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The London cast of Harry Potter And The Cursed Child (Photo: Manuel Harlan)

More tickets to Harry Potter And The Cursed Child announced

Carly-Ann Clements

By Carly-Ann Clements Published July 30, 2018

Tomorrow, the world’s most famous wizard, Harry Potter, turns 38 and the internationally renowned show Harry Potter And The Cursed Child will enter its third year. To mark these momentous occasions, a brand new booking period for the show has been announced.

At 11am on 18 September, tickets will be released for performances from 10 April – 28 July 2019. Like previous booking periods, tickets will be priced from £15 per part and over 300 tickets will be available at £20 or less per part of each performance.

Producers Sonia Friedman and Colin Callender said: “As Harry Potter And The Cursed Child continues to grow, with several new productions worldwide, we are so proud to be celebrating our third year here, in London, at the Palace Theatre, Cursed Child’s first and original home, where it all began. It’s thrilling that we can continue to tell Harry’s story in London, New York, Australia, and beyond, and look forward to welcoming audiences from across the globe.”

The eighth story from JK Rowling’s magical world takes place 19 years after the last book and is told in two parts.

Being Harry Potter has always been hard, and being overworked at the Ministry Of Magic with a young family at home doesn’t make things much easier now. But as Harry struggles with a past that refuses to stay in the past, his youngest son, Albus, has the weight of the family’s name and legacy hanging over him. When past and present come together, both Potters learn that sometimes darkness comes from unexpected places.

The record-breaking stage spectacular – written by Jack Thorne, JK Rowling and John Tiffany – won nine Olivier Awards in 2017. It’s wowed audiences who have travelled to the West End from around the world to see it and this new booking period is set to sell out in no time. So don’t forget to add 18 September to your calendar and to set your alarm for 11am or otherwise, you’ll miss out.

 

 

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