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  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand Circle, row: E, seat: 24
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Quite steep and seats are very close together so not much room to move, but a good view
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    Curran Theater, section: Mezzanine, row: B, seat: 113
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    The view from this seat is pretty amazing. However, if you have longer legs, I would go with Row A so you can spread out. If you can afford to splurge for the Loge you should.
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    Curran Theater, section: Loge, row: A, seat: A7
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
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    Lyric Theatre, section: Orchestra R, row: K, seat: 28
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Great leg room, picked this seat for the big aisle in front of it. Unfortunately the Lyric’s orchestra is quite flat, so the sight lines are bad no matter where you sit — there’s always a head in front of you. I would pick Dress Circle before orchestra.
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Curran Theater, section: Balcony, row: A, seat: 110
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
  • Lyric Theatre, section: Orchestra L, row: A, seat: 13
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

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    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: B, seat: 18
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    We had 19,18,17 & 16, with the aisle seats for our children (aged 11 & 13). There isn’t much slope at the front, so we put them on booster pads so they could see over the two adults in front (who were not tall). They saw all of the show perfectly as did we
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: I, seat: 25
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    No issues at all, thought they made feel a little wide but didn't
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Stalls, row: N, seat: 17
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
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    Lyric Theatre, section: Orchestra R, row: L, seat: 10
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    This view was great until tall people sat in front of us. My 5'2" 12 year old went and got a booster to see over the person in front of him. If you have children, row K is better (even if tall people are in row J).
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand dress circle, row: C, seat: 22
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    On the aisle and stairs are quite steep NOT recommend for anyone with significant mobility issues but the drop from you to the row in front means a virtually unobstructed view throughout. Could see whole stage front to back. Great view for £20 a seat.
  • Lyric Theatre, section: Dress Circle R, row: A, seat: 24
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

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    Curran Theater, section: Mezzanine C, row: C, seat: 110
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
  • Lyric Theatre, section: Orchestra L, row: B, seat: 21
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Very close to the stage but better leg room.
  • Palace Theatre (West End), section: Balcony, row: E, seat: 26
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Great view. Empty space to the left for coats and bags.
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    Princess Theatre (Melbourne), section: Stalls, row: T, seat: 14
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Restricted view. The view from this far back was honestly much better than I expected! As long as there isn’t anyone even a little bit tall in front of you, this seat is good for the price.
  • anonymous 4 star theater seat view
    Curran Theater, section: Loge, row: B, seat: 106
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
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    Princess Theatre (Melbourne), section: Grand Circle, row: A, seat: 10
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Great seat. Don’t think I would want to be any further left however
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    Palace Theatre (West End), section: Grand Circle, row: B, seat: 29
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    6'/183cm. Found the seat to be excellent. Great view, despite having to lean over for some scenes downstage. Legroom was fine; knees weren't hitting anything but can't stretch legs out.
  • anonymous 5 star theater seat view
    Lyric Theatre, section: Orchestra R, row: R, seat: 4
    Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
    Perfect view for the show. We also had R-2, which is an aisle seat—excellent for one particular scene and effect in act 2.rnrnWe saw all effects fine and had a great view of everything going on.
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