Harry Potter fans have the chance to take on some Death Eaters this Halloween as the popular Dark Arts feature returns for 2023. 

Taking over Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter from Friday, September 15 to Sunday, November 5 the feature allows fans to explore the darker side of the Wizarding World.

Over 100 pumpkins will float magically above the iconic Great Hall at Halloween, just as they do in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.

Along with the skies of the Great Hall, the tables will also be in full Halloween theme with a feast of red apples, pumpkins, and cauldrons of lollipops.

Watford Observer: The Great Hall with pumpkins handing from the ceiling. The Great Hall with pumpkins handing from the ceiling. (Image: Harry Potter Studio Tour London)

Harry Potter Studios turn dark for Halloween feature

Showing the supernatural side of the Wizarding World, visitors will be able to discover viscous troll snot, luminous pools of unicorn blood and the gloopy drool of Fluffy the three-headed dog.

The supernatural beings will be dotted around the studio tour with expert team members ready to share behind-the-scenes knowledge of how they were made.

The Dark Arts feature will also see the return of the loyal followers of He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named as the Death Eaters show off the menacing wand choreography as seen onscreen in a procession through the iconic sets.

Watford Observer: Tables in the Great Hall will be covered with spooky food. Tables in the Great Hall will be covered with spooky food. (Image: Harry Potter Studio Tour London)

Plus, for two special nights, guests will be able to take part in Hogwarts After Dark as it returns on October 5 and 6. 

Offering an evening filled with delicious canapés and smoking dry ice cocktails; courageous Muggles, wizards, and witches will be seated for a lavish two-course feast between the sets within the Studio Tour which will be patrolled by Death Eaters. 

The events start from 6.30 pm and tickets cost £275 per person and will go on sale at 10 am on July 20 on the Harry Potter Studios website.