The luxury cruise line is welcoming back guest favorites such as the Literature Festival at Sea via a partnership with Cheltenham Literature Festival, The Times, and The Sunday Times; as well as much-loved Anthony Inglis and the UK National Symphony of Orchestra. The cruise company also introduces its first Art & Design Week, and Beatles and Beyond: Celebrating the Best of British. Joining the roster is the London Theatre at Sea with the Olivier Awards.
Passengers will enjoy the chance to meet and mingle with West End theatre stars, renowned authors, one of the world’s top Beatles tribute bands and learn the latest trends with the Art & Design Week.
Every voyage offers the opportunity to delve deeper into a passion or discover new things, with an enriching programme of interactive workshops, performances, masterclasses, thought-provoking speakers, and discussions with fellow passengers.
A taster of what to expect includes:
(May 15-22, 2022) Queen Mary 2: London Theatre at Sea, with the Olivier Awards. Fares start from US$1,400 per person.
(May 8-17, 2022) Queen Elizabeth: Beatles and Beyond. Fares start from US$1,580 per person.
(August 28-September 4, 2022) Queen Mary 2: Art & Design Week. Fares start from US$1,520 per person.
(October 25-November 1, 2022) Queen Mary 2: Anthony Inglis and the UK's National Symphony Orchestra. Fares start from US$1,150 per person.
(December 3-10, 2022) Queen Mary 2: Literature Festival at Sea. Fares start from US$1,050 per person.