The deeper one goes inside the bowels of the Queen Mary, the more it may seem like not even creatures would stir at the sound of footsteps walking down the halls. However, there is always something lurking inside the Queen. And in the case of Aiden Sinclair’s newest show, perhaps what lurks are the Ghosts of Christmas Passed.
He may be a mean one, but the holiday season wouldn’t be what it is without the appearance of the infamous green one. Back for another year is Universal Studios Hollywood annual Grinchmas, a Who-lebration of fun featuring The Grinch, his faithful dog Max, and a slew of Who-ville Whos! It has been over two years since I had the chance to attend Grinchmas, so I was looking forward to seeing what holiday excitement the event had to offer.
Christmas is coming to the Queen Mary to start a new holiday tradition in the 2018 winter season. A Queen Mary Christmas is setting sail from November 23, 2018 to January 6th, 2019 and bringing holiday cheer to the harbor. Aboard the Queen Mary you can experience a wide array of festive activities that are fun for the whole family including ice skating, building gingerbread houses, decorating stockings, listening to live carolers sing your favorite holiday classics, witnessing a tree lighting ceremony, drinking hot cocoa while listening to Mrs. Klaus’ stories, meeting Santa, and a 4D Polar Express experience.
The Grinch (the main character from the iconic Dr. Seuss book, television special, and film "How The Grinch Stole Christmas") is a holiday icon that most horror fans can get behind! Most of us can see ourselves in this sarcastic and cynical holiday thief even though Little Cindy Lou Who inspires him to change his ways. Grinchmas at Universal Studios Hollywood (daily between December 15 - December 31, 2017) is a Who-lebration of fun fit for The Grinch, his faithful dog Max and a roster of Who-ville Whos! Taking place after the Grinch's heart grows three sizes, there is plenty to do, see and taste during your visit to the land of Whos!
Welcome witches and warlocks,
I was able to attend The Queen Mary's: CHILL this past week and thought I would offer up some thoughts on the event as a whole. Just so everyone knows where I am coming from; this is my first time attending this event, but I have seen pictures of previous year iterations and talked to others so I know what has come before. With my credentials out of the way, here is the theme for the proceedings: