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Betty O’Barley and Harry O’Hay invite you to . . .

The best wedding ever, the best wedding yet,
The wedding that no one will ever forget.

Betty O’Barley and Harry O’Hay are excellent scarecrows (they scare a lot of crows). Harry loves Betty, and Betty loves Harry, so they decide to get married and Harry sets off to search for their wedding day essentials including a dress of feathers, a bunch of flowers and a necklace made from shells.

However, when the farmer notices he is missing a scarecrow, he replaces Harry with the devilishly smooth but dangerous Reginald Rake. Dashing, daring and ever so cool, can Reginald persuade Betty that he is the scarecrow for her? Will Harry make it back in the nick of time before Reginald ruins their special day?

This truly heart-warming adaptation of Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler’s bestselling book is bursting at the seams with Scamp Theatre’s inimitable style (Stick Man, Tiddler & Other Terrific Tales) and promises wit, drama, and wedding bells!

This epic love story is suitable for all aged 3+

“Enchanting and hilarious. Bags of sheer family fun” ★★★★ The Stage

“Charming and cheerful. These scarecrows will make every child smile” ★★★★ Daily Mail

“As thrilling as any of the big and joyous West End musicals” ★★★★ London Theatre 1

“Playful and delightful” ★★★★ Reviews Hub

“Scamp Theatre’s productions are a pleasure for the child in us all” Evening Standard*

“I am delighted that Scamp Theatre have given their magic touch to The Scarecrows’ Wedding” Julia Donaldson, author and former Children’s Laureate.*


All children, including babes-in-arms, must have a ticket for admission to comply with licensing regulations. For all shows not directly aimed at children under 2 – Admission for under 12 months of age is free with a valid ticket, children aged 12 to 24 months are charged £3. Children aged over 2 are charged the advertised children’s price. Parents are advised to check age guidelines in advance as not all performances are suitable for children.

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