I was over at The Bryn Mawr Film Institute website
stalking checking to see if they will be showing The Girl Who Played with Fire, which is the follow up film to The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Both are based on the best-selling books by Stieg Larsson. I absolutely loved the books (book review to follow soon). So much so that I bought the third in the series, The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest, via ebay from the UK before it was released in the US!
Anyway… while I was searching the site, I stumbled across this:
Every Wednesday, the early matinee screening is intended for moms (and dads too!) with small babies in tow. These Going Gaga screenings feature one of the films that we are currently showing in the evenings, but with theater conditions adjusted to provide you with a more baby-friendly movie theater environment.
Lights will be dimmed so that you can find your way in and out of the theater as needed, and the volume level will be turned down so as not to damage your baby’s more sensitive eardrums. We’ll even provide you with a changing table in our lobby.
Ticket prices for parents are the same as our regular matinee prices, and go on sale 30 minutes before the show. Babies come free!
Wouldn’t this be a fun “playdate”? I remember when Dash was a baby and feeling like I couldn’t go anywhere. This looks like a great way to get out–with baby!
Have you ever been to Going Gaga? How did it go?