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Running for over half a year, the production was a great success, but when it came to an end there was no production to follow. The building soon closed down and was sold by Carte at a loss.

However the venue reopened as the Palace Theatre of Varities, becoming a huge success. Inthe name of the theatre was eventually altered to the Palace Theatre and became home to a variety of popular musicals.

During the twentieth century, two very successful musicals ran at the Palace Theatre, attracting large audiences. Jesus Christ Superstar opened inrunning for an impressive eight years until Following Brown, comedian Eddie Izzard presented a four week show for the first time in the West End. There is nothing that you need to do if your performance has been cancelled.

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What travelers are saying 4. If you are a Harry Potter fan, and you love the theater, then this is a must see while in London! It surpassed all of our expectations. Absolutely fantastic The theatre is wonderful and the staff were so helpful Knowing the earlier stories definitely helped. Read all 1, reviews.

Full view. Getting there. Leicester Square Underground 4 min. Tottenham Court Road Underground 5 min. Best nearby. Garrick Street.Some content in this article is derived from information featured in Harry Potter and the Cursed Childand, as such, spoilers will be present. Keep calm and keep the secrets!

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RowlingJohn Tiffanyand Jack Thorne. Rowling wanted the plot of the play to remain a secret for as long as possible. Following the opening night of the first preview, she started a KeepTheSecrets campaign. The script book was released on 31 Julythe day of the opening night following the previews. Many bookstores around the world hosted midnight release parties.

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The Definitive Edition of the script was released on 25 July While Harry grapples with a past that refuses to stay where it belongs, his youngest son Albus must struggle with the weight of a family legacy he never wanted. As past and present fuse ominously, both father and son learn the uncomfortable truth: sometimes, darkness comes from unexpected places.

Albus Potter and Rose Granger-Weasley say goodbye to their parents and board the train. Ron remembers his time at Hogwarts. Albus and Rose wander around the train looking for a compartment to sit in. Rose reminds Albus that their parents met on the train, so decides that finding the right compartment to sit in is very important as they too could meet their lifelong friends here.

They open the door to one compartment and find Scorpius Malfoy sitting there. They shyly introduce themselves and Scorpius makes a joke about their parents rivalry. Albus and Scorpius get along very well, but Rose leaves to look for another compartment because she thinks that Scorpius is nothing but trouble. Albus stays and the two become friends, sharing stories and sweets on the journey to Hogwarts.

When the train reaches Hogwarts, the students attend the Sorting ceremony. Albus sits next to Scorpius at their table. Unfortunately, Albus is mocked by the other students for being a Potter in Slytherin as every Potter had been placed in Gryffindor.

He does not have a natural gift for magic and struggles at his first flying lessonwhere the other children call him the "Slytherin Squib. The following three years of school are tough for Albus and he begins to feel like he has to isolate himself from his father since being a Potter is the reason why great things are being expected from him. Rose has a better time at Hogwarts, becoming very popular and a Chaser for the Gryffindor Quidditch team. When Albus tells Harry he wants to be alone on the platform before he goes to school in his third year for that reason, Harry is hurt by this and thinks Scorpius is the reason why, requesting Albus to sever his friendship with him.

He refuses. After Albus leaves, Draco Malfoy goes up to Harry and asks him for his help in ending a rumour that he and Astoria couldn't conceive a child and used a time-turner to go back in time to conceive one with Voldemort instead. Harry says he cannot do that and they part ways. Hermione visits him as she is now Minister for Magic to ask Harry to complete the paperwork he is yet to do and to start work on the other tasks he was given.

Harry reminds her that he has lots of work he will get round to in his own time and that he did very recently find a dangerous new object. Hermione and Harry agree the time-turner must be destroyed.

They put it away. When Albus finds Scorpius, it is evident that Scorpius did not have a good summer. A year later, Amos Diggory turns up at Harry's home and asks him to use the time-turner to go back in time and save Cedric Diggory.

Amos went round to the house from his care home when Harry kept rescheduling the meeting Amos kept arranging. Harry refuses since saying he cannot meddle with time.The award-winning original cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is now memorialized on film.

