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For a limited time, buy 3 tickets to J.K Rowling's Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the CAA Ed Mirvish Theatre and get 1 FREE when you use promo code POTTER4PACK. Check out the 4 ticket pricing below:
Tuesday – Thursday
- Price 1: $327 (reg. $436)
- Price 2: $357 (reg. $476)
- Price 3: $387 (reg. $516)
- Price 1: $357 (reg. $476)
- Price 2: $387 (reg. $516)
- Price 3: $417 (reg. $556)
Offer valid on weekday performances on select price points (Price 1, Price 2, Price 3) only. Not valid on Premium and Mid Premium price points. All prices are in Canadian dollars and include 13% HST and $3.25 CIF. Regular service charges apply.Not valid on previously purchased tickets and cannot be combined with any other offers or promotions. Blackout dates may apply. Offers are subject to availability and may be terminated at any time. E&OE.
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Thank you for adding that perspective as a HP fan. I didn't want to say it but I feel some of the fans expect too much and forget it's for kids too... yeah the writing sucks sometimes but the play is trying to cater to kids and adults. They have to squeeze in a lot while still keeping it entertaining enough for the kids to pay attention.
Yes!! I recognized Imogen Heap's sound right away. The music for the entire thing was pretty amazing!
Fun fact, the music was written by Imogen Heap.
In reality, writers are human, make little mistakes, and even if you don’t consider it as canon; it’s still a great addition to the franchise. At worst, consider it an enjoyable, high production, fan fiction with lots of cool references to the OG series.
My only criticism is the second half felt a little rushed and play was a little long which I was willing to forgive since it was originally supposed to be 2 parts but it got condensed.
This is how I picture the haters of Cursed Child
The production quality is amazing on this... I was very surprised. It is better than watching a movie! It is literally an experience.
I can't even imagine how kids/hardcore Harry Potter fans feel when they watch this.
I'm in a rush but to summarize my experience:
- You dont pay unless you win (at $19/seat, that's a steal!)
- You can buy upto two tickets if you win. I believe they said it's not guaranteed to sit together but ours were. I assume this is the case most of the time.
- You enter 1-2 days before the scheduled show and you get an email the day before if you win that you must buy it soon. I also got a call
- I won on my third try for Wednesday evening show (my sister and I both entered for those days to maximize our chances). A few empty seats when I went to see it so I assume it's harder to win on busier nights
- The seats I got sucked and coincidently, I saw that there were empty seats beside a friend that night that paid for their seats so I just moved there lol
- If you're going to sit on an unassigned seat, just make sure it's empty. Maybe be patient and scope out the place just before the play starts. You can always change during half time as well
- A free souvenir you can take home is butter beer bottles. They leave them out at the end of the show for people to take home. I hate butter beer drink itself but the bottle was a nice little freebie
Not a very well written play imo, but I haven't seen it after the rewrites. If you wanna see it (or you're a potterhead) I definitely suggest trying to get the rush tickets.
If you're a big fan of the movies/books, then of course you will see it; it's just a question of price...
If you're a casual fan of the movies, then it's harder to say. Might depend on if the rest of the family has seen the movies and enjoyed them and you can justify it as a family outing.