‘Cursed Child’ statue featuring Albus Severus Potter now on display at play theater in London


With Harry Potter and the Cursed Child debuting at the Palace Theater in London, UK less than 100 days from now, it’s time for marketing and promotions to begin rolling out!

A stunning statue and sign was erected outside of the play’s venue today, featuring Albus Severus Potter (son of Harry and Ginny) sitting inside of a Golden Snitch-like nest:


Below the statue is a massive “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Parts One and Two” sign, play posters, and a sun and moon pattern:


Cursed Child is the first canon story to feature Harry Potter and his family after the epilogue in Deathly Hallows. The story will unfold as a play in London, with previews beginning in June and the official launch in July. Rowling and team will be releasing the play’s script on July 30th for fans who aren’t able to make it to London to see the show live.


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