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Hypable reported that photos quickly surfaced to confirm the exciting news. Hypable Cursed Child pic. They are filming Harry Potter and the Cursed Child today. Thanks to juniorfusspot for the photo! A DVD is coming?

‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Recorded on Film!

There were at least 6 cameras. Too many for just archive purposes? Though the sign indicated the filming was for archive purposes, Hypable suggested the film could be reserved for more than just posterity. Unfortunately, there are no guarantees. Grateful to everyone who made a complex shoot painless. Rest easy, fam. You must be logged in to post a comment.

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The biggest theatre hit of modern times bar none is Jack Thorne and JK Rowling's epic two-part eighth adventure for erstwhile boy wizard Harry Potter. It is a bit of a sausage wand? It is also well worth checking the website for short notice returns. This review is from There was a lot of hype surrounding the West End's adaptation of Harry Potter, and having finally seen it myself, I can confirm that this is one of the best show in London right now.

I thought that the actor who reprised his role as Scorpius shone particularly bright in his role. Tickets are, of course, hard to come by. But if you ever get the opportunity, go see both parts.

They are both captivating as each other. And fortunately for everyone, this is a show for both kids and big kids alike. I was sceptical before going to see this - was it going to be true to the original storyline? This show is absolutely epic! I was so surprised at how well all the tricks went and at how good the storyline was. The actors were brilliant and made the characters their own at the same time as staying true to the originals. I especially loved the character of Scorpius.

It does get a bit dark in places but would definitely recommend it for all the family if you can get tickets that is! Either you are fan of Harry Potter or no, you are going to be amazed by this show! The story continues from the last Harry Potter movie and loads of things are going on since then.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is great in so many ways. The story is really good. The effects are excellent. It is nice to see the characters reimagined as adults. It is a big production and everything is done well, a company of 43 people. The acting is generally excellent.

The tickets were expensive - it is two shows- but I did feel that we got good value for our money. I can almost justify the wait, as there are so many people around the world who do come to London just to see this show. Unaware of what I would be doing in a year and two months, I finally got the chance to book tickets.

I can say it was worth it and it will be if your one of the biggest fans of Harry Potter, which in this case I am. Everything from the set, the costumes, the special effects to the huge production stunts was incredibly executed. I definitely recommend seeing parts one and two in different days. There will also be a big surprise on your arrivals before the start of the show. If you like spectacle and are a Harry Potter fan, you will love this show. If not, it's a long 5 hours and 20 minutes of show.

I've seen most of the movies and like them.RowlingJohn Tiffanyand Thorne. The play opened on Broadway on 22 April at the Lyric Theatrewith previews starting on 16 March The play is marketed as the eighth official story in the Harry Potter series.

The play received enthusiastic critical reception. At the Laurence Olivier Awardsthe London production received a record-breaking eleven nominations and won another record-breaking nine awards, including Best New Play. In Decemberit was revealed that a stage play based on the Harry Potter series had been in development for around a year, [4] with the view to bringing it to the stage sometime in Rowling revealed that the play would "explore the previously untold story of Harry's early years as an orphan and outcast".

On 26 Junethe project was officially confirmed under the title of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child[8] and it was revealed it would receive its world premiere in mid at London's Palace Theatre.

On announcing plans for the project, Rowling stated that the play would not be a prequel. On 23 Octoberit was confirmed the plays were set nineteen years after the conclusion of the final novel Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows[18] and would open at London's Palace Theatre in July The school is stunned when, in a break with the tradition of Potters being sorted into GryffindorAlbus is sorted into Slytherin alongside Scorpius.

Both boys are bullied by other students over the next few years, Albus due to his perceived failure to live up to his parents, Scorpius due to unproven rumours that he is the son of Lord Voldemort.

Scorpius's mother Astoria then passes away due to a fatal disease. In addition, Albus and Harry begin to drift apart, owing to Albus's struggles with his father's shadow and Harry's uncertainty on how to deal with his son's issues.

Albus also drifts apart from his cousin Rose, with whom he was close before meeting Scorpius. Prior to Albus and Scorpius's fourth year, Albus gets into a fight with his father after he is given Harry's baby blanket and a love potion from Ron. During the fight, Harry says that he sometimes wishes Albus was not his son, and Albus spills the potion on the blanket. Harry obtains a prototype of a more powerful version of the Time-Turnerbuilt by a Slytherin contemporary of Harry's, Theodore Nott, that allows one to travel back into the past and change history.

