“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” Suspensions Continue in Melbourne and London
All across the globe, we’re seeing changes brought on by COVID-19. The productions of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child are among the countless theater creations placed on hold during the pandemic. To comply with the latest government guidelines in their respective areas, theaters in Melbourne, Australia, and London, England, will be extending their original suspensions of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by one month, from May 31, 2020, to June 28, 2020.
The Princess Theatre in Melbourne, Australia, has revealed that it will be rescheduling all performances of Cursed Child from June 3 through June 28. Ticket holders will automatically be moved to one of the alternative dates set for November 25 or later. Customers affected by these changes will be contacted about their rescheduled date. The theater announced it will make provisions for those who have conflicts on their postponement date as well as for international customers.
To stay up to date on Melbourne’s Princess Theatre, watch its social media channels for special announcements. You can also get the latest information on Cursed Child on the play’s website.
Following the announcement from the Princess Theatre, the London production of Cursed Child made the same decision to postpone dates through June 28, announcing the update on Instagram:
The health and safety of all customers is the top priority for both theaters. The Princess Theatre and the Palace Theatre have expressed their thanks for the patience and dedication of their staff and fans alike and for their unending commitment during these uncertain times. To stay in the loop on other postponed events and productions, we’ve got you covered.
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