Harry Potter fans are to have their wish for an extravagant Great Hall feast granted this Christmas thanks to a glamourous event from the Warner Bros Studio Tour.
The famous Hogwarts dining room is being decked out with original props from first movie Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and guests will be greeted with welcome drinks and canapés on arrival.
Christmas dinner will be served and there will be replica wands on the tables for you to cast your own spells.
There will be a selection of puddings will be on offer next to the Hogwarts Express on Platform 9 and 3/4 and you can pick up a mug of traditional Butterbeer from the backlot cafe. Music and dancing will conclude the evening, which runs from 6pm until midnight.
The Great Hall is known from JK Rowling’s books as the setting for memorable scenes such as the Sorting Ceremony and the arrival of the Durmstrang and Beauxbatons students.
Dinner will be held on Thursday 3 December but, while this all sounds fantastic, there is one major drawback. Fans will need to fork out a massive £230 for the experience.
You must be aged 18 or over to attend and photo ID will be required. Smart dress is encouraged but fancy dress is also welcome. Tickets can be booked online here.
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