The Hive is starting February with a bang this year as Harry Potter Book Night returns for its fourth year on February 1 from 4-6.30pm.
Tickets for special Fantastic Potter Potion Shows have been flying out of The Hive, but with so many other free activities for fans young and old, the evening promises to be a fun and magical event.
Janine Downes, Library Manager at The Hive, said: “The Harry Potter Book Night is already in its fourth year and is a hugely popular event with local fans.
“Pre-bookable tickets for the Make and Take Bowtruckle craft activity sold out almost straight away, but you there'll be plenty to join in with on the day and there are still some spaces available for the Potions Show.
“The evening has a really great atmosphere and is a brilliant event in the New Year for people to look forward to. The adults have as much fun as the children, and we encourage everyone to dress up in Harry Potter themed outfits.”
The Fantastic Potter Potions Show is suitable for children 5 to 12 years of age. The show costs £3.50 per child and £4 per adult and has two time slots at 4.30pm and 5.15pm.
This February half term The Hive is hosting entertaining events for families including Coding Taster Sessions, RSPCA Animal Action Day, theatre performance Sidney’s Shed by Rhubarb Theatre, Hands on History, and a Doggy Day from the Dog’s Trust Team.
Booking is essential for RSPCA Animal Action Workshops, where children aged between 5 to 10 years will be able to make a toy and play animal games, and for Sidney’s Shed, a story about a girl who hides from her bullies and finds herself taking a time travelling journey. These two events are both on Monday, 19 February. Booking is also required for the Make and Take sessions at Doggy Day on Thursday 22 February.
To find out more information and to book your place on the February family events visit www.thehiveworcester.org.uk/whats-on and follow The Hive on Facebook and Twitter @TheHiveWorcs