Harry potter and the cursed child book release
Ticket Information | Harry Potter and the Cursed Child LondonWritten by J. Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne, the plot follows an adult Harry Potter, as he navigates life as a husband, Ministry of Magic employee and father of three school-aged children. Attention all HarryPotter fans! Publishing on 5th November , this beautiful, full-colour book will be available in print — through Scholastic — and eBook — by Pottermore Publishing and will make the perfect gift for Harry Potter and theatre fans alike. Pre-order your copy today! You must be logged in to post a comment.
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Seats will also become available through all performance dates due to customer returns and cancelled bookings made by touts, which we have identified on our system and returned to be purchased by our customers. These are not guaranteed, but any tickets that do become available will be sold on a first-come-first served basis, online or in person at the Palace Theatre box office at full price. 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. Every Friday at 1pm we release 40 tickets for every performance the following week, for some of the very best seats in the theatre, at an amazingly low price. These tickets are known as 'The Friday Forty'.
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Rowling , John Tiffany , and Thorne. The play opened on Broadway on 22 April at the Lyric Theatre , with previews starting on 16 March The play is considered to be the eighth official story in the Harry Potter series. The play received enthusiastic critical reception. At the Laurence Olivier Awards , the London production received a record-breaking eleven nominations and won an again record-breaking nine awards, including Best New Play. In December , it was revealed that a stage play based on the Harry Potter series had been in development for around a year,  with the view to bringing it to the stage sometime in Rowling revealed that the play would "explore the previously untold story of Harry's early years as an orphan and outcast".