Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Address:
, Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, London 51.513205 -0.129836
Dates & Time:
to
7.30 PM (Wed to Sat)
2 PM matinees (Wed and Sat); 1 PM (Sun)
Running time:
Part One: 2 hours 40 mins, with interval
Part Two: 2 hours 35 mins, with interval
Tickets & Cost:
£15 to £65. See Theatre show tickets for ‘Harry Potter And The Cursed Child’ at Palace Theatre are available at
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Contact the Palace Theatre box office at +44 (0) 207 434 0909
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Director -- John Tiffany
Written by -- J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, John Tiffany
Cast -- (the cast may change on different dates) Nicola Alexis, Helen Aluko, Jeremy Ang Jones, Rosemary Annabella, Annabel Baldwin, Jack Bennett, Paul Bentall, Anthony Boyle, Sam Clemmett, Morag Cross, Noma Dumezweni, Claudia Grant, James Howard, Chris Jarman, Martin Johnston, Chipo Kureya, James Le Lacheur, Helena Lymbery, Tom Mackley, Barry McCarthy, Sandy McDade, Andrew McDonald, Adam McNamara, Poppy Miller, Tom Milligan, Jack North, Jamie Parker, Alex Price, Stuart Ramsay, Nuno Silva, Cherrelle Skeete, Esther Smith, Paul Thornley, Joshua Wyatt

How surprising is this! This is a new Harry Potter story by JK Rowling herself (together with Jack Thorne and John Tiffany).

The story has been split up into two parts, so if you want to see the whole thing then you have to book two different shows -- you may even have to return on a different day. If you come on a Wednesday, Saturday or Sunday then you can book both parts for the same day, but the second part of Thursdays will be shown on the Friday (it's a very strange way to present a play!)

Harry Potter is now a husband and an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic... and a busy father of three school-age kids. But the past refuses to stay where it belongs, and his youngest son must struggle with a family legacy that he never wanted.

As Harry's past catches up with his present, he learns learns that sometimes, darkness comes from unexpected places.

 

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