Alohomora Indeed: Upcoming Harry Potter play tells the eighth story of Harry Potter series

Based on the universally beloved seven book series Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling, an eighth story is finally revealed through the oncoming play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany.

Harry Potter is the star of the original series, and the seven books follow him through his quest to vanquish the notorious Voldemort along with his friends Ron and Hermione, while trying not to get himself killed.

The eagerly anticipated play, though, is about Harry Potter’s child, Albus Severus, and depicts his struggle to uphold the notable family legacy. Meanwhile, Harry is struggling with his fame and being an “over-worked” employee of the Ministry of Magic.

This installment in the Harry Potter saga plans to answer all of the questions that the loyal readers have since reading the cliff-hanger epilogue at the end of the seventh book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.

The official site is selling tickets through their two official ticketing partners, Nimax Theatres and ATG Tickets. Tickets went on sale at 11am GMT on Friday, October 30th. Reduced price preview performances of Part One and Part Two of the play begin on June 7th and run through to July 29th, 2016. The cast has not yet been decided on. The play will premiere at the Palace Theatre in London’s West End.

“‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ tickets are harder to catch than a Snitch,” MTV said in their article about the play. Readers are eagerly anticipating this play’s arrival, and Rowling has made comments about it on Twitter.

“People are so stoked up about it. I’m conscious of bringing the fans what they love, doing this story justice and exploring the psychology of a grown up Harry Potter with the same epic sweep as the books and the films, but in a different way,” John Tiffany said in an interview with the Pottermore Correspondent (PMC).

The play is the biggest literary franchise seen in theatre due to the series’ absolute fame, and there is expected to be full house opening night.