Say Allo Allo again in Sheffield to classic TV comedy with Rene and co

Spend an evening with some of the best-loved characters of British TV comedy and their crazy, over-the-top antics in war-torn France in Allo Allo.

Thursday, 7th February 2019, 19:35 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 19:41 pm
Tudor Players' Sheffield stage adaptation of TV comedy Allo Allo

Bringing the hilarious and nostalgic stage adaptation of Jeremy Lloyd and David Croft’s ever-popular and long-running series to the stage, join Tudor Players as they re- create some of the most iconic characters to grace our  television screens .

Rene, Edith, Yvette, Crabtree, Michelle and many more f amiliar faces  are lovingly brought back to life by the Tudor cast, as directed by Philip Gascoyne.

This show contains plenty of innuendo, much of it featuring the famous Fallen Madonna with the Big Boobies painting that everyone is trying to steal, and at least four Hitlers.

The group’s publicity officer Marcus Newman said: "Come and enjoy an entertaining throwback to the golden age of British comedy.”

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Tudor Players were last at the Library Theatre last October with a highly successful and acclaimed run of Ben Hur.

Allo Allo is at the Library Theatre, Sheffield from February 12 to 15.

Tickets are £10 or £9 concessions.

 For more details and bookings, email or call 0114  285 3450.