Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Address:
Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, London
Box Office:
0207 434 0909

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
30th July 2016 to 19th January 2020
Part 1 — 2 PM (Wed, Sat); 7.30 PM (Thu); 1 PM (Sun)
Part 2 — 7.30 PM (Wed, Fri, Sat); 6.30 PM (Sun)
Running time:
Part 1 -- 2 hours 40 mins, with interval
Part 2 -- 2 hours 35 mins, with interval
Tickets & Cost:
£15 to £80. See harrypottertheplay.com
Note: This show is not suitable for children under the age of 10

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Director: John Tiffany; Written by: JK Rowling, Jack Thorne, John Tiffany; Cast: (the cast may change on different dates) Thomas Aldridge, Helen Aluko, Rosemary Annabella Nkrumah, David Annen, Franc Ashmen, Jamie Ballard, Jordan Bamford, Emma Brown, Jonathan Case, Adrian Christopher, Craig Connolly, Danny Dalton, Leah Haile, James Howard, April Hughes, Joe Idris-Roberts, Martin Johnston, Gareth Kennerley, Susan Lawson-Reynolds, Barry Mccarthy, Sandy Mcdade, James Mcgregor, Ryan Mackay, Annette McLoughlin, David Mara, Dylan Mason, Tom Peters, James Phoon, Eve Ponsonby, Kate Russell-Smith, Sinead Sharkey, Amarah-Jae St Aubyn, Mark Theodore, Susie Trayling, Joshua Wyatt

This is a brand-new Harry Potter story by JK Rowling herself, which follows on from the end of the books.

Harry Potter is now a husband, 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 is soon struggling with his family's legacy. As Harry's past catches up with him he learns that darkness can sometimes come from unexpected places.

The story has been split up into two parts, so if you want to see the entire thing then you need to book two completely different shows. 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 show will be shown on the Friday (it's a very strange way to present a play!)

The Times★★★★★ – "It is out of this world, it's magic, and it's a hit" Sunday Times★★★★★ – "The magical marvel we've been waiting for" Financial Times★★★★★ – "For a bunch of muggles the creative team has certainly brewed up a wizard show" Evening Standard★★★★★ – "For once the so-called theatrical event of the year really is just that" Daily Express★★★★★ – "You simply cannot believe the evidence of your own eyes"

 

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