Monthly Updates

April 2017
After podcasting together all these years, we are finally going to have a Disney Dream Girls trip to a Disney park! 31st May will see Michelle and Jayne make their way to spend four days in Paris to check out everything for the parks 25th Anniversary. We aim to record some audio and live shows to share with your all. Listen in to podcast 155 to find out more!
March 2017
Where has the year gone? I can't believe we are nearly into April! So, for this udate I would like to share with you details of an amazing project our good friend Terri Hardin is doing.
If you follow the link, you will be able to watch a video where the team explains what they are upto Kickstarter Mrs Mifrens   

There are only 25 days (as writing) to go! So why not find out more.

January 2017 by Michelle Young
So what lies ahead for the Disney Dream Girls in 2017? We started the year with a podcast with the wonderful former Disney imagineer Terri Hardin. She talks about her trip to Disneyland Paris and what it was like to visit attractions she had worked on. To listen to the show click blog notes for show 139.
Terri Hardin in DLP - Photo Credit L Jackson

Then we looked ahead to what movie, theme park fans and Disney runners can expect this coming year, on show 140 and you can check that out by using this link blog notes for show 140. 
In upcoming shows you can expect trip  reports from Shanghai Disneyland, Hong Kong Disneyland and Disneyland Paris plus more from our wonderful guests such as Jim Korkis and Terri Hardin. This is the start of our fourth year of podcasting and it makes us very excited to what is ahead for us and our Disney family of listeners. We can't wait to share it all with you!  So please, if you haven't already, leave us an iTunes review, share our podcast with your Disney loving friends and contact us to share your Disney with us!
December 2016 by Michelle Young
Christmas season in the parks is always a feast for the senses and if like Jayne and Michelle you don't have a trip planned, you somethimes have to make do with what you can. Both Jayne and I decorate our homes with Disney ornaments and treasures from past trips. Jayne has a fabulous Studio 56 collection and I set up my twin-track Monorail. Alas by smaller home meant I wasn't able to operate the EPCOT loop but well sometimes the resort loop alone will do the job!
Photo Credit - Michelle Young
 We also hopefully kept you entertained with a range of podcasts talking about Christmas in the Parks, plus Tom Ameen did a great stand in job as host as we spoke about his fabulous new album too
 
Ready to record - Photo Credit Jayne Phipps

Alas there wasn't the time for Minxmas this year but we did celebrate three years of the Disney Dream Girls Podcast!
Merry Christmas Listeners! Photo Credit Michelle Young

November 2016 by Michelle Young
A highlight for November was chatting to Dave Tupper and being able to share his families trips they had taken on the Disney Cruise Line. As yet, I haven't had the opportunity to take any cruises, so being able to live vicariously, via The Tuppers, made me very happy. 
Show 133 for 13th November 2016 can be read by clicking the link blog notes for show 133. 
October 2016 by Michelle Young
Another thing ticked off my Disney to do list, I visited Disneyland Paris during the autumn season. The park was dressed sensationally! Plus all the characters were meeting in their Halloween finery. Show 132 released on 6th November 2016 gives my full review and there are photos on the blog too! Use this link to find it Blog notes for show 132.
Photo Credit - Michelle Young

September 2016 by Michelle Young
Nothing is as depressing as returning from a fabulous two week stay in Walt Disney World and have to return to reality! We have all been there but know I haven't a trip booked led me to having itching feet... so I managed to sort a trip over to Disneyland Paris for the pre-Halloween season - a massive first for me.

My August trip to Walt Disney World fed into many shows throughout the end of 2016 but my main trip report is on show number 124 dated 11th September 2016 which can be listen to by using this link blog notes for show 124.
Photo Credit Michelle Young
August 2016 by Michelle Young
August. Summer arrived for us Brits on the 16th. Yup that seemed to be the day we had sunshine! As I am writing this, I am literally two days away from my trip to Walt Disney World. Over the past three years I have visited other Disney parks and left, my once favourite, neglected The 19th will rectify that! There will be all sorts of tours, meet ups, dining, attraction riding and parade watching. I really hope you will follow along, using our social media links @disdreamgirls or Disney Dream Girls to do so.

Additionally, over the next few weeks, we wont be leaving you without podcasts. We have recorded shows for you as well as re-sharing a past set of interviews we did when we just began with the wonderful Jim Korkis. So happy summer and see you soon!

