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Warner Bros. Studio Tour Will Be Dedicated To Slytherin Next Year

Warner Bros. Studio Tour Will Be Dedicated To Slytherin Next Year

We might all still be imagining what house we'd be sorted into if we'd arrived at Hogwarts with Harry Potter and co - and now Slytherins will get their day.

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Warner Bros Studios have announced there will be a tour dedicated to the house known for its cunning and ambition next year.

Yes, from Friday 3rd April to Sunday 6th September 2020 the studio tour will be dedicated to all things Slytherin.

According to the Warner Bros website, the Great Hall will be decked out in Slytherin colours to celebrate the house's victory of the House Cup.

Guests will enjoy a grand feast and original banners from the film suspended from the enchanted ceiling.

The Studio Tour's Great Hall will be decked out in Slytherin colours. (Credit: Warner Bros)
The Studio Tour's Great Hall will be decked out in Slytherin colours. (Credit: Warner Bros)
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After this, the Studio Tour will reveal "the secrets behind the costumes and props belonging to the most sinister of Hogwarts houses."

In the books, written by J.K. Rowling, Slytherin was founded by Salazar Slytherin and has many links to dark magic.

Slytherin was said to have produced many Dark witches and wizards. The Head of Slytherin is Severus Snape, Harry's arch enemy in the books.

Adult tickets for the Studio Tour start at £47 and you can book them in advance here.

Another exciting experience at the studios coming up for Christmas is 'Dinner in the Great Hall'.

Malfoy and co were members of Slytherin. (Credit: Warner Bros)
Malfoy and co were members of Slytherin. (Credit: Warner Bros)

Exactly how it sounds, between 9th and 11th December, guests will have the chance to dine in the Great Hall, transformed for the festive season.

Guests will be greeted with welcome drinks and canapés before enjoying a two-course festive dinner. Eating Christmas dinner and drinking Butterbeer - honestly what could be better?

It doesn't come in cheap though at £240 a head.

The Great Hall will also get a Christmas makeover (Credit: Warner Bros.)
The Great Hall will also get a Christmas makeover (Credit: Warner Bros.)

Warner Bros. Studio Tour London, based at the studios in Leavesden, first opened in 2012.

In 2017, Warner Bros revealed the tour based on the making of the Harry Potter movies had generated £337 million of revenue since opening its doors.

Featured Image Credit: Warner Bros

Topics: Harry Potter, Entertainment News, TV and Film

Ciara Sheppard

Ciara is a freelance journalist working for Tyla. After graduating from the University of Sussex, Ciara worked as a writer at GLAMOUR Magazine and later as the Assistant Editor of Yahoo Style UK.

 

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