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Voldemort’s loyal Death Eaters are seemingly still out to do the Dark Lord’s duty, as yesterday they took over the Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studio Tour outside London to promote the venue’s upcoming Dark Arts week.

Miraculously, the Studio Tour’s publicists survived the attack and passed along photos.

Dark Arts week, from Saturday, October 27 to Sunday, November 4, will offer sneak peeks at at how the Dark Arts were brought to life on screen for the first time at the Studio Tour. “Discover how the costumes were developed for the most infamous characters, learn about the make-up techniques used to help the actors get into character and come face-to-face with Death Eaters,” they write.

Attendees will also be able to take a “lesson” in the Potions classroom where over 500 original jars all with handwritten labels will be on display. In Malfoy Manor you’ll be able to see a few prophecy orbs.

You can grab tickets to the Harry Potter Studio Tour whether or not you’re attending Dark Arts week on its official site. Tickets must be purchased in advance. If you’re unsure whether or not to visit, check out our review which we published after it opened in March.

See photos from the Death Eaters’ takeover of the Studio Tour below:

Harry Potter Studio Tour photos

Harry Potter Studio Tour photos

Harry Potter Studio Tour photos

  • http://twitter.com/zemmergalpaz Zemmer Galpaz

    They’re creepy looking. Wouldn’t wanna bump into them in a dark alley

    • http://twitter.com/jthebanks Jay Banks

      Or in *Diagon* Alley… [ba da pshhh] :-P

      • mahdi khamis

        more like Knockturn alley

  • lookalivesteph

    So cool. I was just there last week, too bad they weren’t doing this then!

  • http://www.korracast.com/ Fravit

    Dark Lord’s duty. Heh. Duty.

  • Kate

    oh, my birthday is in dark arts week!!! does this make me a death eater!?!? I guess pottermore sorted me into the wrong house

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