July 2016 by Jayne Phipps
July saw Star Wars Celebration Europe. As the Star Wars fan of the duo, Jayne couldn't wait to attend. However, Jayne didn't just attend as a usual day guest, but as part of the Mandalorian Mercs Vok'Chi Clan. On the podcast, Jayne shared her experiences of attending and the legnths that her amazing husband went to, to ensure their outfit was stunning. I am sure you will agree, when you look at the amazing pictures below.
Jayne meeting Chewy!
Simon's outfit
'Working' at the booth
Jayne's outfit
As you can tell, Jayne and Simon had a fabulous weekend and definately was a different way to enjoy such a large convention. watch out as they will be doing more in the months to come!
June 2016 by Michelle Young
June brought around a crazy weekend trip to Disneyland Paris. Yes that's right - a weekend trip. In fact it started off being a trip just to attend the amazingly fabulous Inventions Brunch. Whilst we spoke about this on the show, this is the sole place I will share all the pictures from the mini trip Michelle took with the Petar family.

Arriving later on the Saturday morning, we spent Saturday enjoying our favourite attractions and funningly enough, having our evening meal at Inventions also. But the big highlight of the day, was to go the Snow White themed brunch in the Disneyland Hotel. Alas, this did not come to fruitition, a last minute theme change left a few people with tears. But the food and the characters in pirate attire did make up for it (well just a little). Here are some photographs from the trip.
The new pineapple whip!
Stunning castle
Pirate Mickey
May 2016 by Michelle Young
Finally! We are able to share some pictures from the opening day of the town centre at Disney Springs! Our wonderful princess made the trip, arriving just before the official opening ceremony.
Opening ceremony - Photo Credit J Gallo

Disney Springs Map - Photo Credit WDW Website

Firstly, there are 129 venues. Yes... 129. I was a little taken back by that figure. Shopping, entertainment, bars and eateries, in fact there is a little of something for everyone. Want to check out the store list, here is the list.

Chef James of Disney's Creative Development Team said that they have some amazing food offerings coming our way. We will have more information on podcast 108, which will be released on Sunday 22nd May 2016.
Disney Springs By Sprinkles Cupcakes - Photo Credit J Gallo

Menu for B B Wolf's - Photo Credit J Gallo
We will have more updates, over the next few dates so keep checking back with us!
April 2016 by Michelle Young
For this post, I would like to take you to Walt Disney World. From 2nd March 2016 to the 30th May 2016, the EPCOT Flower and Garden festival brings a visual treat for the eyes and now for the palate. The introduction of food booths has been a massive hit, making this time of year a must do. Additionally, the weather is incredibly pleasant too and midweek crowds are at a very agreeable level. If you haven't visited at this time, read on and find out what you can expect.

Firstly, it is a floral and topiary treat. EPCOT surely looks its best. As the pictures show, the horticultural team work extra hard to ensure the park is ablaze with colour and variety. Not only that, it is a celebration to diverse wildlife habitats. 
Mickey and Minnie Topiary (Photo Credit - Disney World Website)
England Pavillion - (Photo Credit - Jeanie Gallo)
Nighttime and some Topiaries come to life (photo credit Disney World Website)

There are lots more of things to do other than admire the scenery. There are exhibits, seminars and demonstrations to be enjoyed. Additionally, children can be entertained in the event only special playground. Still want more? Well every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening you will find in the Garden Rocks series in the America Gardens Theatre. To further enhance your experience, you can - for an additional cost - do the Gardens of the World Tour. This three hour tour is $69 plus tax and will give you a greater insight to the landscape and changing designs. For me personally, The English Tea Garden (presented by Twinings) is a must! Firstly, this is free of charge - something we all love - but being English and a tea drinker this fact filled tour sounds perfect.

Twinings Tea best enjoyed in the garden! (photo credit - Disney World Website)
Finally (and I've saved the best til last), the food offerings. Around Showcase Lagoon you will find 13 stalls offering a very diverse range of food and drink. Here are some top picks.
Always starting with the sweet offerings (photo credit - JGallo)
Great value and some portions are very generous (photo credit - JGallo)
Then refreshments alcoholic or not (photo credit - JGallo)
Are you interested in attending or have you already been? Tweet us @disdreamgirls or email us info@disneydreamgirls.com or visit our Facebook page - Disney Dream Girls as we would love to hear your experiences. We discuss the food offerings in detail on our podcast, show 095 released on 28th February 2016. You can find it in the iTunes stores alternatively, listen by using the link below.
 
