Call Ron, accio Hedwig, fire up your golden snitch, summon the dragons, visit Dumbledore (RIP), and even grab Gandalf if you have to because you’ll need all the help in the world nabbing a brand new batch of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets, which go on sale this week.
As we’ve all begrudgingly come to realise, Harry Potter tickets tend to sell out in seconds once they are released. It’s just one of those sad depressing facts which drive the most devoted of Potterites to a life of crime seeking out ticket touts on Knockturn Alley. Sadly, they’ve all ended up with the Dementors now.
Just so you can get a head start and avoid a one way ticket to Azkaban, we thought we should immediately tell you that from 11AM on Wednesday December 6, the multi-award winning theatre extravaganza will be releasing a three month cluster of tickets for performances running from October 24, 2018 to January 13, 2019.
Sure, reserving every single day in your calendars for the next year might sound a bit much, but if you want the coveted opportunity of ‘grammin every single second of the wizarding epidrama, then you’d be wise to take our advice and get to the Palace theatre at 4am on Wednesday.
If you’re still not convinced, let our review tempt you even more.
Tickets for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child are priced from £15 per part. For more information and to purchase tickets, head to harrypottertheplay.com