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Harry Potter Summer Screenings

Watch the Harry Potter films where they were made!
Mondays and Tuesdays from 7th July - 26th August

This summer, we're offering you the chance to watch your favourite Harry Potter film at the series' production home as we launch our first ever Harry Potter Summer Screenings.

We'll be showing all eight films across selected dates and you'll get the chance to explore our authentic sets, props and costumes before settling down in our cinema to watch your chosen film.

Tickets must be pre-booked and are priced at £45 per adult and £37.50 per child which includes a foamy glass of Butterbeer, a hot snack, popcorn and a drink.

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2

Summer Screening Details

Package Includes

Enter the Studio Tour after collecting your ticket packs from a dedicated desk in our lobby (this pack includes your food and drink vouchers as well as your ticket for the screening)

Complete your Tour and collect a hotdog (vegetarian version also available), either popcorn or sweets and a soft or hot drink from our Studio Cafe

The screening begins in the cinema



Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire:
Monday 28th and Tuesday 29th July

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix:
Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th August

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince:
Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th August

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1:
Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th August

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2:
Monday 25th and Tuesday 26th August

Bludgers and Broomsticks

Friday 18th July – Monday 1st September

Did You Know?

The Art Department originally designed Bludgers, the wild and bewitched balls that knocked players off their broomsticks, with a leather shell thinking the soft covering would be safer for players. However after feedback from J.K. Rowling the final Bludger became a metal ball.

This summer learn how magical sports and wizarding games came to life on screen.

Authentic costumes from Quidditch scenes will be on display at the Studio Tour as well as the rattling ball crate from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.

You can discover how a combination of special and visual effects were used to make cast members fly and chess pieces move – as well as getting your own chance to test green screen technology!

In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, director David Yates introduced padding to the Quidditch uniforms.

Quidditch scenes were shot on a greenscreen stage allowing the Visual Effects team to digitally add the backgrounds.

Dark Arts

Friday 17th October – Monday 3rd November

Did You Know?

The Creature Effects Department produced hundreds of unique creations including Goblin prosthetics, Mandrakes and 250 body casts, including that of Nearly Headless Nick!

Secrets behind the Dark Arts will be revealed this October half-term at the Studio Tour.

For two weeks only, visitors will learn how the Dark Arts were brought to life on screen, get the chance to duel with a Death Eater and discover one very dark secret...

Each Death Eater has a unique mask featuring their own particular design or motif, so they could be personally identified.

Helena Bonham Carter wore fake rotten teeth and nails that were long and gnarled whilst playing Bellatrix Lestrange.

The Dark Mark symbol, which appears ‘tattooed’ on the arms of Voldemort's Death Eaters, was created through a combination of prosthetic make-up and visual effects.

Hogwarts at Christmas

Friday 14th November – January 2015

Did You Know?

The food featured in the feasts throughout the early films was real; however, the Set Decoration department later used artificial food created from powder and resin.

The most magical seasonal makeover of the year will take place at the Studio Tour this November as the Great Hall is filled with the actual decorations and food props used in the most successful film series of all time.

You'll get the chance to see first-hand how the vast Christmas feasts were created and how sets were transformed for festive scenes.

The breathtaking Hogwarts castle model will also be given a festive makeover as it will be covered in a blanket of snow.

More than 130 Hogwarts Christmas crackers were created, these were designed by the Graphics Department and feature the house colours and crests.

One of our staff members, Shelley, previously worked as a Costume Maker and helped create Luna Lovegood's dress for the Slug Club Christmas party.

The Weasley kitchen set will also undergo a seasonal transformation, decorated as though the family had just finished Christmas dinner.

The artificial snow used on the Hogwarts castle model throughout the Harry Potter film series was actually dendritic salt.

Model Effects Supervisor Jose Granell will sprinkle snow on to the model using a sieve – like dusting sugar onto a cake.

The astronomy tower’s telescope glistening with drops of the salt and glitter mixture.

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