People Are Trying to Free Harry Potter’s Dobby in London

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

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). 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.

Knowing this, Warner Bros. recently announced a chance for fans to eat a Christmas feast in the actual Great Hall from the Harry Potter movies on Dec. 3. 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. The event sold out more or less immediately, even though tickets were a whopping £230, which is slightly more than $350. (Tickets for 2016 will go on sale soon, so start knitting that Weasley sweater.) It’s no wonder fans jumped at the opportunity: Rowling’s fantastical descriptions of the decorations, food, and grounds at Christmas are among the most memorable passages from the books. 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.

If you’re channeling Moaning Myrtle because you didn’t manage to snag at ticket to this year’s feast, perhaps reading the “festive menu” for the Warner Bros. event will bring you some comfort. Attendants will choose between a “ham hock and broad bean terrine” and a radicchio and watercress salad for starters, and between roast turkey with cumin glazed carrots and a vegetarian lasagna for their main course.

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