'Allo Dad at the Badhuistheater

'Allo Dad at the Badhuistheater

Sep 25, 2020Sep 27, 2020
Various times (see below for schedule)
Badhuistheater, Boerhaaveplein 28, 1091AT
17,50 euros

Badhuistheater International is back. Get a load of the stage version of the classic and crazy English comedy ‘Allo ‘Allo mixed with the comedy Dad’s Army! Watch as totally new episodes that have never been seen on stage before are performed.

In their own words, "Badhuistheater has gone Brexit Barmy!" The Badhuistheater has had enormous success in the last years with their Blackadder, Good soldier Svejk and previously unknown 'Allo 'Allo episodes. Now, they have created a double bill of comedy! 

‘Allo ‘Allo meets Dad’s Army - Background information

The protagonist René and the others welcome you to the iconic café in wartime France. In the play 'Allo Dad, you'll meet all your favourite characters from not only ‘Allo ‘Allo, ​​​​​​but also Dad’s Army. The actors from Mike’s Badhuistheater perform a charming production of this unique comedy hybrid.

Part one takes place in France in 1942. René is forced to send a long-distance duck to England, with Hitler's invasion plans. In part two, on the south coast of England in 1942, Captain Mainwaring is rehearsing a traditional English folk dance to raise money to buy a Spitfire, to attack the fascist invaders.

In short, all plans on each side of the English Channel are doomed to fail. There's guaranteed hilarity on all fronts!

Dates and times

  • Friday, September 25 at 8.15pm
  • Saturday, September 26 at 6pm 
  • Saturday, September 26 at 8.30pm
  • Sunday, September 27 at 4pm

About Mike’s Badhuistheater

Mike’s Badhuistheater is a charming old bathhouse-turned-theatre that presents performing arts, music, dance and literature in a fun and social manner. There is lots of room for international productions, and the ever-friendly atmosphere makes for a great night of culture.

Buy your tickets

Tickets to 'Allo Dad are 17,50 euros and are available via the Badhuistheater website

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