Happy news for Harry Potter fans... the new play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child opens in London on 7th June, and you can register NOW for priority booking. Tickets are expected to be as little as £15 and possibly even £10 for certain preview performances.
Once you've registered, you'll be be first in the virtual queue for tickets to the world premier when priority booking opens on 28th October. Priority registration closes at 11.45pm BST on Saturday 24 October. You will then receive an email with details of how to access your Priority Booking.
Tickets for the first four months of performances of the new play (7 June – 18 September 2016) will go on sale online only at 11am GMT on Wednesday 28 October on a first come first served basis to all who registered for Priority Booking on the official website.
Signing up for priority booking does not guarantee that you will be able to secure tickets, but gives you the first opportunity to book ahead of the general public.
For more information on ticket pricing and performance times, check out the official play website.
I predict these tickets will fly off the shelves quicker than Harry Potter himself on a Numbus 2000, so don't hang about. Register now, and don't move from your computer on Wednesday morning!
TOPICS: Parenting Tips