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'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' to host 2024 House Pride Nights

The annual series of special Broadway performances will feature giveaways and events, with one night dedicated to each of the four Hogwarts houses.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

Get your robes and wands ready! Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has announced dates for its 2024 House Pride Nights, an annual series of performances dedicated to each of the four Hogwarts houses.

Slytherin night is February 28, Gryffindor is March 6, Hufflepuff is March 13, and Ravenclaw is March 20. Harry Potter fans are encouraged to attend the performance for the house they identify with most.

Each House Pride Night performance will feature giveaways, photo ops, and custom-drawn tattoos by INKED by Dani. Additionally, doors will open at 5:30 for the first 100 people in line at the Lyric Theatre, and they will get to play Harry Potter-themed trivia, hosted by the Cursed Child cast, for a chance to win prizes.

In addition to regular tickets, $40 lottery tickets for House Pride Night performances are available via the TodayTix app. Users can enter the lottery for their chosen performance through February 5 at noon, and winners will be notified shortly afterward. Each person can request up to two tickets, and the lottery seats will be located in the first three rows of the theatre.

On Broadway since 2018 and winner of the Tony Award for Best Play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a stage sequel to the beloved books and movies. The show follow's Harry's son Albus and Draco Malfoy's son Scorpius, who become fast friends at Hogwarts and go on a time-traveling adventure. But when they accidentally change history, Harry and his friends must jump in to save the Wizarding World once more.

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Photo credit: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway. (Photo by Matthew Murphy)

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