Revealed: The Halloween Warner Bros Studio Tour Harry Potter film set expertise – with floating pumpkins, reside Death Eater duels and dinner in the Forbidden Forest
- The ‘Making of Harry Potter’ film set’s annual Halloween function will open to the public on September 24
- This 12 months’s theme is the ‘Dark Arts’, with Voldemort’s ‘Dark Mark’ image projected all through the studio tour
- Tickets can be found for a spooky eating expertise in the Great Hall and in Hogwarts’ out-of-bounds part
- Visitors will be capable of study wand fight from Paul Harris, who choreographed fights in the Potter motion pictures
Something depraved this fashion comes. New images present how Warner Bros Studio London has reworked the ‘Making of Harry Potter’ film set for its annual Halloween celebration.
It’s working from September 24 and this 12 months is all about the darkish arts, with Lord Voldemort’s notorious image, the ‘Dark Mark’, projected all through the studio tour. Guests can acquire a Studio Tour passport on arrival and go on the hunt for it as they discover.
They’ll tiptoe beneath 100 floating pumpkins in the Great Hall, face a Death Eater in a duel, and over-18s may even attend a particular spooky dinner on the haunting set.
The floating pumpkins in the Great Hall have been handcrafted by the Head Propmaker on the Harry Potter movies, Pierre Bohanna
Lord Voldemort’s notorious image, the ‘Dark Mark’, can be projected all through the tour. Pictured are two Death Eaters forward of a duel
Harking again to the Halloween scene in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, the pumpkin lanterns have been handcrafted by the Head Propmaker on the Harry Potter movies – acclaimed designer Pierre Bohanna and his staff.
The staff additionally designed the elaborate feast that can be displayed in the Great Hall, the tables piled excessive with confectionary.
Visitors can be invited to study a sequence from the Battle of Hogwarts wand fight scene in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2.
Once they’ve honed their abilities, they’ll take a look at out their spells on cloaked Death Eaters.
Pierre Bohanna and his staff designed the spectacular Halloween feast that can be displayed in the Great Hall
The sugary unfold is predicated on the Halloween scene from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
Over three separate nights, a choose few Harry Potter followers can be wined and dined on the film set as a part of the Studio Tour’s Hogwarts After Dark occasions.
The night begins with smoking dry ice cocktails and canapés earlier than visitors are summoned into the Great Hall for a variety.
The lights will dim, Death Eaters will patrol the corridor and foreboding music will play as attendees get pleasure from a two-course meal.
Once the primary course is completed, visitors will ‘seize a lantern and observe the spiders into the Forbidden Forest the place dessert can be served amongst the imposing bushes and creatures present in the out-of-bounds part of Hogwarts’.
Throughout the night, visitors will study a few of the behind-the-scenes secrets and techniques of the motion pictures, reminiscent of how troll snot and unicorn blood was created.
And they are going to duel with Death Eaters. What’s extra, there can be a visitor look from Harry Potter Wand Choreographer Paul Harris to show the wand fight strikes seen in the battle scenes.
Ahead of the occasion, Paul described the significance of wand fight as a ‘physical element to casting a spell, because otherwise what makes one wizard better than another?’
Over three separate nights, a choose few Harry Potter followers can be wined and dined on the film set as a part of the Studio Tour’s Hogwarts After Dark occasions
Death Eaters will patrol the Great Hall as diners eat and later they are going to be guided to the Forbidden Forest
Butterbeer can be on provide on the night time for all, and those that fancy one other tipple can head to Platform 9 and three quarters, the place additional drinks can be accessible.
Tickets should be pre-booked at www.wbstudiotour.co.uk or by calling the Studio Tour’s Visitor Services Team on 0345 084 0900 and can’t be purchased at the attraction.
The Studio Tour’s ‘Hogwarts after Dark’ occasions will happen on October 6, 7, and eight from 7:30pm till midnight and are open to over-18s solely. Guests can be seated at tables of 10 or 12 and tickets are priced at £260pp. Tickets will go on sale at 10am on August 24 for Harry Potter Gold members and August 26 for basic launch. Tickets can be accessible to buy at www.wbstudiotour.co.uk/after-dark or by calling 0345 084 0900.
Warner Bros Studio London’s spooky new function will run from September 24 till November 7
Diners can study the behind-the-scenes secrets and techniques of the Harry Potter film franchise on the night time