Tickets for Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Parts I and II are now on sale through priority booking until 8 January 2017 after tickets for the initial 16-weeks of the show’s run sold out earlier today.
The highly anticipated production went on sale at 11:00, with tickets for performances from 7 June to 18 September 2016 selling out in a matter of hours.
Only those who registered for priority booking can take advantage of the additional 16 weeks of performances, which are now on sale through the show’s website.
Those eager to see the much-talked-about production in its first months in the capital will still be able to try their luck in the weekly and daily lotteries. The weekly draw will see 20 tickets for each performance released online every Friday at 13:00, with a further 20 tickets for each performance made available at the Palace Theatre’s box office in the daily draw.
The eighth story in the hugely popular wizarding series, Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Parts I and II is brought to the stage by the books’ bestselling author J K Rowling alongside Let The Right One In creators Jack Thorne and John Tiffany.
Picking up where the final book left off, the two-part stage play follows Harry, now the father of three school-age children and an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic, as he grapples with a past that refuses to stay where it belongs. His youngest son Albus struggles with the weight of a family legacy he never wanted, and both father and son learn the uncomfortable truth that darkness sometimes comes from unexpected places.
The production will open at the Palace Theatre following the current run of Jamie Lloyd-directed hit The Commitments and the return of Olivier Award-winning psychological illusionist Derren Brown with his new show Miracle.
If you’re already signed up to priority booking and want to grab yourself a ticket to Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Parts I and II, visit www.harrypottertheplay.com