March 2016 by Michelle Young
A quarter of the year is nearly over and there are so many things in 2016 I am excited about. Firstly, in a few days I will get to experience Disneyland Paris for the second time, this time with my son. I think sharing such experiences with others who 'get' the magic makes a trip definately more enjoyable. Paris does a celebration of Springtime called 'Swing Into Spring' and its bright, colourful and on a sunny day there is nothing better.
Over in the USA, there are so many things going on - construction everywhere! Starting in California, they have brought back their food and wine festival to DCA. I'm so upset I won't get the chance to be there but I am assured my good friend, Tommy Allison, will be going and sharing lots of content with me. So maybe we should get him on the show to talk about it. Also in DCA, the new Frozen stage show is due to debut shortly. It will be fascinating to see what they have done with this and I hope there is a comedic element added as that is what made the Aladin show so much fun for me.
In Walt Disney World, 22nd April sees the opening of the Rivers of Light. I've seen photos and videos of the floats they are testing and they look fabulous. I know expectations are high for the Pandora section of Animal Kingdom but from concept art I saw at D23 it looks like those expectations will be met.

So that is it for the March update, make sure you are following us on Twitter @DisDreamGirls Facebook - Disney Dream Girls, Periscope - Disney Dream Girls, Meerkat @DisDream Girls and in whichever podcast catching option you prefer to ensure you do not miss anything.

February 2016 by Michelle Young
February has seen me book not one but two trips to a Disney park. I am so excited about both of them!

First, I am travelling to Disneyland Paris for five days, just after Easter. I am so excited about this and can't wait to share live audio and video feeds from this beautiful park. As a bonus, my son Ciaran is travelling with me and this is great as I will have a teenagers perspective on the park - so look forward to lots of content on Paris!
 
Photo Credit Disneyland Paris Website

I visited DLP last Spring, so I am really looking forward to going again to see their Spring offerings. 
 
Then, I have not been to Walt Disney World for quite awhile. However, I have just booked a split stay for August. During that trip, hoping to arrange a few tours, meals in some of the newer restaurants and meeting lots of my east coast friends!
Photo Credit Walt Disney World Website
So that is the February update. I'll be back in March with another posting!
  
January 2016 by Michelle Young
2016 has begun and my first blog is a reflection on my recent trip to Disneyland. It seems an eternity since I flew out on the 24th December 2015.
Final Picture of the Trip
First, the most important factor was the friends I was able to spend time with, then, some of the amazing things I had planned. But sometimes, the unplanned happens and makes things even more amazing... namely Hyperspace Mountain breaking down and being treat to a ride with the lights on! I have a video to share later on that,
Candy Cane Beignets - Cafe Orleans
Lets start with food. I was able to dine at the Plaza for a fun filled character breakfast on Christmas day, have the best steak at Steakhouse 55 (along with a gigantic slide of chocolate cake), have dinner and Fantasmic viewing at Club 33 and enjoy the delicious peppermint ice cream at the Gibson Girl ice cream parlor. I will be reviewing these in both blog posts and also on the podcast.

Another highlight was the Christmas Tour, although I was a little disappointed that some elements had changed from the previous year it still is a great tour and the pin this year was amazing.
Special Pin from the Christmas Tour
Our next podcast will be available on 10th January 2016 and will have a a fun game your can play along with! 

December 2015 by Michelle Young
Busy month for the Dream Girls as we have launched for its third year in a row - Minxmas!

We have a whole host of amazing Disney daily delights for you. Here is the full schedule:

