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by Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft

Directed by Dick Breeze

Friday 29th April – Saturday 7th May 2005 in the Auditorium

Based on the ever-popular TV series, the stage version follows the adventures of Réne the hapless café owner, his wife the long-suffering Edith and all the other familiar characters.

Herr Hitler is planning a visit to the local town and Réne will need all the wit he can muster to save his café, his life and the painting of the fallen Madonna with the big boobies.

The stage play is better plotted than any of the half-hour episodes and is certainly racier. It is wonderfully politically incorrect which is one of the reasons for its amateur success.

It’s about as much fun as you can have with your clothes on!

Part of the Barn’s 2004/2005 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

The French

René-Charles Plester
Edith-Davina Foster
Yvette-Maggy Reed
Mimi-Tammy Wall
Leclerc-Dave Goodall
Michelle-Wendy Bage
Peasant-Ray Gibbons
George Marsh
Chris White
Geoffrey Spencer
Susan Dilworth

The Axis

Herr Flick-Mark O'Sullivan
Helga-Andrea Brady
General-Keith Thompson
Gruber-Andy Nash
Colonel-Bryan Rycroft
Bertorelli-Mike Smith

The English

Crabtree-Mark Crampton
First Airman-Chris White
Second Airman-Geoffrey Spencer

Creative team

Director-Dick Breeze
Set Design-Bernard Usher
Lighting Design-Andrew Whyment
Matt Cooper
Music-Susan Dilworth
Choreography-Joyce Smith
Sound-James Rowles
Stage Manager-Norman Merry
Assistant Stage Manager-Adam Lake
Geoffrey Spencer
Wardrobe-Shirley Thompson
George Marsh
Jenny Gratrick
Properties-Belinda Putley
Jean Amato
Parrots and Cockatoo-Vanessa Baker
Set Construction-Paul Molyneux
Norman Merry
Bernard Usher
Pat Finch
David Hammond
Lighting Operator-Shirley Shaw
Prompter-Margaret Hakansson
Production Secretary-Sybil Thompson

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