|When:||From 26 October 2018 until 27 October 2018, 10:00 - 17:00|
|Location:||Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower|
|Categories:||Family Events , Special Events , Art and Craft , Halloween Events|
Calling all witches and wizards! Come along to Priddy's School of Magic on the 26 & 27 October as it opens its doors at the Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower in Gosport, Hampshire, offering instruction in skills needed to help defend the country against attack by the dark forces.
In the mid 18th century, it was believed that powerful sorcerers were being employed to attack the England using magic and dark arts. The mysterious Jane Priddy took it upon herself to open a secret school to train gifted individuals in a very magical kind of defence. After centuries of closure, Jane Priddy's secret school will be opening it's door once more this halloween, giving little witches and wizards the chance to all kinds of magic and spells - dragons, ghosts and zombies, as well as using herbs to mix magic potions, casting spells, mind-reading and, of course, broomstick flying.
Join us at Explosion Museum for to meet our truly talented teachers and take place in magical classes
Meet our fearless Dragon Tamer, Violetta Skyforth and learn about taking care of Dragon eggs. Or make your own little Dragon sock puppet friend to take home!
Lessons from Thaaldric Jones on how to care for your broomstick and keep it in tip top shape, plus make and fly away with your own broomstick
Watch a demonstration from a magician who has travelled many miles to perform, and practice mixing potions with Astrid Knox, Divination Teacher at Priddy's School.
Learn the techniques for attracting friendly ghosts wtih Synthia Emerald, head of Potions and Creatures, or have your very own ghostly makeover with our face painters.
Try walking like Zombie and learn how to tame them from our Defence Against Sorcery teacher, Septimus Maxwell.
Budding magical botanists may want to take part in herbology lessons, learning how to use plants for health and healing, with Professor Coredlia Violet Peashoot, head of Herbology.