Harry Potter and The Cursed Child at Lyric Theatre

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child Tickets

Lyric Theatre | New York, New York

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child

There has never been a finer time to come out to New York, New York than on Thursday 25th April 2024 when the amazing Lyric Theatre hosts the eighth story in the world renowned Harry Potter series to their stage. Written by BAFTA, Tony and Olivier award-winner Jack Thorne and directed by Olivier and Tony award winner John Tiffany, this is the first official Harry Potter story to be presented on stage, bringing together some of the hottest talent working in the theatre today. Audiences are already lining up to secure their tickets to see the show, and critics are eagerly awaiting the chance to see what they predict will be one of the greatest experiences of 2024. So, if you are looking for an incredible way to spend your Thursday evening, then make sure that you secure your tickets to see Harry Potter and The Cursed Child live on Thursday 25th April 2024 at the Lyric Theatre.

JK Rowling’s unbelievably popular stage show has been brought to life again with bold production design and crowd-pleasing wonder. The Cursed Child tells us the story of the ache of adolescence in the world of witchcraft and wizardry. The plays, based on the novel co-created by J K Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne, pick up where the outrageously popular books left off, at Platform 9 and 3/4 where the grown-up characters of the Potterverse, Hermione (Noma Dumezweni) and Ron (Paul Thornley), Harry (Jamie Parker) and Ginny (Poppy Miller), are waving on kids as they leave for their first year at the wizarding academy Hogwarts. We watch an unlikely friendship form: Harry’s son and Malfoy’s son begin a deep bond. “The Cursed Child’s wizardry is plucky, thrilling, and well-proportioned,” says Vanity Fair. Absolute adventure for the mind and the senses. Don’t miss the chance to experience all of this yourself on Thursday 25th April 2024.

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child at Lyric Theatre

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