Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Act One, Scenes One through Seven Summary & Analysis

J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne, and John Tiffany
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Summary

“Act One, Scene One” is set at “King's Cross,” a busy train station. People are rushing around as James and Albus Potter push their trolleys toward a spot between two platforms where the boys will board a magical train. As they walk, Albus asks his mother, Ginny, if she will remember to write to him. She promises. Harry Potter is also with the group, with his daughter Lily on his shoulders. Harry reminds them that they cannot hesitate once they reach the barrier between platforms, and the family runs toward the spot together.

“Act One, Scene Two” is set at “Platform Nine and Three-Quarters.” There is steam all over the platform from the Hogwarts Express, a magical train already on the track. This platform is also busy, but it is filled with families of witches and wizards, all working...

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