Derren Brown Miracle TicketsTo ensure the tickets you purchase online are valid, always use a STAR-approved website. The Society for Ticket Agents and Retailers (STAR) regulates the industry, ensuring that its members declare the face value of tickets and provide efficient customer service. We would strongly recommend that you only purchase tickets from vendors who display the STAR logo, as this way you can confirm your tickets are genuine.

Buy Tickets Online

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets are available to purchase online, via the official site. Seats are available in all seating areas of the Palace Theatre London. Cheap tickets are available for those who want a bargain, but there are also some top premium tickets that can be purchased for those looking to splash out on a special evening. Prices for shows vary depending on which seating area you are in, but as a general rule, the closer to the stage in each section you are, the higher the price will be.

Buy Tickets on the Phone

To book tickets over the phone for productions at the Palace Theatre, call the box office: 0844 412 4656

All customers wishing to book tickets over the phone will need a credit or debit card to hand. If you wish to book access tickets for a disabled patron then call: 0330 333 4815 or email:

Palace Theatre official website:
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child site:

Buy Tickets in Person

If you would prefer to get your tickets directly from the box office rather than online, you can visit the box office in person between Monday and Saturday, between 10am-7pm.

Box office address: Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 5AY

Buy Group Tickets

Coming to the theatre as a group? If you plan to see a show with more than 8 people, either with a school, community group or even a large family then discounts are often available. Please contact the group booking line on 020 7492 9930.


    1. Hi there,

      Harry Potter has no set end date and is currently booking into 2017. It is likely that these dates will extend and more tickets will be released.

  1. Hi!
    I´m just wondering what a premium ticket is? What is the difference between a premium ticket and an ordinary one?

    Kind regards!

  2. We are living abroad and will therefore collect the tickets on the performance day, which is a Sunday. At what time can we do this?

  3. I am out of the country and I bought tickets for my niece who has a different name then me, will there be any difficulty with her being able to pick them up at the box office?

    1. Hi Dore,

      As long as your niece knows the name they have been booked under and has the booking confirmation details, she will be able to pick up the tickets.

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