Lucky Muggles To Enjoy Christmas Dinner At Harry Potter's Great Hall
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A lucky few will get to enjoy a proper Christmas dinner at the most magical cafeteria in the fictional universe. For one night only, fans will be given the opportunity to dine at the Great Hall featured in the “Harry Potter” franchise.
Please just remember, “the third-floor corridor on the right-hand side is out of bounds to everyone who does not wish to die a most painful death.”
The dinner, according to Entertainment Weekly, will be offered in conjunction with the ongoing Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London.
The website delivers all the necessary details for those who want to live vicariously through others because sadly, the event has sold out.
It makes sense because this is what will occur on December 3: “The Hogwarts dining room will be dressed for the occasion with the original props used in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, including flaming Christmas puddings and hams studded with cherries. A wand will be waiting for you at your table and you’ll enjoy the first two courses of a delicious Christmas dinner with all the trimmings on the authentic set.”
It didn’t take long, because this Instagram encouraging people to sign up was posted just a day ago:
For those interested in merely taking a tour, here is a video that gives you a glimpse of the awesome attraction:
Perhaps the tour will open more dates for similar events. Then again that may just be our inner Hermione Granger believing all will be quite perfect in the end.
Optimism aside, diners did pay a pretty penny for what seems like an epic night for fans of the series.
Entertainment Weekly reports, “Only Muggles over the age of 18 can book this magical Christmas experience, and at £230 (about $350), the tickets don’t come cheap.”
The price does include dinner, dancing, a tour and a proper serving of Butterbeer. I guess you could say we are all really rather jealous at the moment.
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