Harry Potter Evening in Llandudno: wizard magic, potion making & quiz

Join us on Wednesday the 26th  of June, for a Harry Potter evening in Llandudno.

Llandudno is a very popular tourist destination, with plenty of shops and attractions to keep everyone occupied during their visit. But hidden away in plain sight on Clonmel Street is a wonderful shop full of magic and mystery; a place dedicated to the wondrous and mystical world brought to life by J.K Rowling.

Llandudno’s Hogwarts! The Wonderful Wizarding Boutique.

The Wizarding Boutique in Llandudno is a Harry Potter fan’s dream, the perfect place for all your magical needs.

Last month we brought some of our wizarding magic to one of their special ticketed events. It was a blast to be a part of and everyone had a great time, with plenty of positive comments following the evening. Thanks to this success we’re returning to Llandudno’s Hogwarts with even more magic and mystery.

wizard performing at a harry potter evening in llandudno

An evening of magic and potion making

This is a brilliant and unique night out for any Potter fan. The evening begins with a serving of Butterbeer, a truly tasty beverage straight from the books. Then once everyone is all settled in, Jay kicks off the night with his magic and illusion show; you’ll feel like you have truly entered into a school of witchcraft and wizardry!

Then it’s time to put your crafty mind in gear and create your own potion, by the end of this you’ll have your own unique item to put proudly on your mantelpiece at home. Just make sure you tell all your guests that just one sip will turn them into a toad!

And the evening closes out with the dastardly, difficult (but fair all the same) Harry Potter quiz. This is the ultimate test to see if you are the Hermoinie of Potter fans, and an unlimited font of wizarding knowledge.

After all that, you will be able to peruse the shop and maybe find that last thing you need for your collection. It’s a brilliant event and perfect fun for all ages, there’s something for everyone to sink their teeth into.

And it’s important to remember that we solemnly swear that we are up to no good. Are you? Come along and join us in some Harry Potter revelry.

What you need to know about a Harry Potter evening in Llandudno

The event will take place on Wednesday the 26th of June 2019 at 6.30pm and is suitable for all ages, though under 12s must have an adult with them (only the participating child needs a ticket).

Tickets are £15 and can be booked online through the Wizarding Boutique website.

For more information , follow this link to the event page on Facebook

An Evening of Magic at the Wizarding Boutique – Social media mentions

Gatling Magic at the Wizarding Boutique in Llandudno. Social media mentions for an evening of Harry Potter themed magic, potion making & a quiz.

There’s been some wonderful feedback on social media about the recent evening of Harry Potter themed magic at the Wizarding Boutique in Llandudno.

For more details of our parlour magic, visit our parlour magic page.

An Evening of Magic at the Wizarding Boutique in Llandudno

We joined Debbie and a group of Harry Potter fans at the Wizarding Boutique in Conwy for an evening of magic, potion making and a quiz.

To start the evening, Jay performed some wizarding magic with ropes, rings, a Rubick’s cube, and even a floating table.

Next was potion making, with plenty of ingredients for everyone to create their own unique concoctions.

After a refreshing drink of butterbeer, it was time for the quiz – it was nail-bitingly close with only one point separating the winning team!

The Wizarding Boutique has a huge selection of officially licensed Harry Potter Merchandise.

Be sure to check out the shop, and don’t forget that for every £10 you spend, you get a point for your house!

Be sure to visit their Facebook page for news of their next magical evening.

Wizarding Boutique website

For more details of our parlour magic, visit our parlour magic page.

Wizard Magic, Potion Making & Quiz Evening at the Wizarding Boutique in Llandudno

Join Jay at the Wizarding Boutique in Llandudno for a unique evening of magic and potion making!

Participants will get to mix their own potion in a decorative glass bottle, take part in a Harry Potter themed quiz, and see breathtaking magic performed in front of them, as well as try some homemade butterbeer.

The event is suitable for all ages, although under 12s need to be accomanied by an adult (only the participating child needs a ticket).

Taking place on Thursday 18th April at 6.30pm, tickets are available here.

Visit the Wizarding Boutique’s website, and find them on Facebook for more information.

For more details of our parlour magic, visit our parlour magic page.

Harry Potter Warner Bros. Studio Tour London


How could we possibly resist something so full of magic? Also, I’m a huge fan of the Harry Potter series, so we simply had to go on the studio tour.

We took the train to Watford Junction, then got on the shuttle bus to the studio itself. From the moment you arrive, you start to see items from the films, with some of the iconic giant chess pieces from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone outside the entrance to the tour.

After a short film, the magic began in earnest, and we walked into the Great Hall.


I already knew which house I was in, having been sorted when I joined Pottermore, so I was very pleased to see a set of  Revenclaw robes on display.

Of course, robes from all the other houses were in the Great Hall too, including the very first set of robes that Harry wore in the first film.


Stepping out of the Great Hall, the tour really started, with props, costumes, and sets from the films. Seeing everything up close really lets you appreciate the small detail that you might miss when you watch the films. For example, in the chocolate feast there’s a rabbit in a magician’s top hat!


Further along you get a chance to walk into some of the iconic sets, the Griffindor common room, the boys’ dormitory, and Dumbledore’s office.


The phoenix that guards the door to Dumbledore’s office, Harry’s invisibility cloak, the Mirror of Erised, and the Leaky Cauldron are all here too.


Next were cases full of some of the smaller props.

The wands of all the main characters are here, and so are the Horcruxes, the Phillosopher’s Stone, the first Golden Snitch that Harry ever caught, and the prisoner number that Sirius Black was given when he entered Azkaban.

There’s just so many things to see in this magical treasure trove that it’s impossible to describe them all.


Some of the larger props were next, including the door to the Chamber of Secrets, Professor Remus Lupin’s case, and one of the Gringots minecarts.


More sets were next, including Hagrid’s hut, the Burrow, the Potions classroom, and the Ministry of Magic.


There was still more to come, a full set of Quidditch balls, and a case full of Death Eater masks.


Then it was out of the first area, and into the open-air section of the tour. Privet Drive, the Potter’s house in Godric’s Hollow, the Knight Bus, and the Hogwarts bridge were all on display.

The studio is also one of only 3 places in the world that sell Butterbeer, so I simply had to try some!


After that, it was back inside, and a walk through the creature shop that created Fawkes the phoenix, Buckbeak the hippogrif,  the giant basilisk, and so many other monsters and magical animals.


We also loved the quote about the team that made all these fantastic beasts!


From there, we took a stroll down Diagon Alley, full of wizarding shops like Flourish and Blotts, and Quality Quidditch Supplies, as well as Gringott’s bank.


Next was the design section, featuring concept art, models of sets, and some of the books and papers made for the films, as well a statue of the Hogwarts Architect.


The last section of the tour was quite possibly the most amazing thing.

A 1:24 scale model of Hogwarts castle, measuring 50 feet across, it has over 2,500 lights inside, some of which even flicker as though people were walking along the miniature corridors.


The model also goes through a continual day/night cycle, allowing you to see Hogwarts changing through dawn and dusk.


It’s an incredible finale to a wonderful journey behind the scenes of the Harry Potter films.

We took almost 500 photographs between us, and what you’ve seen in this post is just small selection of them.