Harry Potter Book Night
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Date: Thursday, 4th February 2016
Location: Various (for some of them: www.harrypotter.bloomsbury.com/uk/event-map )
Promoting website: www.harrypotter.bloomsbury.com/uk/harry-potter-book-night
Many people think that there is a kind of magic in reading books. “What about the magic inside books?” is what a Harry Potter fan could easily ask.
All the admirers of the young wizard’s adventures will be glad to know that, even this year, there will be the Harry Potter Book Night. Across the world, it will be possible to celebrate J.K. Rowling’s novels on Thursday, 4th February 2016. There will be events and activities for readers of all ages.
Last year was the first edition; there were an impressive 10,500 parties in the United Kingdom; so, it seems to be a great night for old and new fans to enjoy the magical HP’s world, and an extraordinary opportunity to stimulate children (and some adults) to read.
Many bookshops, libraries and schools will offer the opportunity to demonstrate how deep your knowledge and love for Rowling’s books are. For Example, some Foyles' organise events in the bookshops of Birmingham, London and Bristol. Having seen the success of the last edition, thousands of people will attend; consequently, to those wishing to participate in some of these events, registration is recommended. For more details, visit the section on the Foyles site: http://www.foyles.co.uk/events
If you are in London this summer, we announce to the hardcore lovers of the Harry Potter stories, the World Premiere of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Parts I & II), on Saturday 30th July 2016. Based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is a new play by Jack Thorne. It is the eighth story in the Harry Potter series and the first official Harry Potter story to be presented on stage.
For more details, please go to the Palace TheatreLondon site:
http://www.palacetheatrelondon.org Or the play site:
Posted on 15/01/2016
by Sue Cawte filed under