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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Tickets for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Palace Theatre (London)
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Everyone is familiar with the phenomenal Harry Potter books or critically acclaimed films in one way or another... but have you felt the magic of a spellbinding live stage performance?  Playwright Jack Thorne and director John Tiffany bring the enchanting wizarding world of Harry Potter to life on stage with Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the eighth story in the series by J.K Rowling. Buy your tickets now for this smash-hit show!


Having broken records with its astounding nine Olivier awards, including Best New Play and Best Director in 2019, this critically acclaimed production is a must-see for any ardent Harry Potter fans. Be utterly stupefied with this riddikulus theatrical experience! 

Running Time  

Part 1: 2h40 (including interval) 

Part 2: 2h35 (including interval) 

Recommended age: 10+ 

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Stood on platform nine and three quarters waiting for the Hogwarts Express, Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley send their son Albert Severus Potter off on his first day at Hogwarts. Hermione Granger, now the Minister of Magic, alongside husband Ron Weasley also wave off their daughter, Rose Granger-Weasley. Nineteen years ago, when they saved the wizarding world, they were all about to take the very same train…  


When Albus, son of the heroic Harry Potter, is sorted into Slytherin, he astounds the whole school. Drifting from his cousin Rose, who was sorted into Gryffindor, he forms a somewhat surprising friendship with Scorpius Malfoy, who like Albus, is bullied by other students for being Voldemort’s supposed child. 


Using a newly adapted time-turner, which is obtained by Harry, Albus and Scorpius embark on a quest to save Cedric Digory and find themselves meddling with time in a way that could change history forever... 

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets range from £15 to £160. It depends on whether you are planning on seeing one part or two parts - cheapest tickets for just the first part are £15 whereas two parts are £30. There are also some premium tickets for £99.50. 


The Palace Theatre is a very large theatre with a capacity of 1,400 seats. The theatre is split into the Stalls, the Dress Circle, the Grand Circle and The Balcony. The best seats in the house are located in the centre of the Stalls as well as in the Dress Circle.  

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Cheap Tickets and Discounts

If you do not manage to get a ticket straight away, keep checking the website for returned tickets and other tickets which have been released later.  

If you are looking for cheaper tickets, these can be found in the balcony, which is furthest back from the stage as well as the Grand Circle. Some seats closer to the handrail and to the sides of the Dress Circle are also cheaper due to restricted viewing.   

Group Tickets 

Group tickets of 7+ are available for this show - you can email or to ask about group tickets.    
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The Palace Theatre London

Getting there  

The easiest way to access the Palace Theatre is by car. However you can also easily reach it by car. The full address of the theatre is:  

Shaftesbury Avenue, 


W1D 5AY 


Tube: the theatre is close to Leicester Square underground (Piccadilly and Northern lines) and Covent Garden (Picciilly, Bakerloo). These tube stations also link to national rail stations such as Kings Cross and Euston. Charing Cross is only a 10 minute walk away.  


Bus: Bus routes 14, 19, 24, 29, 38, 40, 176 stop near Shaftesbury Avenue.  


Car: if you are driving, you can park in the Q-park in Chinatown. It usually costs £20 for up to four hours, but you can enjoy half-prices theatre discount so present your theatre tickets when you arrive. It is worth noting that the theatre is within the London Congestion Charge Zone.  



When you enter the main entrance of the Palace theatre, it is 2 steps up from street level which leads directly to the foyer. There is a drop=off point close to this entrance.  

You can also use the entrance on Shaftesbury Avenue which is for the Box Office. If you are sitting in the Stalls, this entrance is the best option as it is 3 steps down to the seating area which has wheelchair spaces.  


Unfortunately, there is no customer lift and all areas of the theatre must be accessed by stairs.  


The designated access seats are in the Stalls V3, V28,72. Please call   0330 333 4815 or email: to book these in advance. We recommend that you book these seats and take the entrance on Shaftesbury Avenue.  


The Dress Circle, The Grand Circle and The Balcony are much more difficult to access for wheelchair users or those with limited mobility due to the large amount of stairs to meet them.


Customer Assistance  

Staff are there to help and will assist any customers who wish to take an alternative entrance. Staff will also provide an at-sear service.  

If you wish you transfer, these are possible at any seat. Although you must bring a companion if you wish to do a transfer, staff are there to assist. The Palace Theatre are happy to store wheelchairs during the performance. 

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Dates and Showtimes

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will be running from November 2019 until August 2020.  


Wednesday: 14:00, 19:30 

Thursday: 19:30 

Friday: 19:30 

Saturday: 14:00, 19:30 

Sunday: 13:00, 18:30 

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Useful Information

The play will be presented in two parts. You can either choose to watch just one part or book both parts and try to watch them consecutively.  

Running Time:  

Part 1: 2h40 (including interval) 

Part 2: 2h35 (including interval) 

Recommended age: 10+ 

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child London

While Harry Potter and the Cursed Child previously ran on Broadway and plans to move around many other countries, it is now in London for a long period of time.   

The cast for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child London is as follows:  

Ron: Thomas Aldridge, Harry: Jamie Ballard,Scorpius: Jonathan Case, Hermione: Michelle Gayle, Draco: James Howard, Rose: Rayxia Ojo, Albus: Dominic Short, Ginny: Susie Trayling 

Ensemble : Lola Adaja, David Annen, Valerie Antwi, Emma Bown, Adrian Christopher, Craig Connolly, Robert Curtis, Tim Dewberry, Rachelle Diedericks, Blythe Duff, Antony Eden, Jim Fish, Thomas Gilbey, Elliot Grihault, Rosie Hilal, Joseph Horsford, Mia Hudson, William Lawlor, Susan Lawson-Reynolds, Ronnie Lee, Ryan J Mackay, Lucy Mangan, David Mara, Barry McCarthy, Marcus McKinlay, Kathryn Meisle, Gordon Millar, Duncan Shelton, Molly Shenker, Luke Sumner,  Mark Theodore,  Emma-May Uden, Madeleine Walker and Maddy Yates. 

Due to actors taking annual leave, these actors could change depending on the performance. 

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Part 1 Thurs & Part 2 Fri 19:30

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Palace Theatre

89 Charing Cross Rd, Soho, London W1D 5HA, United Kingdom, London1

1NOTE: approximate address. The only address that is completely valid is the one shown on the tickets


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