Eddie narrates the Dursleys’ desperate attempts to escape the mysterious letters addressed to Mr H Potter. But will Harry ever get to read one?
You can register with the Harry Potter Fan Club to get all the latest updates on further video readings too. Remind yourself of Chapter Two, read by Noma Dumezweni or step forward to Chapter Four, read by Stephen Fry, here.
Eddie Redmayne is well known for playing the role of Newt Scamander in J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts series as well as his portrayal of physicist Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything. He is also a Patron of the MND Association.
Look forward to more famous faces and friends of the Wizarding World (and beyond!) to help us to read through all seventeen chapters of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s/Sorcerer’s Stone over the upcoming weeks. Read more about our future contributors here.
You may notice some wonderful drawings representing the third chapter during the read-through. Look forward to more artwork in every chapter and read below to see how you can get involved in contributing yourself.
You can also listen to ‘The Letters from No One’ on Spotify if you fancy an audio-only version.
Now that you’ve refreshed your memory of J.K. Rowling’s third chapter of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (or Sorcerer’s Stone for our US readers), here’s more about ‘The Letters from No One’.
How much did you just learn? For the young (and the young at heart!) – try our new Chapter Challenge! Collect house points as you complete chapter-themed tasks and quizzes, along with a secret quest. Oh, and speaking of ‘house points’ remember to get sorted into your Hogwarts house too!
For those who’ve visited the wizarding world before – read more about ‘The Letters from No One’, as we explore the importance of post across the Harry Potter books.
Harry’s desperate to open the letters that keep arriving for him in Chapter Three. But how about making your own with this crafting video Bloomsbury have kindly shared with us from their Harry Potter Book Night celebrations? If you’re feeling really creative, you could make one for every member of your household!
But when is Chapter Four coming, we hear you cry? Don’t worry, this is just the beginning. Be sure to check back at HarryPotterAtHome.com every week where you can expect new readings from a stellar cast of narrators.
In fact, if you’re worried about missing out on any updates from Harry Potter At Home and beyond, don’t worry. Sign up to our Harry Potter Fan Club newsletter, where you can receive exciting new updates every week on Harry Potter At Home, further chapters, and much more. Here’s how.
And what about this fan art? Yes, well reminded. We’re inviting you to send in your pieces to represent key moments from the first book, which will feature in future videos. At the moment, we’re looking for moments that feature in Chapter Four onwards.
By our mathematics skills, that would give us fourteen chapters to go, so please do send us your interpretations of famous scenes from those chapters via the hashtag #HarryPotterAtHome to @WizardingWorld’s Twitter account. Submitting your artwork this way ensures the Harry Potter At Home project absolutely has your permission to use your pieces online.
You can check out our rules and guidelines to submitting here and an important note to all parent and guardians that you must submit your children’s art on their behalf.
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Harry Potter At Home is our way of bringing the magic into people’s homes, casting a Banishing Charm on boredom. These special video readings are just one of the many things you can do at home with us, whether alone or with your friends or family. Our new Harry Potter At Home project is very much a team effort, combining the resources of Harry Potter UK and US publishers Bloomsbury and Scholastic, Pottermore Publishing, Warner Bros., leading spoken-word producer and provider Audible, our numerous library suppliers, library supplier OverDrive, streaming platform Spotify, and of course, our very own magic-makers here at WizardingWorld.com.