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Accio mince pies! Great Yarmouth cafe to hold Harry Potter-themed Christmas dinner

PUBLISHED: 16:57 31 August 2017 | UPDATED: 11:15 03 September 2017

Decorations from one of Mocha's Harry Potter's afternoon teas. Photo: Mocha

Decorations from one of Mocha's Harry Potter's afternoon teas. Photo: Mocha

Mocha

A family-owned cafe in Great Yarmouth is set to cast a spell this Christmas with a festive feast inspired by Harry Potter.

Staff and guests dressed up as Harry Potter Characters for Mocha's Harry Potter afternoon tea. Photo: Mocha Staff and guests dressed up as Harry Potter Characters for Mocha's Harry Potter afternoon tea. Photo: Mocha

Mocha, on Regent Street, will be hosting Christmas dinners celebrating J.K Rowling’s popular book series.

The meals will take place Saturdays and Sundays from December 2 to December 17, with tickets costing £40 for adults and £25 for under 10s.

Guests will receive a drink on arrival, a three-course Hogwarts style dinner, mince pies, coffee, themed crackers and a gift.

The dinners aren’t the first wizarding event the establishment has held, instead they follow successful Harry Potter quiz nights and afternoon teas.

Tickets used for Mocha's previous Harry Potter events. Photo supplied by Sam  Osborne Tickets used for Mocha's previous Harry Potter events. Photo supplied by Sam Osborne

Owner Sam Osborne said: “We only announced the event two days ago and we’re booking up fast, I honestly can’t believe it’s taken off the way it has. I knew there were some other Potterheads like myself, but didn’t know just how many of us there actually were.

“As a business we’re completely blown away and so proud of the way our little tribute weekends have been received by those attending.”

For more information visit facebook.com/MochaGY

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