Harry Potter and The Cursed Child – Part 1 at Lyric Theatre

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child - Part 1 Tickets

Lyric Theatre | New York City, New York

It’s not easy to catch the very best theatre performance, until now, because Harry Potter and The Cursed Child – Part 1 is coming to the unbelievable Lyric Theatre in New York City, New York on Saturday 16th May 2020 for a live show. Written by BAFTA, Tony and Olivier award-winner Jack Thorne and directed by Olivier and Tony award winner John Tiffany, this is the eighth story in the Harry Potter phenomenal series and the first official Harry Potter story to be presented on stage, bringing together some of the hottest talent working in the theatre today. This brings one of the greatest theater performances back to this beautiful city for a performance certain to bring a smile to your face. Even the hardest work week becomes better after catching this limited-time show. That’s because Harry Potter and The Cursed Child – Part 1 has a history of producing magnificent shows that combine their passion and magnificent energy to delight audiences and win new fans at every show. So don’t let this show pass you by. Click the Buy Tickets button below to secure your tickets while supplies last!

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child - Part 1 at Lyric Theatre

Described as “Dazzling Stage Magic, Hogwarts and all”, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has been the on of the biggest theatre hit of modern times.

This magnificent play will transport you to the future of your favorite characters, all conflicted with existential dramas in a magical and relatable way. Who is the Cursed Child? It could be Harry, now 40 and followed by trauma and regret. It could be his son, Albus, whose early years at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry are spent in the big shadow of his famous father. It could be Harry’s former bully, Draco Malfoy, or Draco’s son, Scorpius, with whom the lonely, outcast Albus creates a deep bond. Or the cursed child could be a couple of other people we meet throughout the two-part, five-hour play. Get your ticket now and get close to your favorite wizards and witches and who they have become.

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