Update for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts 1 and 2 returns to the West End’s dazzling Palace Theatre on 14th October 2021, a long-awaited event that’s thrilling Potter fans across the nation and beyond. Full casting has just been announced, revealing the serious talent that has been brought on board. This is the eighth in the remarkably popular series, based on a cool story by J. K Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany. Welcome back to the magic!
Who’s involved in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child?
It’s a legend in its own lifetime. This critically acclaimed production premiered in summer 2016 and proved an instant hit. This much-vaunted play has won a grand total of 24 glittering awards including a record-smashing nine Olivier Awards, one for Best New Play. It has also won an extraordinary 25 major awards in the USA, including six Tonys. And that says it all. This is a very special piece of theatre. Here’s the cast.
- Jamie Ballard plays Harry Potter
- Susie Trayling is Ginny Potter
- Dominic Short plays their son Albus Potter
- Thomas Aldridge is Ron Weasley
- Michelle Gayle plays Hermione Granger
- Phoenix Edwards plays their daughter Rose Granger-Weasley
- James Howard is Draco Malfoy
- Luke Sumner plays his son Scorpius Malfoy
- The ensemble involves Lola Adaja, Samson Ajewole, David Annen, Valerie Antwi, Sue Appleby, Phil Cheadle, Craig Connolly, Robert Curtis, Tim Dewberry, Jim Fish, Thomas Gilbey, Jemma Gould, Rachel Hinds, Jordan Lang, Ronnie Lee, Katrina Lopes, Lucy Mangan, David Mara, Lucia McAnespie, Jayne McKenna, Kathryn Meisle, Gordon Millar, Ian Redford, Thomas Royal, Tom Sturgess, Joshua Talbot, Mark Theodore, Emma-May Uden, Madeleine Walker and Wreh-asha Walton
- The seven child actors are Noah Alexander, Tom Quinn Alexander, Abby Barnes, Harley Barton, Chase Collard, Samuel Newby and Cici Smith
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About the Palace Theatre
The Palace Theatre stands out. It’s an enormous red brick building at the intersection of Shaftesbury Avenue and Charing Cross Road that seats 1400 people and was intended to become the home of English Grand Opera. In fact it quickly became a music hall showing popular variety performances. Past shows at the Palace Theatre include Les Miserables, The Woman in White, Spamalot, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, and The Commitments.