Hogwarts After Dark is officially back Harry Potter fans!


Following the success of last year, Hogwarts After Dark is officially back at the Warner Bros Studios The Making of Harry Potter.

It’s back! Hogwarts After Dark is officially back this year and better than ever. Held at the Warner Bros Studios The Making of Harry Potter, the event will be held on Friday 26th, Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th October.

Over 18’s only, this is one event you can’t bring the little ones along to and that’s for good reason. Hogwarts After Dark is not for the feint hearted. Death Eaters will be roaming around, the Forbidden Forest is open for exploration, and there are cocktails; lots of spooky cocktails.

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Hogwarts After Dark took place last year and it was undeniably a huge success. The adult only event gave the chance for Harry Potter fans to have a spooky twist on Halloween and they hope to make it just as successful, maybe even better, than last year.

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Starting from 7:30pm each night and lasting until midnight, the event is packed from start to finish with activities.

Arrive for spooky cocktail and canapé reception

Studio Tours commence in two groups

Enjoy dinner in the Great Hall, which will be transformed for Hallowe’en

Explore the Studio Tour before enjoying dessert in the Forbidden Forest

Guests return to lobby

Studio Tour closes

Tickets don’t go on sale until next week, August 28, and will be priced at £240pp. It’s a hefty price tag but one that is certainly worth the money.

Everything you do during Hogwarts After Dark is exclusive. Your banquet in the Great Hall will be like nothing else. Floating Pumpkins just like in the Harry Potter films will be set up. A Halloween feast that Ron Weasley would approve of will also be served.

After your feast, you will be taking a tour of the Forbidden Forest. The Forbidden Forest is newly opened so hardly anyone has been there before, but you will be doing it by lantern light and will have dessert in the middle of the forest with creatures such as Buckbeak and Aragog.

Death Eaters will be roaming around in original prop costumes, you will learn wand dueling from the wand duelling choreographer of Harry Potter itself, and best of all, the entire Harry Potter tour is pretty much empty; meaning, no long lines, nobody ruining your photos, etc.

So yes, it is a hefty price to pay, but one that is by no means a rip off.

You can get full details off the events at the official Warner Bros Studios website here.

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Are you planning to go to Hogwarts After Dark? Where you there last year? If so what was your experience like? Drop a comment below sharing your thoughts.