Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Is Bringing Its Magic Back To The West End

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Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Is Bringing Its Magic Back To The West End

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It's time to believe in magic again, as Harry Potter and the Cursed Child returns to the West End. After many long months without the magic of the Wizarding World on stage, Harry Potter fans can once again get their Hogwarts fix at the Palace Theatre from 14 October. London's West End really is back in (show)business.

Whether you've seen the play several times or you're a complete newbie, here's a preview of what to expect when the lights go up once more:

Known as the eighth Harry Potter story and picking up 19 years after we left Harry, Ron and Hermione, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child sees them joined by a new generation of Hogwarts students. We won't give too much away (#KeepTheSecrets), but the production is full of magical moments — and it's got the awards, including nine Oliviers, to prove it. So snap up your tickets, dig out your wand, and head back to Hogwarts the West End, ready to be enchanted all over again.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is at the Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, from 14 October 2021. Tickets are on sale now.

Last Updated 08 September 2021