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What's OnThe Ultimate Harry Potter Marathon at Prince Charles Cinema

Want to have a magical May bank holiday? Go on the ultimate all night movie marathon through the wizarding world of Harry Potter.
  • Dates 26/05/2019 - 26/05/2019
  • Location 7 Leicester Place, WC2H 7BY
  • Price ££
Mad about Harry Potter movies?Watch all eight Harry Potter movies back-to-back at the Prince Charles Cinema for the final May bank holiday weekend.Offering a unique cinema experience, this movie marathon will take you on the ultimate wizarding adventure.Journey through the life of Harry Potter, starting with the Philosophers stone first released in 2001, all the way to the Deathly Hallows parts 1 and 2 first released in 2011. Literally every Harry Potter film will be shown.The movie marathon is 500 minutes long, starting at 8:30pm on Sunday 26th May and ending at 5:25pm the following day! For all-nighter FAQ's and house rules tap here.Prepare for the ultimate Harry Potter experience in Leicester Square's only independent cinema.Book your tickets online using the button below. Or, call the Prince Charles box office today on +44 020 7494 3654.Let your all-nighter beginThere’s something for everyone to enjoy in Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus. Afterall, you are in London’s entertainment epi-centre.So, make a night of your movie marathon as it's the final May bank holiday!Why not start your evening with a bite to eat in Leicester Square?Fill-up on flavoursome favourites at Leicester Square Kitchen or get MOD-ified with London's most popular pizza's at MOD Pizza.Or, maybe you’d rather a magical theatrical adventure?Discover the best comedy capers on now in London's West End in our recent blog article.Whatever you decide to do, discover more when you discover LSQ!

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