Harry Potter Show

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Auditorium
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Have you ever wanted to explore the magical world of the Harry Potter books? Join our ‘Professor of Potter’ and his plucky assistant as they bring to life the characters, creatures, spells and adventures from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.

 

A fun and interactive event for all the family whether you are new to the books or a dedicated fan. Certificates and postcards for all who attend. Come and share the magic.

This is a past event 30 Oct 2015

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25 May
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25 May
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25 May
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25 May
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