Harry Potter fans all over will rejoice to know that the November College of Wizardry Live Action Role Playing experience will be repeated once again in April 2015, where individuals of all ages, particularly grownups, will be playing at student, teacher, and other characters from the J.K.Rowling books that have the world left mesmerized by their magical substances. Being held within the walls of the stunning castle in Czocha, Poland, taken over by Polish company Liveform and Rollespilsfabrikken, the fan event has been created by volunteers from both Denmark and Poland. It’s something akin to the adult version of children’s role-playing games that have them running about in capes and makeshift weapons, defending the weak from the enemies.
Image: Polish castle of Czocha, credit: Marek Gre
For £140 a person, you will be able to spend the time between April 9-12 or April 16-19 within the Czocha College of Witchcraft and Wizardry, having an enchanting sleepover as muggles learning to be wizards, playing at making potions, riding around on broomsticks and even the game of quidditch. The Harry Potter style role playing festival will cater to 180 individuals who will take on the role of any creature or character in the books, from animals to ghouls to the heroes of Hogwarts. Applications are open now, as of December 1, and only a fraction of those hoping to take part may get in.
If you’re still unsure about what the role playing festival at the Polish castle of Czocha will look like , check out the teaser trailer below!