Visiting Warner Bros. Studio Tour London, I always make a beeline to the Weasley’s kitchen. There is something about it that is so homely, welcoming and chaotic all at the same time. During the Hogwarts in the Snow exhibition, the kitchen is transformed ready for Christmas dinner with the Weasleys.
Dumbledore would be horrified to know that I was letting you in on some of the nastiest Dark Arts spells, but how can you defend yourself against them if you don’t know what they are? More to the point, how will you ever be prepared to face the Death Eaters at the Dark Arts exhibit? So, wands at the ready!
Hands up who would love to have Christmas Dinner with the Weasley’s? I know I would. Just look at that table, it just screams warm, family Christmas.
Each of us has our own favourite harry potter film. For Roo, it is The Goblet of Fire. From the Yule Ball, the Tri-Wizard championship and of course, Cedric Diggory.
The start of the festive season won’t be complete without a trip to Warner Bros. Studio Tour London for Hogwarts in the Snow. Each year sees a slightly different twist on the magnificent collection, with the Yule Ball taking centre stage this year.
This festive season, Harry Potter fans are invited to experience Christmas time at Hogwarts and discover how film-makers created fire, ice…
I seem to be playing catch up all the time at the moment. That juggling act of running myself down versus letting people down. Any thoughts of being organised etc. are firmly on hold. From constant illness that is sweeping through our house, which I wish quite frankly would do one. To family life feeling especially hectic with birthdays, activities and school events. I can’t even console myself that it will get better in the next few weeks as we are now in the run up to Christmas.
Earlier this week we headed over to one of our favourite places – Warner Bros. Studio Tour London. This summer sees them showcase the Wizarding Wardrobes from the films. With over 25,000 costumes made for the films, you are treated to some of the most amazing displays as you walk around the making of Harry Potter sets.
I’m really quite pleased that it is Friday. I’m having a bad day. No particular reason, just lots of little things which are leading me to believe that today is not my day. There are days like that every now and again that just don’t seem to go right from the moment you woke up. At least I have the weekend to look forward to and then just one more week of school runs to contend with.
The long-awaited summer holidays have finally arrived and we have had the chance to stop and catch our breaths after…