The eighth story from the Harry Potter series
The first to be made into an official play
Multi award winning
Tickets are valid for both parts of the play
Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays : Part one at 2pm & Part two at 7pm.
Sundays: Part one at 1pm & Part two at 6:00pm.
No shows on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Part one - 2hrs 40mins.
Part Two - 2hrs 35mins.
Whilst face covering are no longer mandatory, we respectfully ask audience members aged 11 and above to wear a face covering, fully covering the nose and mouth, whilst inside the theatre – except when eating or drinking or if you are exempt.
All over 18s must provide COVID certification (proof of vaccination) or proof of a negative lateral flow test. This will be part of the security check on entry to the building.
Ticket will admit entry to both parts of the two part play.
At least 48 hours before the performance we’ll ask you to check-in online which will involve completing a health questionnaire on behalf of yourself and your party to assist with track and trace. Once completed, we’ll deliver your tickets to your mobile or smart device for contact-free entry to the theatre.
Band A tickets - Seats will be in the Stalls or Dress Circle
Band B tickets - Seats will be in the rear Stalls or Grand Circle.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the multi-award winning play written by BAFTA, Tony and Olivier award-winner Jack Thorne and directed by Olivier and Tony award winner John Tiffany. It is the eight story in the Harry Potter series, based on the stories by JK Rowling, and the first to be turned into an official play.
The Cursed Child is set a short time after Harry and Ginny escorted their three children to Platform 9 ¾ to board the Hogwarts Express. Harry is now an overworked and underpaid employee at the Ministry of Magic, grappling with his past. Albus, his youngest son is struggling with the weight of the Potter family legacy, in the same way that Harry once did. The play sees past and present join together and the darkness that that can bring. The Potter family are about to learn some uncomfortable truths.
Harry is joined by Hermione and Ron, as part of a 42 strong Company, for the critically acclaimed production that is the most awarded West End play in the history of the Olivier Awards. The play is a must-see for all Harry Potter and theatre fans and is split into two parts. Each ticket purchased is valid for both parts. Please select a ticket for the day of your choice. If a ticket is selected for a Wednesday, Saturday, or Sunday, you will view both parts in one day (part one is the matinee and part two is the evening performance). If you would prefer to see part one on one day and part two on another day, you must select a Thursday, you will then see part 2 on the following evening.