Harry Potter Fans Can Have Dinner in the Great Hall at Hogwarts

30 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Calling all witches and wizards: Harry Potter super fans invited for the first Christmas feast at Hogwarts’ Great Hall (but it will cost £230 for a ticket).

Proving dreams to come true, luckily Londoners will have the chance to attend the first-ever “Dinner in the Great Hall,” hosted by The Warner Bros. Fans of the “Harry Potter” franchise who managed to fetch tickets will enjoy a magical evening, with a two-course meal ( vegetarian option included).As if Christmas wasn’t magical enough, what with the snow and presents and the fat beardy man sneaking down your chimney, now Harry Potter has gone and made it even better.Only 24-hours after Warner Brothers Studio Tour London announced the first ever festive feast in the Hogwarts Great Hall, they had to announce that it sold out.Lucky guests will not only enjoy a two-course Christmas dinner with all the trimmings, but will also have their own magical wands waiting for them at the table.

The $349 dinner, which will take place Dec. 3 from 6 p.m. to midnight, also includes a wand and a tour of other sets used in the film, such as the Gryffindor common room, the Weasley kitchen and Diagon Alley. Guests will dine in the authentic Harry Potter setting, decorated with props featured in the first of the eight films, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. For one night only on December 3rd, Hazza P fans will be able to enjoy a festive Butterbeer and a full Christmas dinner in the iconic set – although the enchanted ceiling probably won’t come with it.

Fans who can’t make it to the feast, can look forward to the franchise’s spin-off — “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” —due out in 2016. But before you think that being surrounded by kids getting hyper on Fizzing Whizzbees isn’t your cup of tea, the event is only for over 18s, meaning it’ll be a child free zone. The Watford-based attraction has recently opened a Platform 9 ¾ – featuring the original Hogwarts Express locomotive – and a selection of three festive dessert bowls will be served alongside this.

Considering tickets were going for £230, we’re quite surprised the event has already sold out – but judging by just how much demand there is for a festive Harry Potter occasion, we’re betting more dates will be added soon. Butterbeer will be provided in the backlot café and guests will walk up the wizarding shopping street, Diagon Alley, before seeing the breathtaking Hogwarts castle model.

And anyone who has also wanted to experience a ball at Hogwarts will be pleased to discover that the evening will conclude with dancing and music. ‘At present, there are no plans for further dates, however, we hold a range of special features and events throughout the year and regular updates are posted on our website.’

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