(Firstly, for those of you who know who Wormtail and Winky are, you are better muggle that I).
As hard as we try to wish we weren’t all just plain old muggles, bobbing about our daily lives here on planet earth, sometimes it’s the truth that hurts, and we have to accept that we are. Or are we ?
If you ask my 8 year old Potter Head, she would most definitely give you a sly look of confidence to say that she was NOT a muggle, but the rest of us are, and that’s the way she likes it.
I think you can tell from the photo above that she is quite content in her Hogwarts uniform, and that she wishes she could just get on with making potions and leave us to worrying about the washing, putting the bins out, and NHS cuts.
5 Reasons You Must Watch Harry Potter In Concert
The performance from the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra is totally spell-binding and will have you ready to Apparate at any given moment.
The movie screened in high definition and in full on a 40-foot screen, It means you can use your Extendable Ears and your Secrecy Sensors at the same time.
Much TLC and hard work has gone into the production from its creators; CineConcerts, it’s conductor (and president of CineConcerts), Justin Freer, and the from the very wise Stan Shunpike who helped with the transportation of equipment and instruments to the venue.
The concerts are held at our favourite venue in LONDON town, the Royal Albert Hall. It is also Percy Weasley’s favourite, because the RAH staff are squibs, who eat canary creams and chocoballs in their breaks, (oh! and they still make you feel very welcome).
Lastly, because if you don’t get tickets, I will send you a box of Blood-Flavoured lollipops for every day of the year until you buy your tickets here.
Some further viewing and reading for muggle who like music, events and Bezoars.
“The Harry Potter film series is one of those once-in-a-lifetime cultural phenomena that continues to delight millions of fans around the world. It is with great pleasure that we introduce for the first time ever an opportunity to experience the award-winning music scores played live by a symphony orchestra, all while the beloved film is simultaneously projected onto the big screen. It will be an unforgettable event.” – Justin Freer, conductor