Harry potter and the cursed child premier

Harry potter and the cursed child premier

The happiness of potterheads knew no bounds when J.K. Rowling finally announced last year that the play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child was going to be released. The wait of Harry Potter fans finally ended when the books were finally released on 31st July on Harry and Rowling’s birthday. The book is the script of the play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and was released as the 8th book of the series. Also, the play premiered in London on 31st July 2016 which was the first play of Harry Potter series. The magic is officially back.

Harry, Ron and Hermoine

We were all there when Harry first boarded the train to Hogwarts and lived his adventures with him throughout our childhood. The series is not just a collection of children’s books; it teaches us the true meaning of friendship, love and the victory of love over power.The trio of Harry, Ron and Hermoine was our original friendship goals and we cannot be happier that the trio has returned, this time on stage.


The play continues Harry’s story after 19 years who now has his own kids. It features the story line of the original trio and their kids. Harry is now an auror who are officials that deal with Dark Wizards, Ron runs a joke shop and Hermoine is the deputy head of the Department of Magical Law Enforcement. The 42 member cast introduces us to new characters and one of the prominent characters is Harry’s son, Albus, who now has to deal with the burden of Harry’s legacy. The play was written by Jack Thorne, John Tiffany and J.K. Rowling and is divided in two parts. The tickets of the show sold out like hot cakes and the seats are already booked for 2017. It seems as if the play has evoked huge nostalgia among the fans.

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