Bloomsbury has become yet another company to be devastated by the pandemic, but sales of “Harry Potter” remain strong even through these turbulent times.
Fans hoping to visit Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter might have to wait a little while longer! Warner Bros. has announced that ticket sales are temporarily suspended through the remainder of 2020.
It will be almost four months before Broadway shows can go on. Learn how this affects “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”.
Episode 38 of “Reading, Writing, Rowling” features high school and college seniors who, due to the coronavirus crisis, can empathize with the trio missing their final year at Hogwarts.
The Magic of Making People Smile: Wizarding World Stars Raise Money and Spirits During Coranvirus Outbreak
Famous faces from the “Harry Potter” series have been raising funds for affected communities and making people smile on British television during the COVID-19 outbreak.
While we may not have owls delivering our post, the United States Postal Service does the job for us! The Harry Potter Alliance needs our help to tide the USPS over through COVID-19. Find out how you can contribute to the mission here.
The coronavirus crisis has been especially grueling for our frontline health care workers, who are working around the clock to fight the virus. Check out what “Harry Potter” actress Helen McCrory and her husband, Damian Lewis, are doing to help them out!
J.K. Rowling revealed to her fans that she has been recovering from COVID-19 symptoms and offered helpful information.