076  14th December Launch show with WDW Happy Place 

077  15th December with Enchanted Tiki Talk Podcast

078  16th December with Creepy Kingdom Podcast

079  17th December with the music of Tom Ameen

080  18th December with an audio adventure from Window to the Magic Podcast

081  19th December with TDR Now Podcast

082  20th December we release our version of the 12 days of Minxmas

083  21st December with the Mighty Men of Mouse podcast 

084  22nd December with the Disgeeks Podcast

085  23rd December with the Disney Dream Girls Podcast

086  24th December with Dis After Dark Podcast

087  25th December with Disney Dream Girls Podcast

October 2015 by Michelle Young
This month has been incredibly busy! And as usual our shows have reflected this. However, today we are going to whet your appetite to the next show as the Princess Papers blog, very kindly offered to attend the 2015 Swan and Dolphin Food and Wine Classic on 31st October 2015 on our behalf. So prepare your appetite for some mouthwatering pictures!
Photo Credit - Swan and Dolphin Hotel
This year was the events 6th anniversary and it looked like another fabulous event. I was so disappointed that yet again I couldn't attend! One year my friends it will happen! Anyway, back to the event. On the causeway, between the two hotels, a transformation occurred turning this mundane walkway (where usually you can walk to the parks or catch a friendship craft) in to a mini food festival. Showcased was the food available at the hotels nine eateries, with added celebrity chefs, a range of beers, wines and cocktails. Additionally, there were a range of seminars included with the admission cost. Whilst not personally an attendee, Jeanie said it was a fabulous, successful and tasty event.
Photo Credit - J Gallo
So, lets look at some of the food...

Photo Credit - Swan and Dolphin Hotel
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Presentlloted by Laurent Branlard, Executive Pastry Chef, Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Hotel
LIME PANACOTA, LIE ELEE, COCONUT LEMONGRASS PINEAPPLE SOUP
CHOCOLATE ALMOND CRUNCH CAKE ÉCLAIR, COFFEE CARAMEL PECAN
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MORE SUNDAE ACTION STATION: WHITE CHOCOLATE VANILLA ICE
CREAM, GRAHAM CRACKER
STREUSEL, RASPBERRY COMPOTE, RASPBERRY MARSHMALLOW, VANILLA WHIPPED CREAM, CARAMELIZED HAZELNUT


Well apart from the s'mores sundae action station, there was a bevy of delicious desserts. Above you have eclairs with coffee caramel pecans and then an incredibly decadent raspberry and dark chocolate fondant cake with raspberry mousse and finally on the far right is a boozy vanilla rum baba. Plus there was lots more! Having eaten desserts at the Swan and Dolphin restaurants, I can confirm the quality and originality of them is second to none. I recall one of the creations having a flame effect as it was presented in front of me!

I guess we had best look at some of the main courses! As mentioned before, the foods offered give a taste of what you can expect if you ate at one of the hotels restaurants. Whilst not necessarily menu items, they give a fabulous insight to the quality of ingredients, the flavours and style of each place. Personally, it is the attention to detail that struck me in both the food at the event and in the restaurants; every element is right so that each mouthful delivered visual impact and maximum flavour.
Jalepino Roll (Kimonos)
Photo Credit - Swan and Dolphin Hotel
Carved Prime NY Strip, Garlic Mash and  Sauce Bordelaise (Shula's)
Photo Credit - J Gallo
For a full review, listen to show 070, which will be released Sunday 8th November 2015.

September 2015 by Michelle Young

Ticking Riding the Lilly Belle Off My Bucket List
For my past three trips I tried, in vain, to ride in the Lilly Belle car that runs on the Disneyland Railroad. This trip I was determined I would achieve this 'bucket' list item. Allow me to share some details on the what and the how of this.

What is the Lilly Belle?
It is a carriage that runs as a caboose on the Disneyland Railroad. Inside you will be transported to a time gone by. Once inside, the first thing you will notice is the very ornate, decorated in Tibetan mahogany and plush burgundy velour. The carpeting is the same as that found in Walt's apartment above the firehouse. 

The history of the carriage reverts to its original use as a general carriage. However, in 1974 it was retired. Imagineers wanted to realise Walt Disney's idea of having a presidential car. So they decorated it in wicker but Lilian Disney did not like it so she gave instructions on how she envisaged the carriage. Then in her honour, the carriage was named after her. 
The Original Carriage
Photo Credit - Lilly Belle Album
The 'Revamped' Interior
Photo Credit - M Young
How do you ride the Lilly Belle?
Firstly, the Lilly Belle does not run every day. Schedules for the days trains are only finalised on the morning of operation. For it to be running, it requires sufficient staff and the weather to be dry. 
Interior
Photo Credit - M Young
For staffing, at least one cast member from the railroad team will need to be present. Alas, in times gone by artefacts have 'gone missing'. The guard will then take pictures (only when stationary at stations) for guests and explain some details about the carriages history. Additionally, they pass round a photograph album showing Walt's connection to trains. Regarding the weather, the carriage does not allow guests when it is raining. This is because they do not want the carpet spoiling. Also, as the carriage has only wall fans, it gets incredibly hot. Therefore, it is usually only run once or twice in the mornings, when it is cooler.  All riders on the Lilly Belle get a souvenir 'ticket' and the privilege of riding. 
Souvenir Ticket
Photo Credit - M Young
August 2015 by Michelle Young
Anaheim Convention Centre
Photo Credit D23
August saw D23 and the announcements, the meets ups and the merchandise sent social media into a frenzy. As an attendee of D23 I made it to the Parks and Resorts presentation. So I thought I would share some of the main announcements. I went to find hall D23 around 90 minutes in advance . The queue was being 'held' on a lower floor and guests were able to line up for three sections. To the side of the room I saw abandoned overnight sleeping kit, something which may have guaranteed them great seat.

