TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW
On Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays there will be a matinee performance of Part One at 2pm and an evening performance of Part Two at 7pm. On Sundays there will be a matinee performance of Part One at 1pm and an evening performance of Part Two at 6pm. One ticket will automatically secure you the same seat for both Part One and Part Two on the same day.
If seeing both Parts over consecutive performances does not work for you, you can book separate Parts on Wednesdays and Fridays: this is dependent on availability of each Part you select. This option is currently unavailable for Saturday and Sunday performances which must be booked as consecutive performances.**
We will follow all up-to-date industry and government guidance to ensure you have maximum flexibility to exchange your tickets and confidence in your visit. The wearing of masks or face coverings in the theatre and auditorium is optional if you wish to wear one. We will help re-arrange your visit if you are unable to attend. To request an exchange please complete the online form here at least 48 hours before the performance.
Download the Palace Theatre’s app to pre-order your drinks, snacks and merchandise at any time on the day of your visit. Simply ‘click & collect’ your goodies from the bar on the level you are seated on at a time to suit you. Download the app here.
Please note this page will be regularly updated in collaboration with Nimax Theatres. All ticket holders will be emailed two weeks prior to their selected performance with the latest information on visiting the Palace Theatre.
IMPORTANT SECURITY INFORMATION
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.
Tottenham Court Road (5 min walk)
Leicester Square (4 min walk)
Piccadilly Circus (7 min walk)
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Q-Park participates in a 50% off offer which is valid seven days a week after 12pm for up to 4 hours. To qualify, simply present your car park ticket for validation when you attend a performance at the theatre. Once the ticket is validated, the car park pay machine will automatically charge you half price when paying after the performance at the car park pay machine.
Please note that if you are seeing both Parts on the same day, you will not be able to remain in the Palace Theatre between the two Parts, and you must take all of your belongings with you. The break between both Parts is expected to be approximately two hours.
Is there a booking fee?
Currently, there is no booking fee for this production when booking tickets via the official website.
My tickets have been purchased for someone else. Can I claim the tickets without providing a credit or debit card?
If you are purchasing tickets as a gift, you can do so without the credit or debit card but guests will need to present the original confirmation email to the Box Office when collecting their tickets. If you have purchased tickets via The Friday Forty, these tickets can only be collected by the cardholder and cannot be given as a gift. Click here to download our Gift Certificate.
What payment methods are accepted?
ATG and Nimax accept the following methods of payment: Visa, Visa Debit, Visa Electron, Mastercard, Maestro, American Express Nimax Theatres also accept Delta, Switch, JCB
How do I book tickets?
Tickets for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child are currently on sale for performances through to 1 October 2023. For news on future ticket releases, please sign up to our newsletter.
How much do tickets cost?
Tickets are on sale until 1 October 2023 and are currently priced at £15, £20, £42.50, £57.50, £67.50, £75 or £80 if bought separately; £30, £40, £85, £115, £135, £150 or £160 for a seat for both Part One and Part Two of the play.
A limited number of premium tickets are also available from £99.50 per part.
How many tickets can I book in one transaction?
You may purchase tickets for up to six guests per transaction – either to see both Part One and Part Two together or to see Part One or Part Two separately. Group bookings of 7+ are available through our official ticketing partners. Learn more here. Nimax Groups: Call 0330 333 4817 or email firstname.lastname@example.org ATG Groups: Call 020 7206 1174 or email email@example.com Terms and conditions apply; dates subject to availability.
Can I buy my tickets from somewhere other than the official ticketing partners?
Please note that we reserve the right to refuse admission to customers with tickets purchased on re-sale websites. Tickets purchased through 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.
Please note, the credit or debit card that you used to purchase your ticket, or confirmation email will be required as proof of purchase when you get to the theatre.
What happens if I need to return or cancel my tickets?
If you need to cancel your tickets due to COVID-19 please visit this separate page here.
What happens if there are no tickets available for my preferred performance?
Do keep checking the website as any returned tickets will be added for re-sale. Returned and other late-release tickets may become available at short notice and will be served on a first-come-first-served basis. Please follow our Twitter and Facebook pages for updates on any late-release tickets, or sign up to the newsletter here for updates of when new sets of performances will go on sale.
Where will my seat be?
Click here to see a seating plan of the theatre (not to scale). Please note this is a specific Harry Potter seating plan and may vary to other seating plans available on the internet.
When will I receive my tickets?
Tickets will be supplied electronically 72 hours before the performance.
If you opted for e-tickets or print-at-home tickets, they will be emailed to you after completing check-in. E-tickets can be displayed on your mobile or smart device. Print-at-home tickets can be printed or presented on your mobile or smart device.
If you opted to collect your tickets from the box office or don’t have a smart device please visit the theatre box office on the day of the performance.
If you do not receive your check-in email or your e-tickets before your visit, please visit the box office on the day of the performance and our team will assist you.
If performances are sold out what can I do?
If a performance is showing as sold out, and you cannot attend any dates that have availability, sign up to the newsletter here for updates of when new booking periods of performances will go on sale.
