You're in England. You're a millennial. You're going to see Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts I and II. It's going to be expensive and you're going to love it.
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I've always been a massive Harry Potter fan, so when Harry Potter and Cursed Child came out in 2016, of course I read it all in one day. Luckily for us, when we went this past April, we were able to see the production in the original theatre and I could not have enjoyed it more. But, with two full, length plays, it's quite an endeavor!
Here are a few helpful tips, to know before you go:
5. INTERVAL. There is a full-length interval (intermission) in each portion of the play - lots of time for stepping out to the lobby for a quick drink!
6. PUB. If, like us, you see the entire show in one day (wow long), you'll have a dinner break between the two performances. There is more than enough time to stop by a pub for dinner. Most importantly - walk as far away from the theatre as possible before stopping into a pub. You really do have time The pubs right next to the theatre are absolutely jammed, but if you just walk a ways up Shaftesbury Avenue, you'll be fine. But, remember, you'll have to wait in line and go through security again when you come back - so do allow enough time for that.
7. It's our childhood, on stage, for an entire day. You're going to love it.
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