Warner Bros. Studio Tour to Host “Sweets and Treats” Feature
We’re used to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter putting on spectacular and fun events for visitors during school holidays, and this summer the Studio Tour will not disappoint.
It has just been announced that the tour will host a new feature called “Sweets and Treats”, which will take place between July 20 and September 6.
The feature will show visitors
how film food – both edible and artificial – was made for the Harry Potter film series as we host our first ever Sweets and Treats feature.
Prop makers who worked on the film series will return to the Studio Tour to run delectable demonstrations, showing how props such as the floating pudding from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets were made.
Certain sets will also be dressed as they were for certain scenes in the films, such as the Gryffindor common room, which will look as it did in the Quidditch celebration scene in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.
If that’s not enough for you, then following the “Sweets and Treats” feature, the “Back to School” feature will return in September for ten days, allowing visitors
the opportunity to make a simple card model, like those used in the early stage of the design process, as well as creating a storyboard for your own original story idea.
Plus, events taking place through the winter have also been announced, including the return of “Hogwarts in the Snow.” You can see our reviews of previous features – and the new Hogwarts Express permanent feature – here.
Tickets can be booked for the tour now – but hurry, tickets won’t be around for long! Tickets must be pre-booked, and special features are included in normal admission price.
Find out more about the special features and the tour itself here.
Are you planning on going to any of the upcoming special features at the tour? Let us know in the comments!