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Harry Potter is coming to Broadway! Harry Potter on Broadway tickets can be easily purchased online before you depart. I recommend buying your theatre tickets before you go to New York, to save time and money. Harry Potter will be performed in the Lyric Theatre and is expected to become one of Broadway’s most popular plays. The show is a continuance of the extremely popular series of books and films based around the adventures of student wizard, Harry. The author of the books, J.K. Rowling, was co-writer for the script of the play. This script was released in book form after the London première, and is therefore seen as the unofficial eighth part to the literary series.
The new generation Potters
The story begins nineteen years after the final book ends, when Harry, Ron and Hermione are all grown up. Harry works for the Ministry of Magic and is married to Ginny Weasley. They have three children: James Sirius, Albus Severus and Lily Luna. Albus is destined to follow in the footsteps of his father. He enrolls at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where he struggles with filling the shoes of his father. Ghosts from the past return and Harry, as well as Albus realise that sometimes evil comes from unexpected places. Harry Potter on Broadway is such a long show that it is split into two parts, both lasting around 2.5 hours. They can be seen on the same day. Real Harry Potter fans just can’t miss it!
How to buy Harry Potter tickets?
You can easily buy your Harry Potter on Broadway tickets, via the below link. I recommend getting them before you travel to New York. This will save you time, and you won’t need to worry about the show selling out. Lots of shows in New York are very popular and quickly sell out.
- The show is suitable for ages 10 and up. Children under the age of 15 should be accompanied by an adult.
- Duration: part I: 2 hours and 40 minutes, part II: 2 hours and 35 minutes
- Location: Lyric Theatre, 213 West 42nd Street
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