Harry Potter Will Return Next Year As A Middle-Aged Man
The Harry Potter series is all set to hit the pitch once again. But this time the movie goers may be left disaapointed as the new venture of J.K. Rowling has nothing to do with the silver screen. The anecdote of wizard and witchcraft that has hallucinized the readers and the audience since last decade will witness another magical journey with its creator Rowling. Certainly, as news has landed in the outlets it gave enough reason to yeal, scream, and celebrate for the Harry Potter fans and lovers across the globe. But folks you have to wait till next year summer to attest the new Harry Potter intrigue.
The news is that a new stage production will be conducted on J.K. Rowling’s saga in London next summer. We heard the author to utter some confident words about her new creation, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”, as she commented about her faith on the approach and hopeful about audiences’ acceptance. As the latest information was confirmed, the plot of this narration will revolve around a grown-up Harry and the youngest of his three children, Albus whom we will see to struggle with the weight of the family legacy. Undoubtedly, it will gear up where the final volume of the Harry Potter books left off and will continue its journey, 19 years after Harry’s final showdown with the dark wizard Lord Voldemort, described in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows”.
The publicists, on behalf of the production is revealing least information about any update as their sole intention is to tantalize fans and steaming up a gradual temptation about the play, a forecaster of a middle-aged Harry Potter’s return who is now an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic. However, J.K.Rowling has credited all the brilliant people attached with the upcoming venture and who extended hands to develop the extraordinary idea. Notably the new story was a collaboration between Rowling, scriptwriter Jack Thorne, and theatre director John Tiffany, who has won awards in London and New York for his work on the musical “Once”.
The publicists for the theatre production assures that the much awaited stage craft will open at the Palace Theatre in London’s West End district on July 30, 2016. The play will be parted into two halves and both the installments are intended to be performed on the same day or on two consecutive evenings. Tickets for the first four months of performances, including previews will go on sale online only at 11 am on Wednesday, October 28 to those who have registered for priority booking on the official website Harry Potter the Play. They will then go on sale to the general public (again, online only) on Friday, October 30 at 11 am. An initial 16 weeks of performances will go on. Preview performances are set to take place from June 7 to July 3, with an additional four-special previews planned for the end of May. The play will then open for regular performances on July 6 and is scheduled to run until September 18, 2016.
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