Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: a haiku review

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Best left well alone I think

Why did Jo do it?

 

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2 thoughts on “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: a haiku review

  1. She done it cause there was an audience for it I think the hype of Harry Potter hasn’t died and with good reason, I do love the play but feel many judge is as a novel/ or a follow on of the HP stories but it isn’t and to truly enjoy it you’ve to separate from the original books-which is very difficult as the plot relies on knowledge of the books. I can understand the frustration of everyone that hates it I think I’m just biased I’m a Harry Potter geek.
    May I ask have you seen it on stage ?

    1. No I haven’t seen it on stage. I expect I would feel better about it if I had. I see what you mean about separating if from the original books, but that is a bit tricky!

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