During the recent Ghostbusters furore, enraged opponents claimed the movie would ruin their childhood. As someone who grew up with the Harry Potter book series – preparing for GCSEs while the characters stressed over their O.W.L.s – I can happily declare that this affectionate, spellbinding work only enhances that treasured experience. It’s both nostalgic and thrillingly new, a smartly crafted love letter to J.K. Rowling’s invention and to theatre itself.
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