Published on Aug 18th 2021
Things are about to get rather spooky at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter, as the venue prepares for Hallowe’en season. This year, fans will be invited to “follow the Dark Mark” and take part in other activities.

From 24th September to 7th November, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London will be an eerie affair, with their famous Dark Arts feature returning. At the Great Hall set, fans can expect to find a glorious scene of 100 floating pumpkins – all handcrafted by the film series’ Head Propmaker Pierre Bohanna and his team. Elsewhere in the Studio Tour, an ominous Dark Mark will be projected throughout your visit. Visitors will be able to pick up a Studio Tour passport and try and hunt down Lord Voldemort’s sign.

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As darkness looms throughout the Studio Tour, visitors can learn a defensive spell sequence from the famous battle scene, put together by Wand Choreographer from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, Paul Harris, to guide their way in a live duel with Death Eaters.

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The Studio Tour will also be welcoming the return of their popular Hogwarts After Dark events – commencing 6th, 7th and 8th of October for guests over 18. Guests attending these special evenings will be presented with dry ice cocktails and canapés before a swanky two-course dinner amongst popular interior sets including the Potions classroom and Dumbledore’s Office – and then it’s down to the Forbidden Forest for dessert! Certainly not your traditional dinner party experience. And don’t get too comfortable – for Death Eaters will be roaming around throughout the Studio Tour during your visit too!

So, feeling in the spooky spirit yet? We certainly are.

Learn more about Warner Bros. Studio Tour London’s upcoming events at their official website.


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