Are there discounts available for groups and schools?
School group tickets are available at a group rate of £20 for groups of 10+ and free ticket for a teacher. To find out more about schools bookings visit our schools page here.
I can’t find my original confirmation email. What should I do?
Please contact either Nimax or ATG, the ticketing partner that you booked your tickets with. If you booked with Nimax, you can access your confirmation by following the steps below. Log into your Nimax account using your email address and password which is registered with Nimax Theatres. Click on the ‘MY BOOKINGS‘ button, followed by the booking reference number. The details of your booking will be displayed. You may print this page for your records. If you booked with ATG, please contact them via https://help.atgtickets.com
I haven’t received my tickets. Who can I call?
If you have chosen to have your tickets mailed to you ahead of your performance and have not received them 1 week prior, please contact the ticketing partner from whom you purchased your tickets.
- If you booked with Nimax, please call +44 (0) 330 333 4815 (This number is also suitable for international customers, calls will be charged at your standard local rate.)
- If you booked with ATG, please call +44 (0) 333 0096 690 (UK and International; usual rates apply).
What is a booking period?
A booking period is a set number of performances on sale at any one time. Currently, the first fourteen booking periods are on sale. This is for performances up to and including 1 October 2023.
Are there any planned performances for patrons with special access needs?
We currently offer Captioned and Audio Described performances. For performance dates and additional information, visit our Access page here. For more information, sign up to our Access newsletter.
I have physical access needs, who do I talk to about where I sit?
To discuss your Access needs please email CursedChildAccess@nimaxtheatres.com or call 0330 333 4410. Please note that access seats have been set aside for each performance. We will do our best to make sure we get you a seat for the performance of your choice or as close as possible. For detailed Access information at the Palace Theatre, visit our access page.
I would like to produce/perform my own production or reading of the play, who should I speak to?
HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD may not be performed in whole or in part and no use may be made of it whatsoever except under express licence from the rights holders of the work, J.K. Rowling and Harry Potter Theatrical Productions Limited. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any enquiries.
My questions aren’t being answered – who do I contact?
If you are experiencing any difficulties with booking tickets through Nimax, please email CursedChildEnquiries@nimaxtheatres.com If you are experiencing any difficulties with booking tickets through ATG, please email email@example.com or submit a request form. If your questions aren’t being answered, please call 0330 333 4815 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for general enquiries. Please be aware that there is currently a high volume of general enquiries to this telephone line and email address. While you will receive an individual response, we are prioritising ticketing enquiries at this time. If you have an urgent question regarding your visit to the Palace Theatre and it is out of normal office hours (Monday to Friday 10am to 6pm) then you can contact Stage Door on 020 7434 0088 in the case of an emergency. Alternatively, direct enquiries to our official twitter handle @CursedChildLDN
Why is it in two parts?
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.
Do I have to see both 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. We do recommend that you try to see both parts consecutively, but if seeing both Parts over consecutive performances does not work for you, you can book separate Parts across different days of the week, this is dependent on availability of each Part you select. This option is currently unavailable for Saturday and Sunday performances which must be booked as consecutive performances.
Can I see Part Two without having seen Part One?
We recommend that you see Part One first, as it would be difficult to understand Part Two without seeing Part One. It would be like beginning one of the books in the middle!
Can I buy for each part separately?
If seeing both Parts over consecutive performances does not work for you, you can book separate Parts across different days of the week, this is dependent on availability of each Part you select. This option is currently unavailable for Saturday and Sunday performances which must be booked as consecutive performances.
Why can’t I see Part One on a Saturday or Sunday matinee and Part Two on another night?
We want to make sure that audiences have the best possible chance of seeing the play in one day. If we sold the Saturday and Sunday performances separately then there would be no way of guaranteeing that audiences who see a matinee of Part One could also see Part Two on the same day.
What is the running time for the play?
Part One, 2 hours and 40 minutes (incl 20 min interval) Part Two, 2 hours and 35 minutes (incl 20 min interval).
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Part One commences at 2pm and curtain down at 4.40pm, Part Two commences at 7pm and curtain down at 9.35pm.
Sunday Part One commences at 1pm and curtain down at 3.40pm, Part Two commences at 6pm and curtain down at 8.35pm
Will the cast always be the same?
Due to annual leave requirements in the UK, some cast members may differ between parts if you have not booked consecutive performances of Part One and Part Two within the same week. Please also note that the appearance of any particular cast member cannot be guaranteed in the unforeseen event of illness or other circumstances beyond our control.
What happens if a performance is cancelled?
If, for reasons beyond our control, a performance is cancelled, ticket holders will be offered alternative performances (subject always to availability) up to the seat value on the ticket or a refund of the price paid for the seat element. We will not be liable for any additional expenses incurred by customers in the event of a cancelled performance.
What is the age suitability?
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.
Are there animals in the production?
During the performance you will see some birds in cages but please note these birds are not real – just very realistic pieces from our brilliant props department! There are no real birds featured in the production.
What are the performance times?
Please see the performance schedule drop down above.