On February 3, 360 “Harry Potter” fans of all ages brushed off their wands, donned their costumes, and descended on Gloucester Cathedral for a one-night special event to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the publication of “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”, in the very building where some of the filming took place.
Good day, and welcome to this month’s edition of “Witch Weekly”, in which I, Gilderoy Lockhart, serve as your guide in my critically acclaimed column “Who Wore It Better?”
As the barber tamed my luscious curls, I came across an advertisement for winter coats in a Muggle magazine. It was quite stationary, as usual, but also very effective. I immediately knew I needed to feature some beautiful outer wear in this month’s column.
Greetings once again, my fine, magical friends! I am Gilderoy Lockhart, here to deliver your monthly fill of fashion knowledge. Of course, I pride myself on much more than fashion, but “Witch Weekly” doesn’t need an exceedingly talented potion brewer or dueler, now do they?
Think you’d ace Defence Against the Dark Arts? See for yourself. This gruelingly nauseating and onerous MuggleNet exercises will determine just how good of a chance you have at surviving and thwarting some of the nastiest spells around.
As the stands start to clear out, the competitors for today’s wand skating event take the ice. As usual, France has a high amount of entries in this event. With four chances at defending their ten-year running title, it looks as though France is once again standing in high probability of taking home the top honor in wand skating.