Evanna Lynch is in a new play and we definitely want to see it!

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Evanna Lynch is going to be in a new play in London! ‘Disco Pigs’ certainly seems to be a play Luna Lovegood herself would approve of!

We know Evanna Lynch most famously from Harry Potter as Luna Lovegood. But Evanna has also done a few other movies, and also some plays. She just finished playing Beth Houdini, the wife of the title character. This play was also in England. Evanna seems to be on her way to becoming a breakout play master!

Disco Pigs has started in London and will be running through August 19th, 2017! That’s quite the run! It will be at Trafalgar Studios. Along with this, Evanna has also been featured in a music video for a song called ‘Disarm’ by Bry. But she still added more to her plate by taking part in a featured interview with Huffington Post about the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter.

The new play

This play will be based on the movie of the same name. It’s all about two people born on the same day, only moments apart. And in the same hospital also. Pig and Runt become inseparable as they grow older, feeling as though they are twins in every way except by blood. The two tend to be a bit reckless and do things that border on dangerous. But they are always in it together.

But as time goes on, and they grow up, Pig begins a different type of feeling towards Runt and jealousy begins to overtake him as Runt doesn’t feel that way. Things begin to not only spiral out of control, but also become violent. The relationship between Pig and Runt may not last if they can’t figure out how to break free from one another.

The trailer

If you want more of a taste, just click here to watch the special featurette that includes a behind the scenes look with the actors! This is definitely a play you don’t want to miss, so if you have the opportunity to go, it is absolutely something you should do!

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