A Slytherin Warner Bros. tour is happening next year and we're so ready

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The Warner Bros. Studio Tour London are always putting on proper magical events for Potterheads. This year, there was an epic Halloween dinner in the Great Hall, complete with a deliciously spooky feast and dessert in the Forbidden Forest alongside Buckbeak the Hippogriff and Aragog the Acromantula.

They're also throwing a Hogwarts Christmas dinner for anyone who wants some festive fun HP style, decking the halls and revamping the wizarding world into a winter wonderland with snow-covered Christmas trees, icicles and a festively decorated Gryffindor common room.

However, if you're after something a bit darker and greener, book a broomstick to take you there next year because Warner Bros. Studios has announced that something extra special will be happening - and if your Pottermore test has landed you in the Slytherin camp, this one is for you.

The Celebration of Slytherin is dedicated to the most ambitious and cunning of the Hogwarts houses, and will be a treat for anyone who likes a sprinkle of dark magic. You can discover the secrets behind the Slytherin costumes and props from the films and for the first time ever the Great Hall will be dressed up in greens and silvers to celebrate a Slytherin victory of the House Cup.

Expect to see a grand feast and original hanging banners, too.

If you're keen to see more it'll be running from 3rd April to 6th September 2020. Tickets for the Studio Tour will cost you £47 and must be pre-booked here.

And that's not all they've got up their sleeves in the new year, as they'll also be celebrating Halloween with a nod to the Dark Arts featuring 100 floating pumpkins in the Great Hall and a feast of lollipops and red apples. Visitors can try combat moves against Death Eaters and expect a spooky makeover for Diagon Alley.

We're off to book immediately...

Jadie Troy-Pryde
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