Didn’t manage to get your hands on the first batch of tickets for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child? Well you can stop crying your muggle tears, because at 11am on 4th August, a further 250,000 tickets are being released. (See more things to do in London for Harry Potter fans.) The magical show has taken the West End by storm and getting hold of a ticket seemed to be trickier than catching the Golden Stitch after a night out on far too much Butterbeer. Even the craftiest of wizards couldn’t get a seat (unless they managed to Apparate into the Palace Theatre).
The new release of tickets will be for shows running up to December 2017 and will be priced from £15 per part (you’re obviously not going to see Part One without Part Two). So get your wands (fingers) at the ready on 4th August, in the online race to nab yourself some wizarding wonderful seats. In more exciting wizarding world news, the script is available to pre-order and will be released on 31st July (it’s already broken pre-ordering records). So if you fail to get tickets again, at least you can act it out alone in the cupboard under the stairs (that is your London flat).
For more information about the tickets and how to get them, go on Harry Potter and the Curse Child’s official website.