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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child FAQs

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway is a continuation of the Harry Potter story, following the events of the seventh book and movie. The story follows Harry Potter's son, Albus Potter, as he struggles with his own identity and the weight of his family's legacy. The show features impressive special effects and a talented cast. In 2018 the play received 6 Tony Awards®, including Best Direction of a Play (John Tiffany), Best Scenic Design (Christine Jones), and Best Lighting Design (Neil Austin).

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway is a popular production. The show reveals the events that happen years after Harry, Hermione, and Ron defeat Voldemort. They are now adults, sending their kids to study at Hogwarts so you’ll be given a glimpse into how the lives of the heroes we are already familiar with played out. You will also have an opportunity to meet a group of new kids and join them on their adventure. Those who grew up with Harry, Hermione, and Ron get to relate and find a bit of themselves in this crew once again, as now they’re all adults with new struggles and quests. The play received rave reviews from critics and fans alike. It is a must-see for every Potter fan!

There are a few reasons why Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway is a great show for groups. First, the story is engaging and exciting, and everyone in the group will be able to follow along. If not, you may need to do some catching up after the show, which makes for awesome family movie nights! Second, the quality of production is top-notch, the sets and costumes are truly impressive. Finally, the cast is excellent, and they bring the characters to life in a way that is both entertaining and moving.

The show touches heavily on the value of family, the power of love, the importance of friendship, the fight against evil, and the struggle for justice. These themes are timeless and are explored very thoroughly and soulfully in this piece.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a great show to share with a knowledgeable company of fans, a close circle of friends, or an engaged school group.  

Yes, you can purchase group tickets for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway

Here are a few things you should know before you buy.

  • The minimum group size is 10 people
  • Prices vary depending on the date and time of the show
  • Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. If the show is canceled, you will be offered another date, another show, or a refund
  • Book early as tickets sell out quickly

To book group tickets for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway, please complete the group tickets form.

To qualify for discount group pricing for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway, you must purchase at least 10 tickets.

It is absolutely safe and secure to purchase Broadway show tickets online. Broadway Inbound, an official ticketing website for group tickets for Broadway, follows the latest encryption best practices for securing every transaction.

Running time is approximately 3 hours and 30 minutes, including one intermission.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child plays at Lyric Theatre, located at 214 West 43nd Street New York, NY 10036.

Recommended for 10+. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.

VACCINATIONS NOT REQUIRED: Proof of vaccination or negative test are not required to enter the theatre.

Broadway’s COVID-19 Safety Policies.

MASKS OPTIONAL: All guests are strongly encouraged to wear a mask in the theatre to protect themselves and others, but it is no longer required.

Broadway’s COVID-19 Safety Policies


You should be at the theatre approximately 30 minutes before the show starts, so you can check in and find your seats without any rush.

Broadway is a place where people can come to escape the mundane and experience something truly magical. For many, it is a place where they can come to forget their troubles and be transported to another world. Whether it is the exhilarating energy of a musical or the heart-wrenching drama of a play, Broadway has the power to touch people's lives in a way that few other things can. It is a place where people laugh, cry, and feel everything in between.