The magical world of witches and wizardry will be brought to life at Ellenborough Park this winter with its Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them – inspired afternoon tea and book reading, coinciding with the anticipated release of the new blockbuster.
The original screenplay marks the screenwriting debut of J.K Rowling, author of the internationally bestselling and beloved Harry Potter books, which boast remarkable characters, magical creatures and adventure-packed storytelling.
Little witches and wizards can enter the world of Harry Potter at Ellenborough Park’s book reading from the Waterstones team, with fancy dress, a prize for the best costume and fun and games, as well as a special themed afternoon tea buffet in the gallery.
Boasting a dreamy selection of teatime treats that wouldn’t look out of place in Hogwarts’ Great Hall, diners can enjoy tucking into a chocolate salted caramel truffle called The Snitch; a raspberry, orange and lemon potion; pumpkin tea; and a toffee and caramel-flavoured cream dessert, dubbed Butter Beer.
The innovative afternoon tea is also served with a Bertie Botts Chocolate Bar; chocolate and mint-flavoured frogs; edible candles and a selection of sandwiches.
The Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Book Reading and Afternoon Tea is available on Monday 21 and Tuesday 22 November from 4.30pm, with tickets costing £25 for one adult and one child up to the age of 12.
For more information, see Ellenborough Park or call (01242) 545454.
Tuesday 08 November 2016
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