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Harry Potter Book Night

Thursday 4th February 2016 5pm - 7pm Foyles at Waterloo Station Literary Event, Free Event

It has been almost twenty years since J.K. Rowling first welcomed us into the enchanting world of Hogwarts, and shared the remarkable stories of Harry, Ron and Hermione with us, and we’ve been enthralled ever since. This year, we want you to help us celebrate the phenomenon that is Harry Potter.

On Thursday 4th February, we are embracing all things magical and hosting Harry Potter themed activities. 

Do you fancy yourself as a conscientious and loyal Hermione or more of a cunning Malfoy? Tell us which Hogwarts house you belong to with our very own Sorting Hat. There will be a Hogwarts House chart positioned at the entrance of Foyles so you can tell us which house suits you best.

 

There will also be the opportunity to enter our Harry Potter Quiz Competition for the chance to win your very own Harry Potter Wand. 

 

Not to mention, edible potions for all Harry Potter fans!

 

Venue: Foyles, Lower Concourse, London Waterloo Station, London, SE1 8SW

Tickets: This is a free event and no registration is required

 

Visit our Harry Potter store

 

 

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