The comic adventures of a group of misfits who form an extremely bad concert party touring the hot and steamy jungles of Burma entertaining the troops during World War II.
The concert party take refuge from a rainstorm in a ruined temple and fall victim to a fanatical native sect.
When the army runs out of "that stuff they put in our tea" the men cannot stop thinking about women. Colonel Reynolds tries to see Mrs Waddilove-Evans when her husband is not home.
The concert party is sent to the palace of the Maharajah of Bharatpur to protect him.
A performance in the Kama Sutra Club gets the concert party and the Battery Sergeant Major into trouble.
The concert party's plane makes a crash landing, and the men realise they could be behind enemy lines.
Sergeant Williams tempts the wrath of the gods by ejecting a revered holy man from the parade ground.
Bombardier Beaumont tries different ways to get sent home.
The men from the Concert Party get to act in an American war movie, but can they stomach the American view of the war?
It's time for the men from the Concert Party to start the return journey to Britain. Everyone is supposed to have injections before setting off. The vaccine runs out before Lofty gets his jabs, so he has to stay behind when the others begin their journey. A new batch of vaccine turns up after the others have left, so Lofty is given his injections and, accompanied by the Char Wallah, he sets off to try to catch up with the main evacuation party.
Sergeant Major Williams tries to break up the concert party by promoting Gunner Graham.
The concert party try to stop the attempts on the life of the Maharajah of Bharatpur.