'Allo 'Allo presented by Whitley Bay Theatre Company
Wednesday 25 - Saturday 28 May 2011
The Whitley Bay Theatre Company, now with a great reputation for bringing classic BBC sit com's to life on the stage, are sure this show will be a great night out for all the family.
This show sees us saying 'Allo 'Allo to René, the most wanted man in occupied France! Women want his body, the Resistance wants his brain and the Nazis want his sausage! In a small café in occupied France the harassed proprietor, René, is fighting his own war. With the German Army in residence at the bar, René is risking his neck to aid the Resistance by hiding two British airmen and a radio transmitter upstairs. As if this wasn't enough, René has also got involved in hiding a priceless painting in a garlic sausage, which even now is being sniffed out by the Gestapo. But René's real problem is his wife, Edith, and what she will do to him when she finds out about the affairs he is having with two sexy waitresses!
With some infamous catchphrases, iconic lines and looks that could kill - this promises to bring a different slant on occupied France during the war and takes a lighter look at how life was for those unfortunate enough to be living the experience at the time. That's the experience around what goes on in René's cafe of course and not the war effort!
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