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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Tickets

Palace Theatre, London
Running time: Part One: 2hr 40min (inc. 20min interval), Part Two: 2hr 35min (inc. 20min interval)
Age Restrictions: Suitable for ages 10+. Babes-in-arms are not admitted into the auditorium. All patrons under the age of 15 must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.
Tickets from £36.00

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Experience the spellbinding world of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in London.

Based on an original, new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, Harry Potter And The Cursed Child is a new play by Jack Thorne.

Produced by Sonia Friedman Productions, Colin Callender’s Playground Entertainment and Harry Potter Theatrical Productions.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, will be directed by John Tiffany with movement by Steven Hoggett, set designs by Christine Jones, costumes by Katrina Lindsay, lighting by Neil Austin, music by Imogen Heap, sound by Gareth Fry and special effects by Jeremy Chernick.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a play told in four acts (two parts). When booking your tickets through our interactive seating plan, you will automatically be booking for both parts at the same time and for the same exact seats. This represents the first time that muggle ticket buyers have the chance to select their seats from an online seating plan. Venue Dispatch: Please note you will be contacted by the venue 24-48 hours before the performance with instructions on how to check-in and retrieve your e-ticket

Venue information

Palace Theatre
Palace Theatre
Shaftesbury Avenue
London
W1D 5AY

The Palace Theatre, London, is an imposing red-brick building that dominates the west side of Cambridge Circus.

Commissioned by Richard D'Oyly Carte in the late 1880's, it was designed by Thomas Collcutt. D'Oyly Carte intended it to be the home of English grand opera, much as his Savoy Theatre had become the home of light opera with the Gilbert and Sullivan series. The foundation stone, laid by his wife Helen in 1888, can still be seen on the facade of the theatre, almost at ground level to the right of the entrance.

The Royal English Opera opened in January 1891 with Arthur Sullivan's Ivanhoe. No expense was spared to make the production a success, including a double cast and "every imaginable effect of scenic splendour" (Hesketh Pearson, ''Gilbert and Sullivan''). It ran for 160 performances.

However, this was not enough to sustain the venture and D'Oyly Carte sold the theatre within a year, and it was renamed the Palace Theatre of Varieties. The name was changed to The Palace Theatre in 1911.

On March 11, 1925 the musical comedy No, No, Nanette opened at the Palace Theatre starring Binnie Hale. The run of 665 performances made it the third longest running West End musical of the 1920s.

The Palace Theatre was also the venue for Fred Astaire's final stage musical Gay Divorce which opened there on November 2, 1933.

The last years of the twentieth century saw two exceptional runs for The Palace tickets: Jesus Christ Superstar and Les Misérables. The latter ran for eighteen years, having transferred from the Barbican Centre on December 4, 1985. The show is still running at the Queen's Theatre just 100m further up Shaftesbury Avenue, having transferred in April 2004.

Following the transfer of Les Miserables, the theatre was greatly refurbished, marble walls uncovered, restored, repainted, fired with new chandeliers, cleaned etc. This was followed by a short 6-week season of illusionist Derren Brown following his successful UK tour.

Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Woman in White received its world premiere at The Palace Theatre, London, on 15 September 2004 and ran for 19 months to 25 February 2006. The show starred Maria Friedman and Michael Crawford originally with subsequent casts including Ruthie Henshall, Michael Ball, Anthony Andrews, Simon Callow and David Burt.

Also premiered at the theatre were, the London premiere of Monty Python's Spamalot on 2 October 2006 which was followed by Priscilla, Queen of The Desert The Muscial

Travel by train: Charing Cross. Nearest tube: Leicester Square/Tottenham Court Road

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