2013 entertainment programme
Family fun entertainment
There's a variety of fantastic entertainment this year for you to enjoy during your crossing to France or Spain. Find out more about each ship and route below.
Once on board each crossing's entertainment and activities programme is available from the ship's information desk and is displayed at the entrance to our main bars.
Our entertainers create every crossing's activities to best suit the numbers of young and adult passengers on board, with each day's programme available from the ship's information desk. Children's entertainment is scheduled on many daytime crossings. Find out more
The Bretagne features a mixed entertainment programme to suit most passengers: passengers can collect daily programme details from the ship's Information Hall, or check out the crossing's activities on the main bar's notice boards. Find out more
The Armorique's bars and lounges offer a wide choice of TV and video for passengers to enjoy, with two cinemas showing a range of current films. During school holidays, up to and including autumn half-term, two childrens' entertainers host a wide range of daytime activities for our younger passengers, while parents watch and enjoy the proceedings. Find out more
Pont-Aven and Cap Finistère, feature their own styles of entertainment, varying through the year. From music and magic to quizzes and bingo, seasonal music cabaret headliners on the Pont-Aven, 'Orca' whale and dolphin lectures and wildlife watching on Cap Finistère plus children's entertainment during schools' holidays. Find out more
Last year's pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk on our St Malo to Portsmouth route was a huge success. Here are a few comments from our customers.
"It was really professional, such great fun, we really enjoyed it!"
Ruby from Gloucestershire.
"We really enjoyed the whole show, especially the songs - the member of the cast who plays Jack is a great singer. It was really good for everyone, young and old, not just children. We were surprised by the scale of the production - it was like the West End on the High Seas!"
The Trotter family from Hampshire.
"We loved the show - I especially liked Dame Trott, and Kaley liked Daisy the cow."
Cassidy & Kaley from Dorset.