Harry Potter never thought he’d escape his dingy little closest and become a super-famous Wizard, but he did.
Ron Weasley never thought he’d finally grow a pair of balls and slap a big kiss on Hermione, but all it took was a near-death experience to push him in the right direction.
Voldemort never thought he’d ever find a surgeon who was willing to perform that dream nose job but, oh wait… this is awkward…
The point is, I never thought that a Harry Potter-inspired brunch would ever exist because it’s too magical of a concept to ever be true. However, just like Harry and Ron, I have learnt that the impossible is possible, because an enchanting Harry Potter themed brunch is making its way to the streets of Manchester and honestly, I don’t know how to contain my excitement!
As part of an eight city-tour, fans will finally have the chance to feast in the Great Hall surrounded by levitating candles, witches and wizards.
This exclusive, three-hour extravaganza will encourage diners to concoct their own potions, cast and create spells and hand themselves over to fortune tellers who will reveal the ins and outs of what their future has to hold.
As well as this, guests will be separated into the four houses and will be take part in a Harry Potter Trivia quiz in an attempt to win the highly sought-after House Cup. And let’s be honest, if you’re not going to dress up in your best HP-inspired outfit, then are you even a fan? Stop being a boring git and whip out the fancy dress – if you want to feel like a legit witch or wizard, then you have to look the part.
Brunch will include a delicious selection of mystical foods with plenty of vegan, vegetarian and gluten free-options. Although this is event is family friendly, children under 15 have to be accompanied by an adult because there may be one too many witches and wizards off their face on butter beer… But aside from that, this wonderful experience is available to pretty much anyone!
If it wasn’t mysterious enough as it is, the organisers are yet to reveal the date of the event and its host venue, but eager fans are encouraged to sign up to the waiting list for when tickets come available.
They will be sold on a first come-first serve basis so I wouldn’t waste any time signing up because tickets are expected to sell out in record time.
The Wizard’s Brunch