'Allo 'Allo

October 2002

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'Allo 'Allo - by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft
Performed - October 23rd to October 26th 2002 at Blackfriars Theatre 

In a small cafe, in occupied France, the harassed proprietor, Rene Artois, is fighting his own War. With the German army in residence in the bar, Rene is risking his neck to aid the Resistance by hiding two British airmen and a radio transmitter upstairs. 
As if this wasn't enough, Rene has also got involved in hiding a priceless painting in a garlic sausage, which even now, is being sniffed out by the Gestapo. But Rene'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 his two sexy waitresses, Mimi and Yvette. 

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Actors names on right:

Rene - Peter Grimshaw 
Edith - Kathy Fullerton 
Yvette - Melanie Clark 
Leclerc - John Lingard 
Michelle - Rachael Geddes 
Mimi - Carol Walmsley 
The Piano Player - Victor Wells 
Peasants / Customers - Ros Blowers, Lee Tuckwood, Anne Hutchinson, Tara Moody 
Colonel Kurt von Strohm - Patrick Hall 
Captain Alberto Bertorelli - Adam Priestley 
Herr Otto Flick - Stuart Farrar 
Helga - Glyn Ruskin 
Lieutenant Hubert Gruber - Philip Landshoft 
General von Schmelling - Philip J Roberts
Crabtree - Brett Roberts
1st Airman / German soldier - Charles Findlay 
2nd Airman / German soldier - Ricky Roberts

Production Team

Director - Alex Findlay 
Co-Producers - Glyn Ruskin, Diane Sharpe 
Stage Manager - Judith Hall 
Stage Design - Alex Findlay 
Stage Construction - Clive Taylor, Alex Findlay, Paul Gibson, Judith Hall, John Lingard, Philip Landshoft, Patrick Hall, Members of the Society 
Stage Crew - Charles Findlay, Wayne Waite, Ricky Roberts, Clive Taylor 
Costume - Violet Truelove Wardrobe 
Furniture & Properties - Alan Marshall, Diane Sharpe, Glyn Ruskin 
Lighting - Paul Gibson 
Sound - Richard Laight 
Poster - Patrick Hall 
Programme - Patrick Hall 
Photography - John Richards 
Make Up - Molly Barrett, Alicja Frankowski 
Musical Direction - Victor Wells