The producers are releasing a further 75,000 tickets for new shows taking place between February 7 and April 29 in 2018.
The two-part production, which was written by Jack Thorne and co-devised by JK Rowling takes place 19 years after the Deathly Hallows, the final volume in the series of novels about the young wizard.
Currently the show is completely sold out until those dates, with a number of returned tickets occasionally becoming available.
The play won the Evening Standard Award for Best New Play in 2016 and has recently been nominated for 11 awards at the WhatsOnStage awards.
Find out everything you need to know to secure your Harry Potter and the Cursed Child tickets below.
What are the performance times?
As the play is split into two parts it can be confusing figuring out when you'll be watching part one and two.
This is the regular performance schedule:
Wednesday: Part One, 2pm and Part Two, 7:30pm
Thursday: Part One, 7:30pm
Friday: Part Two, 7:30pm
Saturday: Part One, 2pm and Part Two, 7:30pm
Sunday: Part One, 1pm and Part Two, 6:30pm
How much are tickets?
Tickets are priced from £15 per part, and for every performance there will be 300 tickets sold at just £20 per part.
When do tickets go on sale?
The 75,000 tickets will be released on Monday, January 23 at 11am .
Access performances have also been announced and can be purchased from 0330 333 4410 or CursedChildAccess@nimaxtheatres.com, there are no general ticket sales from this number.
Where can I buy tickets?
What if they sell out?
If tickets sell out - which is likely - and you miss out, every Friday at 1pm 40 tickets are released for performances in the following week.
These tickets are priced at £20 per show and no more, and include some of the best seats in the house.
The weekly ticket release is known as Friday Forty and they can only be accessed on the official website here .
What to do if you're stuck in the queue?
Take a Harry Potter quiz of course:
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