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Is it better to see 'Harry Potter & The Cursed Child' on Broadway or in London?

"Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" premiered in the summer of 2016 in London and became a record-breaking phenomenon. Due to the show's success, it's set to debut on Broadway in March 2018. Fans are ready for the play to be pure magic on Broadway, but the legacy of the "spellbinding" smash was cemented in London. Do you think it'll be better to see the play in where it originally started or on Broadway? 

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"The Cursed Child" is finally about to debut on Broadway, and fans are elated, to say the least. The show is expected to be huge. So much so that fans can enter a forty ticket lottery. Playbill's Ryan McPhee wrote: 

The Broadway premiere of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will follow suit with the West End production and offer a “Friday Forty” ticket lottery. Each Friday beginning March 9, the two-part play will release 40 tickets to every performance the following week, priced at $40 ($20 per part).
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But "The Cursed Child" already cemented its legacy in London. Just last summer, theatre-goers celebrated the play's one-year anniversary.

Playbill's Olivia Clement wrote back in July: 

The show won a record nine Olivier Awards this spring, in addition to the Evening Standard Award for Best Play, three Critics’ Circle Awards, and more.
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Is it better to see 'Harry Potter & The Cursed Child' on Broadway or in London?
#CantBeatBroadway
A festive crown for the winner
#TakeMeToLondon