If you’ve got tickets to watch Melbourne’s “Cursed Child” before it ends in July, you could have the chance to win a magical prize.
We went to check out “Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature” at the Melbourne Museum, exploring the links between magical and Muggle creatures.
Celebrate the Dark Arts at Melbourne and New York’s “Cursed Child,” or enter surprise-and-delight giveaways at select Toronto performances.
Special performances of “Cursed Child” will debut next month, and we hear from Ron Weasley actor Gregory Prest about portraying the wizard.
The actors who play Harry Potter in two different productions of “Cursed Child” share a look into their lives as the famous wizard.
Nyx Calder, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” Melbourne’s Scorpius Malfoy, Pens Piece on Transgender Visibility
Nyx Calder, Scorpius Malfoy in the Melbourne production of “Cursed Child,” described their experiences as a non-binary and transmasculine actor.
Here’s how an Australian mom turned an overlooked storage space in her family home into a spellbinding “Harry Potter” reading nook.
They’re Back: Watch the Cast of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” Melbourne Make an Emotional Return
Watch the Melbourne cast of “Cursed Child” make their emotional return to the Princess Theatre in a livestream of their curtain calls.
Hot off back-to-back seasons of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and sold-out shows across the United States and the United Kingdom, “Voldemort and the Teenage Hogwarts” now crosses the Pacific to make its Australian debut in Melbourne, this March.