Daniel Radcliffe is set to star in a new West End play in 2017 at the Old Vic theater in London.
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This week’s news is short and sweet, but not lacking awesomeness. This week, we find out what a creepypasta is, see Emma Thompson’s artwork, and see many “Harry Potter” stars work alongside one another. All that and more in this Role Call!
As the official opening night of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” approaches, the “Telegraph” interviews the play’s trio. In this wonderful interview, Jamie Parker (Harry Potter), Paul Thornley (Ron Weasley), and Noma Dumezweni (Hermione Granger) talk about their families, fans, and the absolute grandeur of the production itself.
The first preview of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – Part 1” was performed this evening at the Palace Theatre London. Here is MuggleNet’s spoiler-free breakdown of the show.
Last week, Harry Melling appeared on “Lorraine” to promote his role in the West End play “Hand to God”! Find out more about it here!
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.
With more news being released about the new play, there are issues arising among fans who worry they will be missing out on the next adventure in the “Potter” series.
Dolores Umbridge actress Imelda Staunton is no stranger to the stage, having previously starred in such productions as “Into the Woods” and “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.” At the moment, she of course is starring as main character Rose in popular musical “Gypsy”, which had a limited run at the Chichester Festival Theatre late last year and is now currently residing in the West End, London.