Years after the final book, the final movie and the final goodbye, Harry Potter still magicks its way into our hearts. J.K. Rowling announced a new play to take the London stage by storm, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.” Tickets to see the show went on sale in London today and sold out.
— MuggleNet.com (@MuggleNet) October 28, 2015
Fans of Harry Potter made jokes about their own “unhealthy” obsession with the series.
— Dany Vasquez (@danyvasquez_) October 28, 2015
— Katie (@katiepatches) October 28, 2015
— ellie may (@ellpompeo) October 28, 2015
Defeating Voldemort doesn't feel like such a big ask after trying to get #cursedchild tickets
— Emily Cole (@EmilyJayne1985) October 28, 2015
Imagine if JK Rowling trolled us all and #CursedChild is just someone dressed as Harry Potter doing a poo in a bucket on stage.
— Robert Manion (@robertmanion) October 28, 2015
Harry, your ridiculously-named son better be worth all this palaver. #CursedChild
— Georgie Beardmore (@georgie_writes) October 28, 2015
A few folks viewed the excitement as the series still bringing diverse crowds together.
So many friends now planning to visit London because of #CursedChild. Harry Potter bringing people together, as always! ?⚡️
— Andy (@andyfriel) October 28, 2015
While some tweeters were both excited for the show and determined to get tickets, others were frustrated that they had no way to view the play. Many called for the play to be turned into a book.
— Harry Potter Fans (@__HpFans__) October 28, 2015
— Aitken (@Aitkens8) October 28, 2015
I'll wait for the movie. #CursedChild
— Scream Dobbs (@DeanDobbs) October 28, 2015