'Allo 'Allo! Meet randy René Artois, the most wanted man in Occupied France. And don't tell the Germans, but you'll find him, Edith, Yvette, Michelle, Mimi, Helga, Herr Flick, Leclerc, Gruber and the rest of the cast at Grangemouth's Bowhouse Community Centre in Tryst Theatre's production of the BBC comedy classic.
Rene's wanted all right. Women want his body, the French Resistance wants his brain…and the Nazis want his sausage!
In a small café in occupied France, Rene, the harassed proprietor, 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, the Madonna with the Big Boobies, in a garlic sausage, which 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 his two sexy waitresses, Yvette and Mimi!
Tryst President Frank Murray, who plays one of the airmen, said: "Listen very carefully. I will say this only once. 'Allo 'Allo is a hilarious comedy with all the characters from the much-loved TV show.
"We're transforming Bowhouse into Café Rene for the three nights. People can book tables and enjoy a glass of wine with the show, which will add to the fun atmosphere."
The show runs in Bowhouse from November 7-9.