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A scene from the West End Production of Harry Potter And The Cursed Child (Photo: Johan Persson)

A scene from the West End Production of Harry Potter And The Cursed Child (Photo: Johan Persson)

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will remain closed in the West End until 2021

Hira Desai

By Hira Desai First Published 10 August 2020, Last Updated 10 August 2020

The record-breaking production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has today announced that it will remain closed in the West End until February 2021.

The news was shared on social media and explained that in light of the government’s recent advice, the cancellation of all performances at the Palace Theatre will be extended to Sunday 21 February 2021. To find out more, please visit the production’s official website here.

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The critically acclaimed production is the most awarded West End play in the history of the Olivier Awards and has been closed since March along with the general closure of all West End theatres due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Since then, a number of productions have announced rescheduled and new opening dates. To find out more, check out our running list of upcoming and rescheduled West End shows here.

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