Opened: 7th June 2015
Booking Period: 29th September 2019
Show Times: Part One: Wednesday and Saturday 14:00, Sunday 13:00, Thursday 19:30; Part Two: Wednesday and Saturday 19:30, Sunday 18:30, Friday 19:30
Running Time: Part One: 2 hours 40 minutes; Part Two: 2 hours 35 minutes
Venue: Palace Theatre
Having been a worldwide phenomenon on the page and on the big screen, the magical world of Harry Potter has been reimagined for the stage. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a play following on from the epilogue written at the end of the final Harry Potter book, the Deathly Hallows. This play was developed by J K Rowling, Jack Throne and John Tiffany and is making its world premiere in the West End’s Palace Theatre.
Leading and Supporting
Jamie Ballard as Harry Potter
Nicola Alexis as Hermione
Thomas Aldridge as Ron
Susie Trayling as Ginny
Joe Idris-Roberts as Albus
Helen Aluko as Rose
James Howard as Draco
Jonathan Case as Scorpius
Ensemble and Swing
Rosemary Annabella Nkrumah, David Annen, Jordan Bamford, Emma Bown, Adrian Christopher, Craig Connolly, Danny Dalton, Leah Haile, April Hughes, Martin Johnston, Gareth Kennerley, Susan Lawson-Reynolds, Barry McCarthy, Sandy McDade, James McGregor, Ryan J Mackay, Annette McLaughlin, David Mara, Dylan Mason, Tom Peters, James Phoon, Eve Ponsonby, Kate Russell-Smith, Sinead Sharkey, Amarah-Jae St. Aubyn, Mark Theodore and Joshua Wyatt
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is showing at the Palace Theatre and is currently booking until 29th September 2019. The Palace Theatre opened in January 1891 as the Royal English Opera House but was renamed the Palace in 1911. It was home to numerous, very successful musicals.
To buy tickets for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the best place to book is through the play’s website where you have the option to book through ATG or Nimax who are the official partners for this production. For more information on your visit to the Palace Theatre, read our guide.
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