The seat I had was very near the back so I was thankful of the large video screens. Then Bob Chapek (chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts) , came to the stage to open the presentation.   Then he introduced an imagineer to present the project they had been working on and the next and so on. Whilst it was great that it was the lead imagineer on each project that presented each parks update, it was lacking a little of the WOW factor. It reminded me of the Apple keynote presentations, rather than a company known for its pixie dust. 
Lead Presenter, Bob Chapek
Photo Credit D23
Now on to what we actually found out about the USA theme parks:-

  • Star Tours – The Adventures Continue – Later this year, Star Tours – The Adventures Continue at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Florida and Disneyland park in California will include a new adventure featuring locations and characters from the upcoming film, Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
  • Season of the Force – This new seasonal event, beginning early 2016, brings new experiences to both coasts this includes special entertainment, themed food locations and Hyperspace Mountain – a reimagining of the classic Space Mountain attraction in which guests will join an X-wing Starfighter battle. Disney’s Hollywood Studios (DHS) will feature a new fireworks spectacular set to the iconic score of the Star Wars movies on weekend nights.
  • Star Wars Launch Bay – Opening later this year, this interactive experience will take guests at DHS in Florida and Disneyland park in California into the upcoming film, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, as well as the first six films in the Star Wars saga.
  • Both east and west coast USA parks will have a Star Wars Land.
  • An all-new 11-acre Toy Story Land will be created at  DHS. Guests will become part of the adventurous outdoors of Andy’s backyard, including two new Disney Parks attractions (a slinky dog roller coaster, an alien flying saucer spin ride and a Toy Story Midway Mania expansion).
  • Some details were given about the construction of the new land at Animal Kingdom - Pandora – The World of AVATAR, with the lands name being confirmed. Details were given on of the flying ride 'AVATAR Flight of Passage' and  “Rivers of Light” – Expected to open next spring, “Rivers of Light” will be an innovative show unlike anything ever seen in Disney Parks, combining live performers, floating lanterns, water screens and swirling animal imagery.
  • Also Kilimanjaro Safaris will be extended for a new nighttime adventure next spring, where guests will travel through the African savanna amid the magically extended orange glow of the setting sun and discover two species new to the attraction: African wild dogs and hyenas.
  • Finally, Soarin' Around the World will debut at Epcot in Florida and Disney California Adventure in California and guests will journey to far-flung lands, fly above some of the world’s most unique natural landscapes and soar over man-made wonders.

Star Wars Land
Photo Credit D23
Toy Story Land
Photo Credit D23
Was it worth the wait, I guess so. However, it was nothing that I couldn't have found out via social media and perhaps even had a better view from the comfort of home. Friends at WDW Happy Place Podcast suggested, that Disney should stream D23 live, whether on a pay per view or freely available basis - that I would be interested in! Would I attend D23 again? Probably not, but it was nice to say that I had done it.

July 2015 by Michelle Young 

As of writing, 24th July 2015, we have won an award! The 2015 Disney Podcast award - aka The Dizzie for the Best Foreign show. Wow! We are stunned, delighted and incredibly proud to win this accolade, especially when the other two nominated shows have been podcasting a lot longer than us and are fantastic shows in their own right. 
We do this show because we love Disney theme parks and we enjoy sharing our passion with other like minded people. So to get this, means you guys, our listeners must like what we do. So thank you! We also won this in 2014 too so we are incredibly grateful for all the love and support our listeners and the judges have shown us.

