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.
In 2016, the annual London Book Fair featured Scholastic and Bloomsbury, US and UK publishers of the “Harry Potter” series; Little Brown, which publishes the UK editions of the “Cormoran Strike” series; and Templar Publishing, showcasing the “Harry Potter” coloring books.
Big Brother is watching you! Did Albus Dumbledore use the Hogwarts portraits as a surveillance system?
It’s almost here! There are 30 days until MuggleNet Live! 2015: Expo Patronum, and even more special guests have been announced!
We decided to hold Expo Patronum – MuggleNet’s first-ever convention! – in London because we wanted to not only celebrate Harry on his home turf but also extend the fandom experience to fans in the UK, who have often complained that most “Potter” events – not to mention the theme parks! – are located in the US. But because we know that several of our loyal fans here in America may make the journey across the pond just to join us on April 18, we’ve put together an EXCLUSIVE “Harry Potter” vacation package just for Expo Patronum attendees!
Jim Dale, who lent his voice to the “Harry Potter” audiobooks for the US market, is taking his one-man show to London for a limited run! Find out more about “Just Jim Dale” here!