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Introducing… Sgt Potter’s Lonely Horcrux Band!

In our last post we enthused about the prospect of hearing Romilda Vane and the Chocolate Cauldrons play at LeakyCon in just over two weeks’ time. What we didn’t mention is the fact that we have been collaborating on something very special with her – and I reckon it’s about time we let the cat out of the bag and tell you what’s in store!

Sgt. Potter Poster Sgt. Potter Poster Yellow

Sgt. Potter Poster Green Sgt. Potter Poster Blue

For quite some time we’ve been intending to team up and make some sweet Siriusly Romilda Vane sounds, and what better time than now! There’s a big hint in the title of this post and the posters above. It’s safe to say we’ll be keeping things very British as LeakyCon comes to London. Expect harmonies, Harry and a hint of the Fab Four…

Have you watched us sing about Hedwig and discuss our favourite Doctor Who episodes?



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Wow, it has been a very long time since we last blogged, hasn’t it? Sorry for neglecting you!

We’ve been working very hard with our muggle band, Goodnight Astor recently! Visit our website for music and mystery – as in the time we have been away from this blog, we have written, recorded and produced our own Victorian murder mystery concept album – in which the listener has to solve the case of the murdered parlour maid from the clues laced within the songs.

When we’re not being wizards, we are Victorians.

But that’s not really what we’re here to talk about. Oh no. We want to talk about The Snow Ball 2012!

On December 1st, wizards from across the globe will be returning to Edinburgh for lots of merriment, dancing and festive fun, as The Snow Ball returns!

A photograph of some dashing wizards and fine young witches filled with joy over the news…

The line up was recently announced – and oh boy, what a line up! Joining us on the bill, are the splendid RiddleTM, the glorious Romilda Vane and The Chocolate Cauldrons, and a little known wizard rock band from across the pond, Harry & The Potters. Anyone heard of those guys…? I think they’re meant to be pretty good.

This is what Harry And The Potters look like with a dinosaur.

JUST KIDDING, WE’RE REALLY EXCITED! HATP! There’s one thing though, to make sure that The Snow Ball can secure their phenomenal headline act, 150 tickets need to be sold by 1st September. Tickets are on sale now, so get ’em while they’re hot! Just follow this here link and you’ll secure yourself a ticket to the best Christmas party in town!

So, we’ll see you there then?


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The Wizarding Winter Fair – This Friday!

Hello lovely wizards and witches!

Well, it’s been quite a while since we’ve written here hasn’t it? Blimey. We’ve been very busy between the pair of us, Laura setting up her own online shop (find her lovely handcrafted things at www.goodnightboutique.com) and establishing our muggle band, Goodnight Astor, a bit more – check out our site for lots of exciting updates and blog posts dedicated to our unique blend of Victorian murder mystery and music!

Not to fear though, this Friday you can see us as Siriusly Hazza P at the Wizarding Winter Fair at Macclesfield Public Library. The event, held in our hometown, is sure to be lots of fun – a blend of cake, quiz, crafts, carols and wizard rock that will fulfill yearnings for Hogsmeade no problem.
Saturday, there’s an open invitation for everyone to hop on the train to nearby Manchester and enjoy everything it has to offer, as well as an exciting key hunt you can participate in. And why not attend the lovely local Treacle Market in Macclesfield town centre before you depart on Sunday? Lots of lovely stuff to behold there!

There’s lots more detail on the Facebook event page linked above. If you haven’t yet bought your ticket and you find yourself intrigued by what you have read – there’s a link for buying on said event page, tickets will otherwise be £7 at the door, or £2 if you hold a East Cheshire Library card (after all, having fun isn’t hard when you’ve got a library card – kudos if you get the reference)

We sincerely hope we see you there, as it promises to be a magical weekend of fun and festive frolicks!

Lots of love,
Siriusly Hazza P

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Last weekend we took a trip to Gothenburg, Sweden to play at Wrockeborg – a fantastic wizard rock event! We had a marvellous weekend taking a trip to the local zoo, the Universeum – a museum containing monkeys, sharks and a flying space chair, a wander around Gothenburg, some interesting local cuisine and of course the show!

It was a well attended event, maybe owing to the organisers appearing on radio and in the newspaper. We thoroughly enjoyed hearing the Swedish bands, as well as The Pumpkin Pasties and Romilda Vane and the Chocolate Cauldrons, who are both from closer to home but equally as fabulous.

View our videos from the weekend on our Youtube page – including our cover of Harry & The Potters’ Save Ginny Weasley and a vlog of the fun times we had!

Thanks for having us Sweden!

The next event coming your way will be the Wizarding Winter Fair, held in Macclesfield near Manchester – check out the details here!

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It’s nearly Wrocktoberfest time!

This time next week we’ll be on our way to Cumbria, home of hills and lakes, to perform at Wrocktoberfest, Cumbria’s first Wizard Rock show!
Also performing will be The Lost Diadems (their first show with their new line-up! Be excited!), Romilda Vane and the Chocolate Cauldrons (she has a lovely lovely voice! Be excited!) and The Dark Mark Experience (they have arranged all of this and it’s their first show! Be excited!)
Being as it is on the night before Halloween, I’m sure a wonderful time is to be had 🙂 A bit of dressing up maybe?

If you’ve not yet got your tickets but the above description has swayed you towards going, take a look at the Facebook event page, from which you can find the link to buy tickets.

Whilst busily practising for the show, we found time to put together some classic close-harmony songs from the 1940s and quickly record them into a video for your viewing (and listening) pleasure, do take a look!

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