To the millions looking to re-indulge themselves in the fantasy franchise, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets will provide you with that much need magical drama you've been missing since the last instalment of J.K Rowling's books 'The Deathly Hallows'.
So far, Ticketbis only has tickets for the Palace Theatre in London. However, the internet has become a blur of global tour rumours so make sure you keep checking our pages for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets. Sellers should also take advantage of our online e-ticket platform and sell any spare tickets.
Magical Entertainment with all your Favourite Characters
Harry Potter fans everywhere have got what they wanted - JK Rowling has returned to the writing scene, however not in the way many expected! Having written a brand new instalment of Harry Potter's story, only this time for the stage! Co-written by J.K Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, join Harry Potter (now a Ministry of Magic employee) once more and his youngest son, Albus Potter as they each struggle with the expectations unfairly thrust upon them. You can get your Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets right here on Ticketbis.
Harry Potter is the most successful children's book franchise in history and spawned seven equally as popular films. JK Rowling seems keen on giving Potter fans more to enjoy, with the launch of official site Pottermore, new movie Fantastic Beasts and now Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Box offices were inundated with muggles trying to get their tickets for a play, unprecedented in popularity, and with the theatre offering shows well into next year.
Featuring all of your favourite characters from the books find out how life in adulthood has affected our favourite Gryffindor trio, and on the other side what has become of characters such as Draco Malfoy and Neville Longbottom. Re-read the books, re-watch the films and get your Harry Potter play tickets from Ticketbis - this is going to be great!
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