17th to 21st September 2013 at the Chrysalis Theatre, Milton Keynes

“Leesen verrry carefully, I weel say zis only wurnce…!”

We took a trip to Café René in war-time France and witnessed the trials and tribulations of France’s greatest, if unwilling, hero, René Artois as he tried to deal with the resistance, the Germans, a pair of British airmen and the amorous advances of his serving girls.

Our 2007 production of the stage show of Allo Allo was a great success and for several years we had been keen to do more, but only one stage script existed. But then David Pibworth was given permission by one of the original writers, David Croft, to write a stage play ‘sequel’.

David Pibworth, David Lovesy and Steve Clark crafted a brand new script, featuring all of the favourite characters from the hugely popular TV comedy series and the show premiered in Milton Keynes in September 2013.

We are delighted to say that the script for the show has now been published with Concord Theatricals / Samuel French and is available for other groups to purchase and perform through them.  Concord Theatricals : Allo Allo 2 ‘The Camembert Caper’.

Costumes and props for this show can be hired form us – visit our Allo Allo Hire website.

You can view the credit sequence (filmed by Jeremy Cooper) that was projected onto a cinema screen at the end of the show here on Youtube.

We  returned to Nouvion to stage the original Allo Allo script again in the open air in 2020 with Allo Allo at the Arches.

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Show Dates, Times and Ticket Prices

17th to 21st September 2013. At the Chrysalis Theatre, Camphill, Milton Keynes MK15 9JY

Tuesday 17th September 2013. 7.30pm.
Wednesday 18th September 2013. 7.30pm.
Thursday 19th September 2013. 7.30pm.
Friday 20th September 2013. 7.30pm.
Saturday 21st September 2013. Matinee at 2.30pm.
Saturday 21st September 2013. 7.30pm.


Rene Artois – David Lovesy
Edith – Sue Whyte
Yvette – Melanie Best
Mimi – Michelle Johnson
Michelle of the Resistance – Vicky Amies
Monsieur Alphonse the Undertaker – Gary Martindale
Monsieur Leclerc – Jon Davis
Madame Fanny – Erika Benning
Colonel Von Strohm – Richard Duncombe
Lt. Gruber – Chris Tennant
Capt. Geering – Alex Taylor
Herr Flick – Sean McDermott
Helga – Tracy Butler
General Von Klinkerhoffen – Matt Perris
Officer Crabtree – Steve Clark
British Airmen – Keith Lennox and Neil Harrison
Assorted French villagers and Germans – Roger Widdecombe, Jen Barber, Emma Dell, Matt Bayfield, Sandra Cowling, John Hopkins

Production Team

Director – Dave Pibworth
Sound – Peter Lawson
Marketing & Publicity – David Lovesy and Steve Clark
Lighting Design – Andy Nicholson
Lighting team – Ali Brown, Mac and Safi Ford
Props – Pam Buckle, David and Mary Howard
Set – Corin Eaton
Musical arrangements – Paul Kitchen
Make up and hair – Emma Dell (One Salon)
Stage Management – Karen and Steve Young (Hippofrog)
Stage Crew – Grant Amies, Carl Amies, Belinda Rich and Alex Chantry