Typical Gemini, with the concentration span of a gnat & not one for sitting still. My old Da used to say that "you're a long time dead". So my mantra is get busy living.Please join me for more at
When Disney movies are more real than the real world
My eldest daughter and her partner, both in their late twenties, hold responsible well paying positions within their chosen fields, requiring dedication and many additional work hours. It is not uncommon for them to sit down to tea together after 8pm, which is right about the time I'm thinking of donning the PJs.
How does this young couple manage the stress of their positions and long work hours?
It is however, the Disney movies of an evening which helps them to unwind and relax.
Disney movies have been around since 1937, when Walt Disney released the first ever feature-length animated movie, Snow White And The Seven Dwarves. Initially, this film was labelled "Disney's folley" as it was believed to be far too ambitious. It became the most successful movie of the year, grossing over $8 million and earning Disney seven miniature honorary Oscars at the 1939 Academy Awards.
Watching Disney films on weekends became an institution for a generation of families when television was new to Australia. And who didn't dream of becoming a Mousketeer with Annette and all the gang ?
There have been many Disney movies over the years, and I'm sure that we all have a favourite, or two!
If you would like to rediscover your Disney memories, or help a Little Person create some memories of their own, New Farm Cinemas is presenting Disney Sunday Movies starting from January 10th in the New Year.
There will be two (2) sessions every Sunday : at 10am and ALL tickets will be $6
New Farm Cinemas are located at 701 Brunswick Street, New Farm, in the heart of the New Farm Shopping Precinct. This means that there is no shortage of coffee and cake venues to make this outing a truly great day.
New Farm is accessible by public transport.
By City Cat : the FREE City Hopper leaving North Quay Terminal. Disembark at Sydeny Street, New Farm and then walk 10 minutes.
By Bus : Route 196 - from Fairfield, Highgate Hill, South Brisbane, City, Valley, and Methyr
Route 199 - from West End Ferry, Cultural Centre, and City