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And they're MAGICAL (geddit?)

Last night was the first official night of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. You’d be forgiven for thinking it had been open for a while, but the last eight weeks have been previews, which is basically when they try things out, see how it works and do things like decide using live owls isn’t going to work.

But now it’s officially open, and that means reviews. The good news for the Cursed Child creative team is that the critics absolutely loved it. The Guardian’s most famous reviewer, Michael Billington, described being spell-bound (sorry, couldn’t resist) by the play, despite having a limited knowledge of the Potter world, writing: ‘Occasionally, as fans gasped at new pieces of information, I felt like a teetotaller at a convention of licensed victuallers. But, while it helps to be a paid-up Potterhead, Tiffany and his team stage the piece with such dazzling assurance that I finally began to see the point of being wild about Harry.’

The Telegraphcalled it ‘pure magic’ and theNew York Timesreported that it ‘casts a spell on stage.’

Audiences are handed ‘keep the secrets’ badges as they leave the theatre, and who could bring themself to upset JK by spilling the beans? So all we’ll say is that Imogen Heap’s music is astonishing, the magic is just as good as anything done on screen by CGI, the entire cast are incredible (special mention to Anthony Boyle playing Scorpius) and one Marie Claire staffer admits that she cried for the first 45 minutes because it was so exciting to be immersed in Harry’s world all over again.

It’s not just the critics who loved it though, audience were also seriously impressed. Check out some of the (spoiler free) reactions.

http://storify.com/RebeccaCNReid/fans-are-seriously-happy-with-cursed-child

The play is going down so well with fans that the resale price on tickets has completely skyrocketed, with tickets, originally priced between £30 and £120, now being resold for an incredible £2,000.





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