P&O has announced a new game-changing show in a new entertainment partnership with presenter Stephen Mulhern and producer Jonathan Wilkes.
The production will be a spectacular 45-minute extravaganza and its details will be kept under wraps by the cruise line until nearer the time of its launch.
“This is a truly breathtaking show and one which has never before seen on either land or at sea. Jonathon and I are working within the country’s best set designers to create something which will leave the audience mesmerized, amazed and entertained”, Stephen Mulhern commented.
P&O’s SVP, Paul Ludlow, stated: “Stephen is one of this country’s brightest and most well-loved stars. His radio and TV shows are incredibly popular with our guests so he is the perfect fit for us.
In partnership with Jonathon Wilkes, who has already produced a very contemporary show for us, we have a highly talented team to crate what we hope will be the first of many game-changing shows for us.
This show will set the bar for sheer wow factor. It will be far more than just entertainment, as it will be a wholly immersive experience, worthy of a Vegas or London arena stage. It is exciting, wholly innovative and sensational.”
Guests can look forward to further details of the show and performance schedules to be announced in Spring 2018.
P&O recently sold small ship, Adonia, to Azamara Club Cruises as the newly re-named Azamara Pursuit. Its last cruise will finish on March 9th 2018 before becoming a part of Azamara to visit unique ports that larger ships cannot reach.
What do you think of P&O’s news? Are you excited to hear of such an exciting show planned for the line? Will you be booking to witness Stephen Mulhern’s masterpiece onboard? Leave us your comments!
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