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It’s party time on the P&O fleet as the line launches its electrifying new on-board entertainment program that’s set to take the seas by storm. Featuring four ultra-stylish new events, the total entertainment revamp is part of the company’s commitment to offering contemporary cruisers unforgettable at-sea experiences. So what’s on offer? Read on for an overview of each of the new additions.
‘Bianco’ White Parties
Every cruise of three nights or more will now host a dazzling ‘Bianco’ White Party that will see the decks transformed into a haze of smoke cannons, faux snow and sparkling lights. Guests are invited to sip on white themed cocktails while dancing the night away to a live DJ or capturing a snapshot at the selfie wall. P&O has revealed that the glamorous event was inspired by the world’s hottest super clubs, as well as cutting edge trends in Australian nightlife.
The Velvet Rope
P&O is transporting passengers back to the Roaring Twenties with its Gatsby-themed evenings featuring ‘razzle-dazzle’ stage show, The Velvet Rope. A sumptuous 1920s themed after-party gives guests a chance to show off their finest flapper dresses and flaunt their best Charleston moves.
Back to School
Thought your schooling days were over? Think again! P&O is inviting playful passengers to squeeze back into their old uniforms, don a cute set of piggy tails and enjoy a night of immature antics in the nightclub. Catch it on cruises of four nights or more.
This summer P&O is reliving the world-famous pool parties thrown at Las Vegas’ luxurious day clubs. It’s fun in the sun with a hint of debauchery that over 18s cruisers are guaranteed to love! With a DJ hitting up the pool deck, Vegas-themed cocktails on tap and beach balls to boot, it’s sure to be an instant hit.
Off the Charts
In a bid to completely re-imagine the conventions of cruise ship entertainment P&O has lifted the lid on a high energy stage show unlike anything else the fleet has ever seen. Titled ‘Off the Charts,’ P&O Cruises Entertainment Director Brett Annable describes the production as “more of a concert than a musical.” It’s designed to captivate audiences and “like the Grammys, there will be individual performances of songs from the best singers of our generation including Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift and Adele. We’ve even brought in several choreographers so each piece of music is totally separate and has a different feel.”
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