The cursed child


I have wanted to blog for the last few days, but haven’t found the time. Now, as I sit at my desk to write I do not know where to start. I have had a busy and wonderful half-term week. I have been to my first wedding fayre, which just reminded me how much weddings cost. However, it has also caused me to become more creative to try to keep to our budget. I have also seen some different venues. A venue that is far, far out of our price range and still not our favourite, two beautiful venues that I love and one that just wasn’t very inspiring. This has left us with lots of thinking to do and still more venues to look at.

Following this was our trip to London. I enjoy being in London, but not getting there. The traffic was awful on a Thursday at 12 noon, how is that possible. Then again getting around Birmingham was just as bad. Anyway, I digress! The main reason we went was to see Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. We saw the plays over 2 nights and after reading the script before the plays I had high expectations. I’m glad to say that my expectations were not high enough. It was amazing! I cannot explain how good to was. The story line was great and the way they did the magic on stage was truly magical!. Scorpius Malfoy has to be the best character in the play and the actor that played him was superb! The play was incredibly witty, but also had some heartwarming and emotional moments. Overall, I would highly recommend it and would love to see it again! I’m off to watch the rugby! Swing Low!!!

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