The three shows taking place on April 27 to April 28 will see a live orchestra bring to life the second installment of the JK Rowling series.
The big screen adaptation of the second magical tale in J. K. Rowling's bestselling series will be shown in high definition on a 60ft screen at while musicians perform Oscar-nominated composer John Williams’ enchanting score.
The audience can experience the talking spiders, giant snakes, flying cars and scolding letters all over again like they have never seen them before.
The second installment of the boy-wizard series is one of the highest grossing films of all time and sees Harry and friends battle the Heir of Slytherin.
The three shows will take place at 7pm on Friday April 27 and 1pm and 6pm on Saturday April 28.
Recently the orchestra performed the first film in the franchise, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, for a number of sold out shows in May.
Meanwhile the Chamber of Secrets in Concert tour is heading across the UK in December, kicking off in Liverpool before heading to Leeds, Cardiff, Dublin, Manchester, Glasgow and finishing up in Birmingham.
When do tickets go on sale?
The Royal Albert Hall shows are on sale now.
The UK tour goes on sale at 9am on Friday May 25.
Where can I get tickets?
How much are tickets?
Standard tickets are priced between £28 to £74, whilst a number of hospitality packages are available.
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