Allo again for Crofton amateur actors

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Take a trip back to wartime France, sit in Rene’s famous cafe and watch the German soldiers be oblivious to his disasterous attempts at Nazi resistance.

‘Allo ‘Allo, the hit theatre production, is being performed at Crofton Community College, Stubbington for the third time.

Crofton Amateur Dramatic Society are performing the production after their successful run of the show for their tenth anniversary in 2006.

Not only will the audience get the chance to watch first hand the story of the Fallen Madonna painting and her many forgerys, but they will be provided with a cafe style meal after the performance.

Ross Lee, who plays Edith in the comedy and is a founding member of the company, said: ‘We are calling it an ‘interactive theatre experience.’ That way customers feel like they are part of the experience.

She added: ‘We enjoyed it it five years ago when we did it with the food and drink and people enjoyed it so much so we thought we would do it again.

‘We always do comedy productions and try to bring laughter to the community. We enjoy doing it, producing it and building all the stage props.

‘It’s just a really fun evening.’

The show is nearly sold out, with seats only available for the 11 and 17 June.

Tickets: Stubbington, (023) 9265 3701.