Resumption of London Performances of “Cursed Child” and Warner Bros. Studio Tour Pushed Back Further by Pandemic
With the United Kingdom in yet another lockdown to fight the spread of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the London production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter have had to revise their planned reopening dates yet again. Previously, London performances of Cursed Child were set to resume in February, and the Studio Tour was due to reopen on January 4.
Now that new restrictions have been put in place by the government, the Studio Tour has announced that it plans to reopen on February 13. The full statement can be found on the Studio Tour’s official website.
Any bookings affected by our temporary closure will receive a full refund. We are currently working to refund all outstanding bookings for visits up to and including 12th February and are prioritising these in order of visit date.
The London production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child won’t resume performances until July 18, according to its latest announcement. That news was reported by BroadwayWorld, and a statement released via the production’s official Twitter account confirmed the decision.
Please see below for the latest updates on performances of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, London. If you hold a ticket for any of the affected performances, your point of purchase will be in touch directly. pic.twitter.com/LlcLfSwk1r
— Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (@CursedChildLDN) January 12, 2021
Those with tickets to affected performances have been instructed to visit the play’s official website for more information.
As always, these reopening dates are subject to change, and we at MuggleNet will be sure to update you on any of those changes as they come.
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