Harry Potter exhibition sells record 30,000 advance tickets

Harry Potter exhibition sells record 30,000 advance tickets

The British Library has revealed that its Harry Potter exhibition has sold more than 30,000 tickets - the highest number of advance tickets it has ever sold for an exhibition.

“Harry Potter: A History of Magic”, will open at the institution in London’s Kings Cross on Friday (20th October) promising “previously unseen material from the Bloomsbury archive and J K Rowling", from a collaboration between the publisher and the library’s curators.

Ben Sanderson, the library’s head of press and communications, told The Bookseller: “Ahead of opening, "Harry Potter: A History of Magic" has already ...

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