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Group Bookings

Booking your group tickets has never been easier for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, with a new group rate available for bookings of 10+ people. Contact the box office below to secure your tickets now.

£49.50* PER PART FOR GROUPS OF 10+

*Rates valid on £75 / £67.50 seats on Wednesday performances only. Rate is available during off-peak weeks only and excludes all school holidays and peak weeks, please note that some peak weeks also sit within school term time. Subject to availability, exclusions apply. Rates may be removed without notice. Group rate is currently valid for performances from 30th March, 2022.

QUESTIONS

Security checks will be taking place at the Palace Theatre. Please aim to arrive one hour before the start time of each performance in order to ensure that you are seated in good time; there are bars and an official merchandise kiosk to enjoy before the show, and latecomers will not be admitted. No suitcases or large bags (above 41 x 31 x 16cm) will be allowed into the theatre building and there will be no storage space immediately outside. Please make arrangements to leave suitcases and large bags elsewhere. All admissible bags will be searched upon each entry to the theatre. Any dangerous items, professional photography, video or audio recording equipment will not be allowed into the building. Personal cameras will be allowed in the building provided they are kept inside bags inside the auditorium. This is a condition of entry. Please note that food or drink purchased outside of the theatre will not be permitted inside the building. Please note that you will be checked prior to admittance for both Parts One and Two, and if you leave the theatre during the interval you will be checked again prior to re-admittance.

Part One, 2 hours and 40 minutes (incl 20 min interval) Part Two, 2 hours and 35 minutes (incl 20 min interval).

Wednesday and Friday Part One performances commence at 2pm and curtain down at 4.40pm, Part Two commences at 7pm and curtain down at 9.35pm.

The show is suitable for ages 10 and up. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket. Babes-in-arms are not admitted to the auditorium. Please note that patrons under the age of 15 should be accompanied by an adult.

This new play presents the eighth story in the Harry Potter series. When originally conceived and workshopped the goal was to match the epic nature of the stories that preceded it in the series, for the London audience to be fully immersed in that storytelling the show was written to be in two Parts.

Part One will only be half the story, so the experience would be incomplete without seeing how the story ends. Likewise, if you only see Part Two you may find it hard to follow the story. For school bookings you have to see both parts consecutively.