Five ways to get tickets to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in London
Tickets for the London production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child are currently on sale to 7 April 2019.
We’ve listed five ways to get tickets to see the eighth Harry Potter story live on stage in London.
Regular Ticket Releases
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Returns and Late-Release Tickets
Tickets at all price levels become available on a regular basis every week. These tickets can be obtained from our ticketing partners Nimax and ATG Tickets via our ticketing page. As these tickets can pop up at any time, sometimes at short notice, we advise that you keep checking the website!
At 1pm every Friday, we release 40 tickets for every performance the following week through the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Website. The tickets are in some of the best seats in the theatre at an amazingly low price of £40 (£20 per part). All you need to do to enter is go to the Friday Forty page to enter the queue and be in with the chance of purchasing.
In person at the box office
The box office at the Palace Theatre is open every day 10am to 6pm so if you are in London it is always worth checking in person if they have any returns or late-release tickets available.
If you are travelling from further afield or want to make your trip more memorable with a longer stay in London, we have hotel packages available through our two official hotel and ticket package partners, Capital Breaks and Show and Stay.
VIP packages are also available via our official hospitality partner, Mark Butler Associates.
We work very hard with our ticketing partners to make sure our tickets are purchased by real fans and theatregoers, not by bots or touts. So please help us in our quest by not selling or purchasing your tickets via third party or re-sale site. Only tickets sold via our official ticketing partners are able to be guaranteed as genuine tickets, and we encourage you to only purchase from the official website and not from secondary sellers, as tickets offered may not be genuine. Please note that we reserve the right to refuse admission to customers with tickets purchased on re-sale websites.
Tickets purchased through either of our official ticketing platforms must not be sold or advertised for sale on the internet, in newspapers or elsewhere. Any ticket advertised for sale in this way will be automatically void. Any customers wishing to return their tickets can do this up to 14 days in advance for a refund. For more details on how to do this please click here.