June 2015 by Michelle Young 
I recently interviewed the well known Disney artist, Dave Avanzino and thought I would share some of what we talked about (and glorious pictures of his work) with you. However, if you wish to listen to the full interview search for it on iTunes ‘Disney Dream Girls’ episode 45.
Photo Credit Dave Avanzino
The style of Dave Avanzino
This is tricky! Dave himself finds it difficult to describe his work although he does say its a type of paper sculpture. However, it’s not true paper sculpture as that is when an artist gets a red piece of paper and cuts a shape out, airbrushes then bends it. The way he work is that he uses paper but typically as digital prints that have come from an original painting. Then he does reproductions of them, cuts the pieces apart, layers them into a dimensional pieces before finally placing them in a shadow box. He additionally, may use other materials alongside this with the paper such as metal and wood.
Photo Credit Dave Avanzino
Recent Projects
Above, is a series that was originally created for Disneyland’s 50th, which Dave has just announced, via the Disney website, that it will be re-released for the 60th along with the official 60th diamond marking.
Additionally for Disneylands 60th, he created an image of the iconic park. However, to the left you will see a similar piece that he created for Walt Disney Worlds 40th anniversary.
Photo Credit Dave Avanzino
There are two part attractions however, that Dave has featured quite extensively and that is Pirates of the Caribbean and the Haunted Mansion. 
During our interview, Dave also spoke about many other Dave also spoke about many other projects including visiting the Disney vaults. Boy! How jealous was I! Recently, Dave had the pleasure to take a piece of work to show Rolly Crump and spend some time in his company talking about his role at Disney imagineering. How amazing is that?
Photo Credit Dave Avanzino
Have you any Disney artwork by Dave? What do you think to his work? Remember to hear more, track down our podcast (Disney Dream Girls) in iTunes or any podcast catching places.


May 2015 by Michelle Young

The 60th celebrations for Disneyland have begun and I just had to fly out to go and take a peek look at what Disney had in store for everyone.

Train Station
Photo Credit - M Young
Once through the turnstiles, I must have stood in awe for around ten seconds as the sight ahead of me was stunning. I can assure you that you will also feel the same! The whole park is looking amazing. From the delphiniums to the castle, everything has been blinged up.
Partners Statue
Photo Credit - M Young
On a one day trip to Disneyland there is so much to cram in so I stayed within Disneyland Park itself. I'm afraid Disney California Adventure will have to wait for my August trip! So my priorities were to ensure I hit the Matterhorn (due to the new Yeti enhancement), see the Hatbox Ghost in the Haunted Mansion and then avail myself of the new fantastic evening parade and fireworks. First stop, the mansion! The imagineering team did not let me down! It is a fantastic addition and the only comment I can add is that they now must pay a little more attention to other areas to ensure it keeps up with hatty! I then visited the Matterhorn. I must admit previously I have found this attraction bumpy and hard going on my back. However, this trip I had a front seat in my vehicle and I loved the ride. It was smooth! Also the Yeti sound effects and visuals were stunning.
Hat Box Ghost
Photo Credit C Allison
By now I was hungry. Normally, I'd plump for a table service meal but time was tight so I went to the Jolly Holiday Bakery and my firm favourite did not fail me. The Raspberry Rose Mickey Macaron at just over $5 is a fabulous decadent but filling snack. The raspberry flavour is sublime and the macaroni had just the right level of chew to crispness. 
Raspberry Rose Macaron
Photo Credit - M Young
As the day flew by, I saw crowds gathering on Main Street, so I knew it was time to grab a parade spot. Paint the Night Parade has a million dazzling lights and it is spellbinding. No wonder people started to queue up three hours in advance of the show! As I have only seen this parade once (in person) I will discuss it in more detail following my August trip, along with the fireworks (which are AMAZING!).
Paint The Night Parade
Photo Credit - M Young
Our friend  Ricky Brigante, has a fabulous video available for you to watch and enjoy - though better still - go and see it in person! Inside The Magic - Paint The Night Parade Video.


2nd April 2015 by Michelle Young

In a few days, Michelle is going to Disneyland Paris for the first time... what can she expect to see there? Well Spring is in full swing for a start! Listen to upcoming shows for more information!
Photo Credit Mark Petar, Dedicated to DLP
Also, looking ahead to the latest show, 5th April 2015 sees a foodie challenge and talk of Disney Cruise Line coming to the UK!