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Harry Potter's London Virtual Tour

Few things are so reassuring for Harry Potter fans as diving back into the wizarding world through the well-known (and possibly even memorized) words of J.K. Rowling. To make us all happy and entertaining during the quarantine, Daniel Radcliffe and an eclectic group of celebrities signed up to read us some of these words.

As part of WizardingWorld.com's new hub "Harry Potter at Home", The Contributors will each tell a section of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone and finally us through all 17 chapters of the novel to lead. You can watch the videos with illustrations from fans on WizardingWorld.com or listen to the audio-only recordings on Spotify.

Daniel Radcliffe's rendition of Chapter 1

, “The Boy Who Lived,” can be viewed here and you can join the Harry Potter Fan Club for email updates about who's reading next and when the latest Chapter is expected.

The group of storytellers that has already been announced includes someone from almost every branch of the expansive Harry Potter franchise. Eddie Redmayne and Claudia Kim appear in the film series Fantastic Beasts . Noma Dumezweni is best known for her role as Hermione Granger in both the West End and Broadway productions of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child ] and Stephen Fry have recorded audio book editions of all seven original books.

Others, however, are apparently only big fans. David Beckham stayed up half the night to build a LEGO Hogwarts castle for his daughter Harper, and Dakota Fanning was dressed in her best Lucius Malfoy costume for a Harry Potter themed party earlier this year.

If you're a little too excited for chapter-to-chapter publishing, you can also watch Stephen Fry's entire recording of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone on Audible's free platform, Audible Stories (19659007) ( Function) (d, s, id) {
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