Le Clerc – Erika Benning
Colonel Von Strohm – Richard Duncombe
Lt. Gruber – Chris Tennant
Capt. Berterolli – Matt Taylor
Herr Flick – Sean McDermott
Helga – Joy Parker
General Von Schmelling – Mat tPerris
Officer Crabtree – Mark Niel
British Airmen – Keith Lennox and Neil Harrison
Assorted French villagers and Germans – Michelle Malborough, Matt Bayfield, Louise Trodden and Darren King
Director – Steve Clark
Asst. Director – Lorraine King
Production Manager – David Pibworth
Sound – Kevin Amies
Marketing & Publicity – David Lovesy and Steve Clark
Lighting Design – Andy Nicholson
Set – John Southgate
Stage Management – Ellie Chadwick and Megan Randal