Die-hard Harry Potter fan? Stuck for things to do this summer? Well, consider that Felix Felicis potion successful, because we have just the thing for you.
Here to satisfy your Potter cravings is The Muggle Book Club – an actual, proper weekly book club designed for Potterheads to de-stress and talk all things magic.
The club will run for 9 (and sadly not 3/4) weeks this summer at a secret location in London, although we reckon if you pop into any phone box and dial 62442, you might get there.
Not only will the club run through a chapter-by-chapter reading of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, but there are also wizarding snacks and games available to enjoy.
For more information and to reserve your spot at the coveted book club, visit The Muggle Book Club's website right here.
If reading's not your bag – well, we can't all be Hermione – then the news that the music of Harry Potter is heading to the BBC Proms might be of interest to you.
Yep, the spellbinding music from the Harry Potter films will feature at this year's Proms as part of a concert celebrating the 85th birthday of film composer John Williams.
When asked if ticket-holders would be allowed to dress up as their favourite witches and wizards, Proms director David Pickard told BBC News: "I will feel very disappointed if they don't."
We reckon you can leave your extendable ears at home for that one.
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