It’s no secret that J.K. Rowling is dabbling in the wizarding world of Harry Potter once again. Production is ongoing with the upcoming David Yates film ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’, which the author wrote the script for, and new material is coming out all the time on Pottermore. But back in 2013, Rowling made mention that the Boy Who Lived would be taking the stage when the beloved writer announced that she would be co-producing a play about the young wizard’s pre-Hogwarts life in “the previously untold story of Harry Potter’s early years as an orphan and outcast.” And now even more details about the character’s journey to the theater.

According to Entertainment Weekly, the play will be called ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.’ Spawning from a collaboration between Rowling, television writer Jack Thorne, and Tony Award-winning director John Tiffany, it will make it’s debut at the Palace Theatre on London’s West End some time in 2016. Tickets go on sale this fall, but more details regarding the plot will likely come later this summer.

So what do we know so far? Previously it was thought that the play would explore Harry’s early life in the 1980s from the time his parents were killed by Voldemort to his upbringing with the Dursleys, but Rowling failed to comment on those specifics. All she would say is that it’s not a prequel and it will be apparent why she chose this medium rather than another novel to finally tell this untold story. Here are her tweets on the matter:

Based on the information that we’ve heard about the play so far, I’m not sure how this won’t be a prequel unless the idea has been completely changed to tell a story about Harry during his time as an Auror or his experience with one of his own children something like that. But no matter which story Rowling and her collaborators decide to tell, Potterheads from around the world will likely flock to London to get their fix of Harry Potter once again. (And this time without all that horse business.)