HARRY Potter fans could experience a magical short break away with 50 per cent off theatre tickets and cheap London stays.

Holiday Extras launched a new sale with deals from £160pp this September.

The price includes your overnight stay with free breakfast and tickets to see both parts of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in London.

  • Check out the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child overnight offers here

Fans can continue following Harry, Ron, and Hermione's experiences in the final play, which takes place nineteen years after the last Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows novel.

It's a one-of-a-kind theatrical experience filled with impressive spells, a race against time, and an epic conflict.

We won't reveal too much about the plot because viewers are advised to retain the show's mystery, but if you're a fan of Harry Potter, you must watch the two-part play.

The show has received an overall rating of 87/100, so it's not one to miss.

Reviewers said the show ''provides a theatrical spectacle, unlike anything the West End has seen.''

You'll have a choice between 'Premium', 'Band A' and 'Balcony' tickets – and the price of your holiday will vary accordingly.

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The 'Premium' and 'Band A' tickets will be in the stalls or the dress circle.

Watching both parts of the West End show will take up most of your day, and these are the showtimes you can expect:

On Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, part one will run from 2pm to 4pm, while part two will begin at 7pm til 9:40pm.

Sunday shows will differ slightly, with part one starting at 1pm and part two at 6pm.

You'll also have plenty of choices when it comes to your accommodation, as there are more than 30 handpicked 3, 4 or 5-star hotels.

Meanwhile, Thrope Park launched a new event with overnight stays, park entry and live entertainment from £49pp.

We've also found the best coach trip breaks to London from £159pp, including ABBA Voyage, Wicked and Mamma Mia.

And if you're willing to travel further, you could save up to £200 on Disney World, Universal Studios and Disneyland tickets.

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