Harry Potter publisher Bloomsbury tells staff they MUST have their Covid vaccines before returning to the office
Harry Potter publisher informed employees of the policy in an email in May Offices are due to reopen from July 19 and bosses say it follows medical advice Pimlico Plumbers previously announced jabs would be compulsory for staff Publisher Bloomsbury has told staff vaccines will be compulsory when its offices reopen next month.
Accio Fandom! Emma summons up Harry Potter, Marvel's She-Hulk, The X-Files and more for her debut stand-up show
When it came to settling on a theme for her debut stand-up show, there was only one obvious choice for Emma Ashley-King. As a fan of all things deemed geeky or nerdy – sci-fi and fantasy – she wanted to pay tribute to the world that has helped shape her.
Are you a Harry Potter fan? If so, you can go behind-the-scenes of the films as a new exhibition is opening its doors in July and it'll offer plenty of never-seen images rights Calling all Harry Potter fans, a new exhibition is opening its doors next month and it'll offer behind-the-scenes of the films.
Bloomsbury plans to fully reopen its office in September Book publisher Bloomsbury will make Covid vaccines compulsory for all of its employees returning to the office. The Harry Potter publisher told its 700 staff it would introduce a mandatory vaccine policy as it unveiled plans for a return to the office two days per week.
Spirit of Harry Potter alive and well on Black Isle as Fortrose library teases scavenger hunt plans based on blockbusting JK Rowling series
Two Black Isle libraries won't let Covid-19 put a dampener on their traditional Harry Potter Book Night. Fortrose Library said: "While we can't welcome you in to the libraries at Fortrose and Cromarty this year, don't think we won't be offering some super fun activities for you to take part in!
Visitors to Alnwick Castle are being offered a chance to make as many free repeat visits as they like for a year. The Alnwick Castle Unlock ticket scheme means visitors can pay for a day and get free access to the castle and grounds throughout the year. “We want people to come back again and again,” said marketing manager Olivia Telfer.
Sir Ian McKellen also admitted he is regularly mistaken for Michael Gambon, who played Dumbledore in the Harry Potter series. (Dave Benett/Getty) Sir Ian McKellen has explained why he thinks Hamlet, one of William Shakespeare’s most famous characters, is bisexual. The acclaimed actor spoke about Hamlet’s sexuality as he prepares to take to the stage once again to play the prince of Denmark a full 50 years after he first took on the role.
Harry Potter fans can explore a brand new exhibition in the UK complete with behind-the-scenes images from the iconic films Harry Potter fans can get a brand new sneak peek behind-the-scenes of the films thanks to a new exhibition opening its doors in July. The Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition will offer plenty of never-before-seen images right from Harry’s first journey from Platform 9 ¾ through to the epic Battle of Hogwarts.
By Press Association 2021 Behind-the-scenes photos from the Harry Potter films are to go on display in a new exhibition. will open to the public next month in Covent Garden, central London. Visitors will also be able to drink at a Butterbeer bar, which is inspired by the fictional drink from the series of books.
New Harry Potter attraction to open in London where guests can try on Hogwarts robes and drink at a Butterbeer bar
A NEW Harry Potter attraction is opening in London next month, following on from the success of the Harry Potter Studio tours. The new exhibition will let guests try on Hogwarts robes, sit on broomsticks and even pose for a Ministry of Magic ID card. The attraction will also be the only bottled Butterbeer bar in the UK, where fans can enjoy the iconic drink.
In the file of quirky mash-ups that we did not see coming, a bunch of pop culture icons has been given an unusual redo in the style of a variety of famous artists. A team of designers has channelled the styles of world-renowned artists onto the settings of some of our favourite movies and shows: From Friends’ apartment to the library in Downton Abbey.
An exhibition of photographs from the filming of the Harry Potter film series will open in Covent Garden next month. Housed in the London Film Museum, which is just behind the London Transport Museum, the exhibiton will show off hundreds of previously unseen photos from the making of the films.
In J.K. Rowling’s famous Harry Potter franchise, Albus Dumbledore says that words are our most inexhaustible source of magic. If you’ve ever read a poem that made you cry, a novel that inspired you or a short story that changed the way you see the world, you know exactly what he’s talking about.
On 14 June, 2021, thousands protested outside Hungary's parliament against a bill which has now passed, banning the mention of LGBT+ people in schools and in the media. (AFP via Getty/ GERGELY BESENYEI) Friends and Harry Potter could be banned in Hungary for “promoting homosexuality” under the country’s new anti-LGBT+ law.
Harry Potter’s wand and eyeglasses from The Deathly Hallows parts one and two are to go under the hammer this month. The props, made for franchise star Daniel Radcliffe, are both valued at between 30,000 and 50,000 US dollars (£21,275 and £35,458) and all money raised will go to author JK Rowling’s Lumos charity.
Jack Guinness. (Elite Model Management London) Jack Guinness on his new book The Queer Bible, his life-long love affair with drag queens and being told to “man up”. Moving to New York aged 18, Jack Guinness found a family in a group of drag queens and misfits.
New law bans "display, promotion of homosexuality" in schools Hungarian broadcasters say they oppose homophobia, intolerance RTL says law could restrict showing of popular films, TV shows Law highlights conservative-liberal rift within EU BUDAPEST, June 16 (Reuters) - The largest broadcasters in Hungary criticised a new law banning the "display and promotion of homosexuality" among under-18s as a threat to freedom of expression, and one said it could impact showings of some Harry Potter films and classic TV shows.
Harry Potter fans did a double take when actors Tom Felton and Bertie Gilbert had an impromptu Malfoy reunion in London where they were both attended the same cinema screening It was a case of life imitating art when Harry Potter characters Draco and Scorpius Malfoy sat next to each other at a film screening in London last week.