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Top Producer To Bring The West End To Queen Anne!

Top Producer To Bring The West End To Queen Anne!

Renowned theatre producer David Pugh is bringing the bright lights of the West End to the glittering new Cunard ship, Queen Anne

David, who has won every single major theatre award and has produced the sell-out “Shirley Valentine” starring Sheridan Smith, will be collaborating with the cruise line to create two unique shows for Queen Anne’s hotly anticipated maiden season at sea. Cunard has already revealed details of the first production, an adaptation of Noël Coward’s “Brief Encounter,” and is due to announce the second production within the next few months. 

Queen Anne’s Royal Court Theatre will be the home of the glamorous live performances, an all-round elegant space equipped with velvet seats and cascading chandeliers! 

“I am delighted that Cunard’s new ship Queen Anne will play host to ‘Brief Encounter,’ which is one of my favourite West End productions that I have ever produced.

It is an immense privilege to be involved with this project and I am so excited to bring the joy of live performance to the high seas. The second show is still in development, but I can guarantee it will be every bit as special as guests expect.”

David Pugh, Theatre Producer 

Alongside all-new entertainment, guests sailing with Queen Anne during her maiden season can feast their eyes on incredible destinations across the globe – from the historic allure of cities in the Mediterranean, natural wonders in the Norwegian Fjords, and sizzling, sunny beaches in the Canary Islands. During her first season, Queen Anne will visit more than 60 unique destinations in 16 countries.

Her very first voyage will commence on 3rd May 2024 for 7 nights around the crowd-pleasing La Coruna and Lisbon. She will then venture on a 14-night voyage in the Canary Islands before cruising around the British Isles, including making a port call at Cunard’s founding home port and spiritual, lively home, Liverpool.

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