The Scarecrows' Wedding


Betty O'Barley and Harry O'Hay are excellent scarecrows. Their wedding plans are all coming together until Harry leaves Betty's side and the devilishly smooth Reginald Rake tries to take Harry's place.
The Scarecrows' Wedding at Leicester Square Theatre

Image courtesy Helen Maybanks


Overview


Genre: Kids/ family
Venue: Leicester Square Theatre
Starts: Saturday 20 July 2019
Closes: Sunday 1 September 2019
Running time:0 hr 55 mins
Age suitability: 3+

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Synopsis


The team behind Stick Man present the best wedding ever, the best wedding yet…


Betty O'Barley and Harry O'Hay are excellent scarecrows.


Their wedding plans are all coming together until Harry leaves Betty's side and the devilishly smooth Reginald Rake tries to take Harry's place.


Will Harry make it back in time to save their special day?


This heart-warming and award-winning adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler's bestselling book is bursting at the seams with Scamp Theatre's inimitable style.


This epic love story promises wit, drama and wedding bells!


Packed with live music and laughter, this is one hour's magic that you and your children will never forget!


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Theatre


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Postal address:
6 Leicester Place
London WC2H 7BX

Box office tel: 08448 733433

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Dates


Previews from:Saturday 20 July 2019

Closes:Sunday 1 September 2019

Performance days & times


Evening:

Wednesday ‑ 11‑00am, 1‑30pm

Thursday ‑ 11‑00am, 1‑30pm

Friday ‑ 11‑00am, 1‑30pm

Saturday ‑ 11‑00am, 1‑30pm

Sunday ‑ 11‑00am, 1‑30pm


Matinee:
-

Tickets


Standard:
£21

Concessions:

£16 Child


£59.00 Family (4 tickets, with maximum of 2 adults)


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Creatives


Author: Based on the book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler
Production: Scamp Theatre

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