Accio theatre! There’s magic in every moment at Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the most awarded play in history. See the eighth and latest Harry Potter story told in the West End. Book Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets on TodayTix today.
From the moment you step foot in the Palace Theatre, you’ll be transported to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. During the two-part play, there’s spells and tricks around every corner that defy belief. Plus, it’s a chance to reunite with Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger; the wizarding trio captured the hearts of a generation, and now they do so on stage.
It’s no surprise then that the original London premiere of Jack Thorne and J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child got 11 Olivier Award nominations, the most a play has ever received. After winning nine awards including Best New Play, the show also set a record for most Olivier wins by a play.
London Theatre raved about the show, saying the show “inspires and encourages a whole new generation to make theatre part of their lives.” Once you’ve seen Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, you’re encouraged to #KeepTheSecrets, so we won’t reveal too much about what happens. But Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is not just a piece of theatre. It’s definitive proof that magic exists.
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.
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Part One: 2 hours 45 minutes & Part Two: 2 hours 35 minutes
October 14th, 2021
Suitable for ages 10+
533 reviews on Show-Score
Part One: 2 hours 45 minutes
Part Two: 2 hours 35 minutes
Please aim to arrive one hour before the start time of each performance in order to ensure that you are seated in good time. There are bars and an official merchandise kiosk to enjoy before the show, and latecomers will not be admitted. No suitcases or large bags (above 41 x 31 x 16cm) will be allowed into the theatre building and there will be no storage space immediately outside. Please make arrangements to leave suitcases and large bags elsewhere. All admissible bags will be searched upon each entry to the theatre.
Any dangerous items, professional photography, video or audio recording equipment will not be allowed into the building. Personal cameras will be allowed in the building provided they are kept inside bags inside the auditorium. This is a condition of entry. Please note that food or drink purchased outside of the theatre will not be permitted inside the building. You will be checked prior to admittance for both Parts One and Two, and if you leave the theatre during the interval you will be checked again prior to re-admittance.
Suitable for ages 10+ Under 15’s must be accompanied by an adult
Tickets purchased are for the same seats in consecutive performances of Part One and Part Two. Please note that patrons under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult.
Please note: If you book the First Part on 17th October 2023 7:00pm, Part Two will be on 18th October 2023 7:00pm
By: Jack Thorne, based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany
Producer: Sonia Friedman Productions, Colin Callender’s Playground Entertainment and Harry Potter Theatrical Productions
Director: John Tiffany
Cast list: Sam Crane, Frances Grey, Thomas Grant, Thomas Aldridge, Michelle Gayle, Grace Wylde, James Howard, Adam Wadsworth, Gabriel Akamo, Troy Alexander, Harry Ames, David Annen, Sue Appleby, Fletcher Bell, Sabina Cameron, Phil Cheadle, Robert Curtis, Tim Dewberry, Iskandar Eaton, Lewis Edgar, Max Forde, Jack Gardner, Jemma Gould, Lottie Grey, Kelton Hoyland, April Hughes, Max Hutchinson, Rafferty Isons, Emma Louise Jones, Alice Langton-Farrell Tom Mackean, David Mara, Henry Maynard, Kathryn Meisle, Abbiegail Mills, Harry Munson, Gigi Noel-King, Melaina Pecorini, Niamh Perry, Ruchi Rai, Ian Redford, Rosalind Steele, Tom Storey, Joshua Talbot, Susan Vidler, Wreh-asha Walton
Lighting: Neil Austin
Sound: Gareth Fry
Design: Christine Jones
Choreography: Steven Hoggett
Costume: Katrina Lindsay
Location: West End
Railway station: Charing Cross
Bus numbers: (Shaftesbury Avenue) 14, 19, 38; (Charing Cross Road) 24, 29, 176
Night bus numbers: (Shaftesbury Avenue) 14, N5, N19, N20, N38; (Charing Cross Road) 24, 176, N29, N41, N279
Car park: Chinatown (3mins)
Directions from tube: (5mins) Take Charing Cross Road until you reach the crossroads with Shaftesbury Avenue.
What does Harry Potter and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child have in common? They both share a birthday! In the books, Harry Potter was born on 31 July 1980, and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child was released on 31 July 2016. Clearly, it’s a magical date in the diary. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child transformed the West End; it was the only two-part play in the West End when it premiered, and became an immediate sell-out.
Watch out for the magic illusions in the show, courtesy of Jamie Harrison and Chris Fisher. We’re keeping the secrets, so you’ll have to see the show for yourself. Cursed Child continues to play to packed crowds, and audiences escape to Hogwarts for a full day when seeing the show.
If you’ve already sat under the sorting hat and know your Hogwarts house, why not see a House-themed version of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child? Enter a Palace Theatre adorned in Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, or Slytherin colours and wear your Hogwarts clothes with pride.
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We’re not going to tell you! As we’re keeping the secrets, you’ll have to book tickets to see the show for yourself. Get your tickets and head to the Palace Theatre now.
Wands at the ready! Step into the Wizarding World of Harry Potter for the much-anticipated continuation of the beloved book series, set nineteen years later. Magic will come to life before your very eyes in this spellbinding two-part adventure with Harry, Ron, and Hermione.
Harry Potter And The Cursed Child: Both Parts runs for Part One: 2 hours 45 minutes & Part Two: 2 hours 35 minutes.
Harry Potter And The Cursed Child: Both Parts is at the Palace Theatre, which is located in London, United Kingdom, W1D 5AY.
Harry Potter And The Cursed Child: Both Parts tickets start at £36.
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Suitable for ages 10+
Jack Thorne wrote "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child," adapting an original new story by J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany, and Jack Thorne. The play, set in the wizarding world of Harry Potter, is a sequel to the original book series.
John Tiffany (Once) directed "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child," bringing the magical world of Harry Potter to the stage. He won an Olivier Award for his direction of the play.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child can be enjoyed by people of all ages but is recommended for those over the age of 10.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a thrilling continuation of the Harry Potter series seventeen years later. Including impressive illusions, you won’t want to miss the magic unfolding at the Palace Theatre. In a five-star review, London Theatre raved about the show: “This is absolutely tremendous family entertainment that brilliantly and evocatively brings Harry Potter from the page to the stage.”
Yes, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is presented as a two-part stage play. The show is divided into two parts and four acts, made to be seen consecutively.
No, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is not a musical. It is a two-part stage play that continues the story of the "Harry Potter" series. Award-winning musician Imogen Heap composed the Grammy-nominated score for the play. Heap’s instrumental musical suites are vital in adding another layer of storytelling to the show.
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