Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Tickets
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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - The story of the boy wizard continues!
Step into the enchanting world of magic once again as the journey of the Boy Who Lived continues in "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child." This critically acclaimed two-part play, penned by the illustrious Jack Thorne, a recipient of BAFTA, Tony, and Olivier awards, and brought to life under the masterful direction of Olivier and Tony Award winner, John Tiffany, marks the eighth captivating chapter in the iconic Harry Potter saga and stands as the inaugural tale to grace the grand stage. Set to a hauntingly beautiful musical score crafted by Grammy Award winner Imogen Heap and bringing together an ensemble of 42 accomplished artists, marks a glorious milestone and makes "The Cursed Child" the most decorated West End production in the history of the Olivier Awards.
Embark on a journey through time as "The Cursed Child" unfolds shortly after Harry and Ginny ushered their trio of children onto the mystical Platform 9 ¾ to board the iconic Hogwarts Express, as seen in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. In this new and thrilling tale, Harry finds himself navigating the demanding corridors of the Ministry of Magic, while wrestling with his own painfully haunting history. The plot also follows Albus, his youngest son, as he grapples with the weight of the Potter legacy and faces struggles echoing those his father faced in his own youth – will he live up to his name or will befriending the Malfoy boy rumoured to be "Voldemort’s son" set him apart from his family’s great name? The play’s narrative seamlessly merges past and present, forging an alliance with the shadows that often lurk within. As revelations come to light, the Potter family is forced to confront profound and unsettling truths. Joined, as always, by his faithful life-long friends Ron and Hermione, embark on a mystical journey with the Boy Who Lived once more, and reconnect with the magic that Is Harry Potter.
Since its opening curtain in 2016, Jack Thorne's masterpiece has evolved into a global sensation, captivating audiences from Broadway to the West End. On London's vibrant theatre scene, it has garnered a staggering 11 Olivier Award nominations, securing a remarkable nine victories, including crowns for Best New Play, Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Set Design. This play is a must-see spectacle for both Hogwarts alumni, young wizards and witches still awaiting their letter and theatre-enthusiasts alike – it's a magical experience you’ll never forget.
The Cursed Child is set a short time after Harry and Ginny escorted their three children to Platform 9 ¾ to board the Hogwarts Express. Harry is now an overworked and underpaid employee at the Ministry of Magic, grappling with his past. Albus, his youngest son is struggling with the weight of the Potter family legacy, in the same way that Harry once did. The play sees past and present join together and the darkness that that can bring. The Potter family are about to learn some uncomfortable truths.
The play is a must-see for all Harry Potter and theatre fans and is split into two parts. Each ticket purchased is valid for both parts. Please select a ticket for the day of your choice.
Palace Theatre Box Office – Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 5AY
Our tickets are the best in theatre! We sell tickets to BAND A, meaning you'll be buying Stalls or Dress Circle.
Your tickets also include both parts of the play:
- Part one: 2hrs 40mins. Part Two: 2hrs 35mins.
DAYS & TIMES
Wednesday, Friday and Sundays
- Wednesday / Friday:
Part one 2pm
Part two 7pm
Part one 1pm
Part two 6pm
- Theatre Fanatics
Palace Theatre, 113 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 5AY
Tottenham Court Road (5 min walk)
Leicester Square (4 min walk)
Piccadilly Circus (7 min walk)
14, 19, 24, 29, 38, 40 and 176.
There is parking available at the theatre for a cost (prices may vary)
Please note that if you are seeing both Parts on the same day, you will not be able to remain in the Palace Theatre between the two Parts, and you must take all of your belongings with you. The break between both Parts is expected to be approximately two hours.
We offer tickets on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday
Wednesday & Friday
Part one - 2pm
Part two - 7pm
Part one - 1pm
Part two - 6pm
The show is suitable for ages 10 and up. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket. Babes-in-arms are not admitted to the auditorium. Please note that patrons under the age of 15 should be accompanied by an adult.
Are there any planned performances for patrons with special access needs?
There are Captioned and Audio Described performances. Please ask at the box office for more information
I have physical access needs, who do I talk to about where I sit?
Please note that access seats have been set aside for each performance. We will do our best to make sure we get you a seat for the performance of your choice or as close as possible.
- Bars: Bars are available on all seating levels of the theatre.
- Toilets: Men’s and women’s toilets are available on all levels of the auditorium. An adapted toilet is available on the Stalls level.
- Access: Access spaces are located in the Stalls. Call the access line for booking.
- Air Conditioning: No, this theatre does not have air conditioning.
- Booster Seats: Booster seats are not available at this venue.
- Cloakroom: Two cloakrooms are available at this venue.