As the devastating pandemic rages on, theaters around the world make their cautious return to business. Alfred Enoch and Erin Doherty star in Chichester Festival Theatre’s production of “Crave”, which will welcome a limited number of socially distanced viewers and a global livestream audience.
The British theater industry is on the “brink of total collapse,” warns “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” producer Sonia Friedman. Find out more about the #SaveOurTheatres campaign here!
Rupert Grint and Jude Law are participating in War Child’s Emergency Coronavirus Crowdfunder. Find out more about the fundraiser here!
While we’re all wearing masks in public to help stop the spread, why not also use them to show off our love of “Harry Potter”? There are plenty of options to buy or make your own!
The suspension of the London production of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” has been extended until February 2021. Find out what to do if you hold a ticket for a canceled performance here.
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.