If you were one of the thousands of Potter fans left frustrated after the latest batch of tickets for 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' sold out, stop crying into your Butterbeer – a new Harry Potter exhibition is here! (Or at least it will be in 2017.)
To mark 20 years since the publication of the 'Philosopher's Stone' (yes, really – feel old yet?), the British Library is opening an exhibition celebrating all things Potter. Details are harder to find than Horcruxes until further information is released next year, but the library has confirmed that it will be collaborating with JK Rowling and publishers Bloomsbury to combine centuries-old wizardry treasures with original material from the Potter archives.
However, we do know that the exhibition promises to journey to the heart of the Harry Potter series, so this is something worth getting your robes in a twist about. Grab your Extendable Ears and stay tuned for more details as we get them.
The British Library's exhibition about the magic of Harry Potter is set to open on October 20 2017 and run until February 28 2018. Further details and tickets will be available in spring 2017.