LEGO “Harry Potter” Gift for “Cursed Child” London Audiences, Tickets on Sale for “Cursed Child” Hamburg
The few remaining months of 2021 are looking to be the most wonderful time of the year for Potter fans. It’s during the last three months of the year that most witches and wizards thrive because, unlike other popular franchises, the Harry Potter series encompasses two different holidays. Therefore, we get multiple opportunities to celebrate the holidays with our favorite characters. For those in London, England, and Hamburg, Germany, you’ll get to celebrate those holidays with Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Yesterday, October 14, the London production of Cursed Child finally resumed performances at the Palace Theatre. And to mark the triumphant return to the stage as well as the spookiest of holidays, from now until October 31, audience members attending performances of Cursed Child in the West End will be treated to a LEGO Harry Potter gift. The Cursed Child production in London partnered with the LEGO Group for this special Halloween treat. As if house-elves are working at the Palace Theatre, attendees will find the gifts in their seats at the start of Part One.
We are delighted to announce that we have partnered with The @LEGO_Group to gift all audience members attending performances between 14th – 31st October with a LEGO Harry Potter set. Tickets available now! pic.twitter.com/27WLOa7UOr
— Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (@CursedChildLDN) October 14, 2021
Originally set to open on March 15, 2020, the Hamburg production of Cursed Child was forced to delay its debut due to the global pandemic. In the meantime, as a special treat to whet the appetites of Potter fans and to celebrate going back to Hogwarts, the Mehr! Theater reopened its doors to play all eight Harry Potter films over the four weekends in September.
However, the main event is on the horizon. After over a year of waiting, German fans of theater and Potter can rejoice. The long-awaited debut of Harry Potter und das verwunschene Kind is finally happening. With performances set to start on December 5, tickets have finally gone on sale. A recent announcement informed fans that the production will take place following safety regulations from the city government. Ticket holders will be contacted two weeks before the start of performances with more information regarding guidelines for attendance. For those interested in going, but are feeling a little unsure of their exact circumstances, the production is offering a special program called FlexTicket that allows any ticket holder to reschedule up to 48 hours prior to the start of their selected performance. This flexible ticket program is being offered at an additional €4.90 per person.
Are you excited about the return of Cursed Child in London and the debut of Cursed Child in Hamburg? Do you feel safe enough to attend? Let us know in the comments, and be sure to tag us on Instagram in any photos of your trip to the theater.