Simultaneously, Harry's scar starts hurting again, causing him to become concerned that Voldemort may be returning. Amos Diggorywho has become old and is cared for by his niece, Delphi Diggory, asks Harry to use the Time-Turner to prevent the death of his son, Cedric Diggory. After overhearing Harry refuse to help the Diggorys, Albus is inspired to do so himself and convinces Scorpius to help him.

The two escape from the Hogwarts Express and the trolley witch. The two arrive at St. Knowing that Cedric's death was the result of him winning the Triwizard Tournament [1] alongside Harry, the boys use the Time-Turner to travel back to the first tournament challenge in The two disguise themselves as Durmstrang students in an attempt to sabotage Cedric to prevent his victory. The plan fails, and the disguises cause Hermione to become suspicious of Viktor Krum, a Durmstrang student, and goes to the Yule Ball with Ron instead.

As a result, Ron never experiences the jealousy fundamental to his relationship with Hermione and the two never marry.Rowling has moved into screenwriting, adapting her charity textbook Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them into an upcoming film trilogy starring Eddie Redmayne. And after years cultivating other parts of the franchise, she's dipped back into the lives of her main characters. The script for Harry Potter and the Cursed Childa two-part stage play that opened in London in June, has now been published as a standalone book.

Rowling devised the story along with director John Tiffany and playwright Jack Thorne, with the actual script written by Thorne. Not surprisingly, there's no shortage of Pottermania at WIRED, so a couple of us devoured the book and thought we'd talk about it. I had so many things running through my mind when I finished the script, a lot of things about a certain magical device from Harry Potter's world that I'm sure we'll get into since it plays such a major role in the story.

But here's a burning general question I'd like to start with: Do you think Cursed Child does enough over the course of pages? Does it provide enough additional story to justify its existence as anything other than an additional cash cow for the franchise? Chris Kohler: Well, let's first be clear: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a playnot a novel, and we are reading its script.

It's important to bear in mind that we are not experiencing this work in the way it was meant to be experienced. We're being given the opportunity to purchase a facsimile of an actor's toolkit, and thereby get a glimpse through a keyhole of what it might be like to attend this play.

So to engage with it as a standalone book is, I think, to set yourself up for no small measure of disappointment. But right now, only a whisper of a fraction of a percent of its fans will be able to see the London production. Had this script been kept under lock and key, ravenous fans would have been hacking together all kinds of bootleg scripts from half-remembered lines, surreptitiously trying to record the show, or who knows what else. This script had to be published, and it had to be published now.

With such inevitability taken into account, was it all worth it? I think so. The play's focus on many different frayed parent-child relationships gives it a fairly solid thematic throughline—the big question of "Who is the Cursed Child?

Hell, the whole thing almost feels like an apology for that epilogue; I love that it starts right there and wastes very little time ripping the whole thing's pat happily-ever-after la-di-daness to shreds; Albus Severus does end up in Slytherin, Harry doesn't know how to dad, and relations with the Malfoy family are a chilly alliance at best. That feels right. Could it have stopped there, I wonder. Could this simply have been a play about fathers and sons, rather than a play about fathers and sons and Voldemort and time travel?

Is it Harry Potter without high adventure? Perhaps not. I wasn't bugged by Voldemort's daughter. But I'll tell you what I was bugged about, and I bet you know since we talked about this with regard to 12 Monkeys : In the books, time travel was of the closed-loop variety. When Hermione went back in time, she couldn't change the past, because she'd already been there. But in Cursed Child which is canon! Narratively, it lets us explore other aspects of our favorite characters, but it's also a gaping plot hole.

Am I right to be bothered by this, or should I just in the words of another upcoming Broadway hit let it go? McFarland : That cuts right to the heart of my biggest complaint about the play: it introduces a kind of magic previously never hinted at by Rowling. In Prisoner of Azkabanwhen Hermione and Harry use the Time-Turner in an attempt to free Sirius Black, the story depicts time travel exactly the way you describe.