JK Rowling has been speaking ahead of the first performance of the two-part West End play, Harry Potter and The Cursed Child. The play picks up where the last book left off, with Hazza P as a middle-aged civil servant.
The play, by Jack Thorne, is based on the story by him, JK Rowling and director John Tiffany.
JK has spoken out about starting to write about HP again, "It was 17 years and just because I've stopped on the page doesn't mean my imagination stopped.
"It's like running a very long race. You can't just stop dead at the finishing line. But I carry that world around in my head all the time," she admitted.
WE STILL THINK ABOUT THEM ALL THE TIME TOO. Still waiting for out Hogwarts letter actually, ahem.
So to tide us over until we can get to the play, JK has revealed that "I think that, as a theatrical experience, as a play, it will be unlike anything people have seen before."
We can't wait cos it's been way. too. long.
Part One and Part Two open at the Palace Theatre on July 30, with previews taking place from June 7.
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