Studio Theatre, Ashley Road Salisbury

Tickets: Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row, Salisbury Phone: 01722 342860 or from

‘Allo, ‘Allo – December 2010

Directed by: Richard Clarke

Production Dates: Dec 13th – 18th 2010, Saturday Matinee 18th @ 2.30pm

Salisbury Studio Theatre - Allo Allo - Dec 2010Based on the hugely popular TV comedy series, this stage version follows the adventures of René, the hapless café owner in war-torn occupied France, as he and his wife, Edith, struggle to keep for themselves a priceless portrait stolen by the Nazis and kept in a sausage in their cellar. René is hiding two British airmen and is endeavouring, with the help of the Resistance to repatriate them.

However, communications with London through a wireless disguised as a cockatoo add to the many embarrassments he endures in the company of his patrons. Matters come to a head with news that the Fuhrer is to visit the town and the café becomes filled with tricksters intending to impersonate Hitler before the event. René will need all the wit he can muster to save his café and his life…!

“Listen very carefully, I shall say this only once”… Come and re-live the TV series, the knockwurst sausages, the fallen Madonna, the wet celery, egg whisk and much more….

Cast of Characters:

The French
René David Taylor
Edith Cath Angell
Yvette Louisa Jackson
Mimi Jennifer Ridler
Michelle Rachel Fletcher
Leclerc Peter Mitchell
Piano Player Kevin Murdoch
The Germans & Italian
Colonel Kurt Von Strohm Colin Hayman
Capt. Bertotelli Paul Marsh
Herr Otto Flick Richard Clarke
Helga Jessica-Way Wheatley
Lieut. Gruber Alistair Gillies
Gerneral Von Schmelling George Goulding
German Solider Kevin Murdoch
The British
Crabtree Alistair Faulkner
Airmen Nich Angell
Stew Taylor
Stage Manager Ruth Clarke
ASM Debbie Rose

Anna Lomax
Mary Rawlinson
Georgie Cotterill
Kevin Murdoch
Lighting Chris Angel
Costume Milton Keynes Theatre of Comedy & Anna Lomax
Props Milton Keynes Theatre of Comedy

Set Design

Richard Clarke
Set Construction Richard Clarke
George Goulding
Alistair Faulkner