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C R U I S E ENTERTAINMENT


changed that coming up this year passengers can see US comedian Jay Leno and country group Little Big Town on Carnival ships this year. They are among the acts


booked for Carnival Live, where groups fly in to either Nassau or Cozumel, play a gig on a Carnival ship and fly off again. Tickets cost from $30.


If UK popsters appeal


more, Suzi Quatro, Slade and From The Jam are among chart-topping bands on Rock the Boat, a one-week music festival at sea (think Glastonbury without the mud!) organised by Cruiseco on Cruise & Maritime Voyages’ Magellan in September. Headline acts will perform in the theatre; other bands will play the bars and lounges, and there will also be meet-and-greet sessions, all at no charge.


Adult humour Once the kids are safely tucked up in bed, it’s time for the adults to enjoy something a little more risqué.


Second City is an


improvisation group that performs in the Headliners venue on NCL’s Norwegian Breakaway, Dawn, Gem and Epic (when it is in the Caribbean). Early in the evening the


funny guys stick to good clean family fun but several times per cruise the kids are barred and the air turns just a little more blue. Grown-ups can also enjoy


late-night adult laughter in The Attic on Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas and Carnival’s Punchliner Comedy Club (on all Carnival ships including Carnival Horizon, which launches in 2018).


Improv group Second City performs on NCL ships


42 | Travel Weekly Cruise | May 2017


travelweekly.co.uk/cruise


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