Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets are available for purchase! The production will be staged at the Palace Theatre in London’s West End till the 1st of October, 2023. Buy your Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets now to avoid disappointment later!
In 2017, the London production of the play won nine Laurence Olivier Awards including Best New Play, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Best Actor in a Supporting Role, and numerous others, making it the most honoured West End play in Olivier Award history. J. K. Rowling penned the original story.
Jack Thorne wrote the script, and John Tiffany directed Harry Potter and the Cursed Child with Des Kennedy as the associate director. Steven Hoggett managed movement direction, Katrina Lindsay handled costume design and Christine Jones did the set designs. While Imogen Heap produced compositions and arrangements, Neil Austin oversaw lighting design, with Gareth Fry conducting the sound designs for the play. Jamie Harrison handled illusions and magic, with video design by Finn Ross and Ash Woodward.
Note: - The play is split into two parts. You will instantly reserve seats for both halves of the Harry Potter play when booking your tickets through the online seating plan. The Palace Theatre seating chart will show Parts 1 and 2.
Set 19 years after the Battle of Hogwarts in the Second Wizarding War, Harry Potter is the sequel of the beloved book series in the form of a play and continues the story right where the epilogue ends. Watch what happens in this fan-favourite by booking your Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets.
Being Harry Potter has never been easy, and it doesn't get any better now that he is a stressed-out Ministry of Magic employee, a spouse, and the parent of three school-age kids. Albus, Harry's youngest son, must contend with the burden of a family heritage he never desired as his father Harry struggles with a past that won't remain where it belongs. The play goes on to show how darkness appears without notice and how the father and son handle the same. To find out what happens next in the life of the Potter family, buy your Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets.
Book online tickets for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play in London.
Booking Period: Bookings open till 1 Oct 2023
The Palace Theatre, formerly known as the Royal English Opera House, is a West End theatre close to the intersection of Shaftesbury Avenue and Charing Cross Road. The theatre seats 1400 people and was built under the direction of Gilbert and Sullivan opera producer Richard D'Oyly Carte in the late 1880s. Thomas Edward Collcutt designed it with the intention of serving as the base for the English grand opera. A magnificent performance of Arthur Sullivan's opera Ivanhoe marked the theatre's debut in January 1891.
Seating Capacity: 1400
Address: 113 Shaftesbury Ave, London W1D 5AY, United Kingdom
Tube: The closest tube station is Leicester Square on the Northern and Picadilly lines.
Bus: Take busses 14, 19, 38, N19 or N38 to Cambridge Circus, stop D.
Available Facilities: Restrooms, Cloakroom, Bar
Accessibility: Accessible Toilets, Wheelchair Accessible Seating, Assistance and Guide dog-sitting facilities
Security: Please be aware that for your comfort and security all audience members will be subject to security checks upon arrival at the Palace Theatre.
Dress Code: Smart and casual wear or semi-formals are recommended. Keep in mind, that most London theatres are air-conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.
Outside Food: Most theatres do not allow outside food inside the theatres but most of them also have a café or restaurant inside the premises or nearby.
You can easily buy last-minute Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets at www.london-theater-tickets.com.
Booking Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets online will give you the opportunity to select your specific seats, thus, ensuring you do not get stuck with partial view seating. But if you try your luck with lottery tickets, or purchase day seats, your seats will be allocated at the discretion of the Box Office, which can potentially mean partial view seating or split seats.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets opened on 30 July 2016 at Palace Theatre.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child does not have a strict age limit. However, it is most suitable for children aged 10 and above.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is playing at Palace Theatre in London and opened on 30 July 2016.
The running time of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is 2hr 40min (inc. 20min interval) for Part One and 2hr 35min (inc. 20min interval) for Part Two.
19 years after Harry, Ron, and Hermione saved the wizarding world, they’re back on a most extraordinary new adventure – this time, joined by a brave new generation that has only just arrived at the legendary Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Prepare for spectacular spells, a mind-blowing race through time, and an epic battle to stop mysterious forces, all while the future hangs in the balance.
The main stars of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child are Sam Crane as Harry Potter, Frances Grey as Ginny Potter, Thomas Grant as Albus Potter, Thomas Aldridge as Ron Weasley and Michelle Gayle as Hermione Granger.
There is no specific dress code at West End. However, it is prudent to dress in semi-formals or smart casuals and something comfortable. Carry a light sweater or a jacket as the theatre can get a bit chilly.
No, outside food is not allowed while attending Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Most theatres do have a cafeteria or bar inside the premises where you can get snacks and drinks.
Palace Theatre has multiple facilities including restrooms, a cloakroom, and a bar. Wheelchair-accessible seating is available for the audiences during Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Photography, videography, and sound recording are prohibited inside the theatre. Some theatres do have a souvenir shop from where you can purchase pictures of stills of the show.
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