Perfect Wedding

One of Samuel French’s ‘most produced’ titles.

Perhaps Robin Hawdon’s most popular play, with several hundred productions worldwide. A wedding day goes disastrously wrong, causing chaos to all concerned.

An appalling situation. A bridegroom wakes on his wedding morning in his own bridal suite, with his bride-to-be about to arrive any moment, and finds a strange girl in bed beside him. What’s more an extremely attractive girl whom, in the depths of his post stag-night hangover, he can’t remotely remember even having been introduced to. Worse - during the ensuing panic to get the stranger dressed and out of the way, the bride arrives, the girl is trapped in the bathroom, the best man pretends the hidden girl is his girl friend, his real girl friend has to be kept ignorant of the fact, and the hotel chamber maid gets mistaken for everybody’s girl friend! By the time the bride’s parents and half the hotel staff get in on the act, the chaos reaches nuclear proportions! It is that rare combination - a riotous comedy and a touching love story at the same time.


  • RACHEL (The Bride)
  • BILL (The Groom)
  • TOM (The Best Man)
  • JUDY (A Girl)
  • JULIE (A Chamber-maid)
  • DAPHNE (The Bride’s Mother)

T he honeymoon suite of a romantic honeymoon hotel set anywhere in the world. Stage left the reception room. A large bow window in the left hand wall gives a glimpse of a church. Centre stage a token ‘wall’ with a connecting door in the upstage portion which leads to the bedroom with an ornate double bed.