Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Artwork Released

The Wizarding World Just Got Rocked! Harry Potter And The Cursed Child, set to premiere in London in 2016, has just released new information regarding the production including dates, details and some exciting artwork! We’ve learned the story of Harry Potter and The Cursed Child will take place 19 years after Deathly Hallows. Harry, who works for the Ministry of Magic, is a husband and father to three children, is facing his latest challenge. His youngest son, Albus, is struggling with the weight of his family’s legacy he never wanted. Together, the family learns sometimes darkness comes from unexpected places as past and present fuse together. Today, Luner on Theatre brings you a first look at the official artwork for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child!


As well as revealing it’s artwork, Harry Potter and The Cursed Child has also announced several dates for it’s London debut! The show will begin previews in late May 2016, although tickets for those performances are not available yet. The first preview you can officially buy a ticket to is June 7th, 2016 before the show officially opens on July 30thRead more here about Harry’s West End Return in 2016!Stay tuned for more details as The Boy Who Lived is set to return to London’s West End! For more information, visit Harry Potter And The Cursed Child’s Official Website, Facebook Page or Twitter(Copyright Note;Unless noted, we do not own/claim ownership for any photos used in this postAnd of course, be sure to check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know!


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