Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - first reviews


Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - first reviews

Sure there's a massive new blockbuster called Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them in cinemas this November but you may not be aware that the Harry Potter universe is coming back in a big way well before that.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is an all new play written by J.K. Rowling which is debuting very soon in London. It unfolds across two long sessions and tells the story of Harry as an older fellow, and the next generation of Potter kids.

It's all happening at the Palace Theatre in London, with previews now on and a special message from Rowling herself is urging audiences to keep the secrets.

So now we know this is definitely canon and that there will be plenty of things which could be considered as spoilers. With that in mind you won't find any full reviews out there yet, and people seem to be really working hard to ensure that major spoilers are avoided.

A few select tweets from the event:

We would urge fans to be very careful online after today as there are spoilers around and you can be sure a full synopsis will be up very soon. Unfortunately most of the dates for the show seem to have been sold out at this stage, with some tickets going for ridiculous prices. So if you can't get out to see it, a script book will be available on the 31st of July, but it won't have live magic performed on stage in front of your eyes.

The play officially opens on the 30th of July, 2016. You can try to get tickets over here.

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