Festive Fun and Frolics for All the Family
“Twas the Night before Christmas
And all through the house
Not a creature was stirring
Not even a mouse”
Who doesn’t love Christmas? All that delicious turkey, mince pies, Brussels sprouts and lashing of brandy butter makes for the most fabulous festive feast and you can indulge in whatever you wish without having to worry about your waistline expanding as it is Advent; hence the need to treat yourself to anything that takes your fancy. Any excuse to tuck into some yummy Christmas pud and chip away at the second layer of luxury chocolates (as the first has already been demolished), is always more than welcome and you can always be a little more food-conscious come January. The New Year often brings around change as countless individuals make some rather drastic resolutions; but whether or not they stick to them is another matter entirely! Giving up certain things can be extremely difficult; especially if your willpower is weak and you often succumb to temptation. Everything should be done in moderation if you want to lead a balanced and healthy lifestyle but this does indeed all go out of the window once all of the Yuletide merriment commences.
It is also a time when family and friends are of paramount importance, as people flock from far and wide to greet loved ones and exchange gifts and tokens of affection. ampills.com. Children cannot sleep for weeks due to Santa’s imminent arrival down the chimney and have put out the obligatory carrot and mince pie in case he (and his trusty reindeer) gets a little peckish. And a trip to the theatre is an absolute must if you want to celebrate the festive how do i buy viagra season in style as it gives you the chance to sit back, relax and unwind and enjoy a right rollicking good show. At the Lowry Theatre the performance of ‘The Night Before Christmas’ is guaranteed to be a smash hit as it is packed full of fun and frivolity; and is cheeky and charming at the same time. A naughty little elf is pretending to be hard at work in Santa’s workshop but is actually storing secret presents in a special place all for himself! Once he gets caught red-handed by Father Christmas he learns the most important of lessons as Saint Nick makes him realise what Christmas is all about; helping others and making them feel appreciated and loved. It is a heart-warming and poignant story; and one which will melt the hearts of young and old alike. If you want to book your seats then you had better act quickly as the show starts on Tuesday 17th December and comes to a climax on the 28th; so there is not much time left.
Poems, songs and music really bring this touching tale to life and you can return to your excellent Manchester City Centre accommodation at The Mitre Hotel feeling invigorated and refreshed. Manchester City Centre accommodation does not get any more comfortable and homely and you are guaranteed to feel completely at ease with your surroundings as soon as you step into this salubrious Manchester City Centre hotel. If you want to secure a room at one of the finest Manchester City Centre hotels in the entire region then just give the Mitre a quick call on 0161 834 4128.