This is a sponsored article on behalf of the Royal Albert Hall.
What could be more magical than watching Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban? How about watching it soundtracked by a live orchestra? And in the majestic setting of the Royal Albert Hall? Yep, that sounds pretty magical.
Every muggle in the land will want to attend this wizarding live event, in which the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra plays John Williams' sweeping, sorcery-soaked score — while the third film in the Potter franchise plays out on a huge screen.
Dust off your Hogwarts scarves, and prepare for an unforgettable evening with Harry, as he, Hermione and Ron meet the mysterious Sirius Black, fight off a swarm of Dementors... and have a bit of a falling out.
There are three chances to catch this screening: Tuesday 23 October (7.30pm) and Wednesday 24 October (1pm and 7.30pm). Tickets from £28-£74 (including all fees).
The event is part of the Royal Albert Hall's Festival of Film season. Other highlights include: