Melbourne’s Princess Theatre prepares for the upcoming debut of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”, undergoing major restoration effort with a few magical touches.
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The producers of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” in London have released a set of family portraits starring the new cast members, who will debut at the Palace Theatre in London on May 23, 2018.
The award-winning “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” has finally made its Broadway debut, and it did not disappoint. Read our spoiler-free review here!
Guess what, everyone. Theatrical accents don’t matter!
Tonight, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child ’s opening preview came to an end with the debut of Part 2 at the Palace Theatre London. The queue was long, the reporters were out, but the magic was not lost. Again, in order to follow J.K Rowling’s wishes to #KeepTheSecrets, here is a short, spoiler-free review of Part 2.
The first preview of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – Part 1” was performed this evening at the Palace Theatre London. Here is MuggleNet’s spoiler-free breakdown of the show.
Colin Callender, one of the producers of the previously announced play based on Harry’s early life with the Dursleys, recently discussed the focus of the play and how he convinced J.K. Rowling to bring the “Harry Potter” franchise to the stage.