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.
Harry Melling (Dudley Dursley) is due to return to the West End this weekend (February 5) in a new comedy play, “Hand to God”. In a new interview, Harry has spoken about the challenges of the role – including learning how to use puppets – as well as leaving “Potter” behind.
“Goodnight Mister Tom” returns to London’s West End this Christmas. MuggleNet had the opportunity to interview David Troughton, who stars as “Mister Tom” Oakley and is Harry Melling’s (Dudley Dursley) uncle.
Following last week’s breaking news that occurred during our last episode, join us as we once again speculate about what it all means! Andrew, Micah, Eric and special return guest Laura Thompson talk Cursed Child with a bit more clarity (and no less skepticism).
Get your alarms set! Public booking for “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” will open tomorrow at 11 a.m. GMT, and to ensure that fans are given the best possible chance of obtaining tickets for the show, the producers will open up a further booking period, which runs from January 11, 2017, to April 30, 2017. With the exception of late release and lottery tickets, as of 11 a.m. tomorrow, all available tickets will be on public sale!