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Harry Potter fans you might want to hold on to your wizarding hats - you can spend this Christmas in Hogwarts' Great Hall.
September would normally be too early to get excited for the festive season, but the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London has announced it's once again opening up its doors to allow muggles and magic folk alike to tuck into a meal this winter.
The dinner in the Great Hall events will run in the evenings on December 10-12 and include drinks and canapes, before a magical two-course Christmas feast.
The meal itself sounds spellbinding. All courses have a regular, vegetarian and vegan option. Even Ron Weasley would approve of all the amazing options.
If all of that just isn't magical enough for us muggle folk, all guests will be served dessert on Platform 9 ¾, next to the original Hogwarts Express train before getting the opportunity to explore the Studio Tour exclusively after hours.
A night among the wizarding world wouldn't be complete without wrapping up celebrations with Butterbeer, music and dancing - along with a bar for those more grown up Potter fans who wish to try some tipples.
It gets even better as when the Great Hall is transformed into a winter wonderland, it features decorations used for the actual Yule Ball in the movie.
The famous dining room, where Harry and Ron frequently gobbled down the ever-refilling food, will be brought to life with Christmas trees and the long dining tables will be dressed as if they were ready for students to enjoy the seasonal feasts at Hogwarts.
Along with the Great Hall undergoing a festive makeover, many of the iconic sets will be decorated as they were during the famous series' Christmas scenes.
As it's Warner Bros, you know they'll be ready to go all out with Harry Potter goodness so keep an eye out for the handmade Christmas cards in the cosy Gryffindor Common Room and Boys' Dormitory, as these were actually created by the real cast members during production.
The spectacular that is the Hogwarts castle isn't being left out - it's going to be given its own blanket of festive snow, which has to be applied by hand, with a sieve, to give it a more authentic look.
But, before you grab your cloaks and brooms to fly off in excitement, an evening like this will cost you a pretty galleon or two.
Tickets for the Dinner in the Great Hall dining event will set customers back £240 per person - ouch.
You can pick these up from September 25 at 10am from the Warner Bros. Studio Tour website and the magical event itself will run from 6pm until midnight from December 10-12.
Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros Studio Tour London
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