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A 'Harry Potter And The Cursed Child' Play Could Be Coming To Toronto

Harry Potter's story after Book 7 could be told on the Toronto stage.
A 'Harry Potter And The Cursed Child' Play Could Be Coming To Toronto

Accio, Harry Potter fans - a new Harry Potter live theatre production could be making it's way to Toronto.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the newest Harry Potter story to be released and it follows the seventh book in the  series. The story, which was written by playwright Jack Thorne, was initially intended for a London stage production; but due to its overwhelming success in such short time, there have been talks of bringing the play to theatres worldwide.

Sonia Friedman and Colin Callender, the play's producers, have hinted at bringing the play to North America.

No further details have been disclosed by Friedman and Callender, however North American theatre and Broadway is definitely in their sightlines. In the meanwhile, fans can pick up a copy of the book, which was released for print just this July 31st.

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