The actors who will play Harry Potter, Hermione Grainger and Ron Weasley in the Broadway production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Chils have been revealed.
In the world of Harry Potter, September 1st is the day students head off to Hogwarts.
2017 marks 19 Years Later, the date that the epilogue of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows ends and the play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, begins.
So to celebrate, 400 tickets priced at £40 each for the performances of Parts One and Two on September 1st will go on sale this week.
Two new Harry Potter books, featuring previously unseen material from the Bloomsbury archives and JK Rowling, will be published in October.
The new cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child have been busy getting into character ahead of their debut in the play tomorrow (Wednesday May 24th).
A number of well-known comedians will take part in a special gig aiming to raise money for injured Harry Potter actor Jim Tavare.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will welcome a number of new cast members in May.
Loads to talk about in this week’s That A Wrap podcast with Angie Greaves including, did you know Bruce Springsteen recorded a song for the first Harry Potter film?
Plus, my thoughts on Denzel Washington and Viola Davis’s new film Fences (delighted she won the BAFTA).
Of course there’s also all the usual news including John Grisham’s latest thriller, Thandie Newton’s possible Star Wars role and the return to the UK of R&B stars En Vogue.
Eddie Redmayne has returned to the role of Newt Scamander a bit earlier than everyone expected.
He’s recorded a new audiobook of the fictional textbook which will be available through Audible and Pottermore.
A new, updated edition of JK Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them will be published in March.
So much discuss in this week’s That’s A Wrap podcast with Angie Greaves.
This week we’re covering everything from Meryl Streep’s special award to Gwen Stefani’s date with Elmo and the Sesame Street gang.
Plus there’s news on the long talked about Freddie Mercury biopic, why Rob Brydon’s learning synchronised swimming and how many cars The Grand Tour boys have wrecked (so far)