There’s nothing more magical than a Harry Potter inspired classroom. At Quizzic Alley, we know all about decorating a room! Here’s our top ten tips for creating a spell-binding classroom. NUMBER 1 – THEMED ENTRY A themed entry is perfect for setting the scene. Grab a sponge and some paint and a large piece of […]
You can now get tickets to see The Cursed Child for a very mweasley $40. This will come as welcome news to those who overspent on Yule pressies. Thanks to The Friday Forty, you could save up to $250 per person to see the two parts. That’s Ravenclawesome! But there is a catch. Isn’t there […]
Flummoxed when it comes to the perfect Christmas present? Need some new ideas? Quizzic Alley has the answer. Just delivered – these awesome, magical gift vouchers, just perfect for the wizard in your life. Choose any value for the voucher and just pop it in the Christmas card. Accio present! Ssoo good, sssooo easy!
Is the car real? Where did you get it? How did you get it in the store? Does it have an engine? Can we get in it? Is it OK to take photos? We get asked these questions all the time. We do our best to answer them: Yes the car is real. Sadly, the […]
Nearly Legless Mick – owner of Quizzic Alley, Canberra’s very own wizarding store – is donating funds raised through in-store events to Cerebral Palsy ACT in honour of his cousin Lexie. Lexie suffered a catastrophic brain injury in utero and was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. She lived for nine months with the support of her […]
The Kids will love Storytime in our magical Alchemy Classroom. And, while they’re transfixed by Harry Potter, you can have some ‘me’ time or do your Christmas shopping in peace and in secret. Genevieve Jacobs and Tim Gavel (both former ABC journalists) are among those will lend their hand at story-telling with books including Harry […]
QuizzicAlley – Canberra’s very own shop specialising in all things wizarding and with the biggest range of official Harry Potter merchandise in NSW/ACT – has been open just one month and owner Michael Milton is working day and night to keep up with demand. “It’s been amazing. Thousands of people from Canberra and as far […]