Cunard’s Event Voyages invite guests to sail with some of the greatest talents in gastronomy, art, and entertainment. Today, 10 July, sees the launch of their new programme for 2024 – including four new voyages on Queen Mary 2, offering guests an unbeatable experience to cross the Atlantic in style, while a further three take place on board Queen Elizabeth as she navigates Australia and Japan in early 2024.

Curated in partnership with Cheltenham Festivals, the Olivier Awards, and the National Symphony Orchestra, these one-of-a-kind voyages blend live performance with Q&As and hands-on demonstrations to truly immerse our guests in the things they love most.

Angus Struthers, Acting Senior Vice President, Cunard, said:

Cunard’s Event Voyages offer far more than just stand out performances.  Each is expertly curated to offer our guests unique opportunities to immerse themselves into theme or occasion, meeting and hearing from world-renowned leaders in their fields, many with interactive workshops and a programme of activities and performances to choose from throughout the day and evening.  And of course, all offered with the luxurious backdrops of the Cunard Queens and all while enjoying the signature touches you can always look forward to with Cunard.

Back by popular demand in June is ‘London Theatre at Sea’, an eight-night Eastbound Transatlantic Crossing in partnership with the Olivier Awards, which Cunard proudly partners with every year to present the Best Revival Award. This unique crossing features immersive acting workshops, fascinating behind the scenes talks and performances from award winning stars, curated by Julian Bird OBE.

Also returning in November 2024 is ‘Literature Festival at Sea’, where book lovers can absorb themselves in seven days of inspiring literary events on this Westbound Transatlantic Crossing, curated by the programming team of Cheltenham Literature Festival, of which Cunard also partners each year, and in partnership with The Times and The Sunday Times. Each Literature Festival at Sea features more than 25 acclaimed authors, with past headliners including Ian Rankin, Victoria Hislop and Simon Armitage.

New for 2024 is a unique opportunity to celebrate history in the making, as Cunard’s flagship Queen Mary 2 embarks on her 400th Transatlantic Crossing in August from New York to Southampton – a journey that remains as iconic today as it was in 1840, when Cunard’s history began.

2024 also marks the 15th anniversary of Cunard’s spectacular National Symphony Orchestra voyages, brought to you by the eminent maestro Anthony Inglis. Guests will be able to rehearse with the choir by day and enjoy classical concerts in the Royal Court Theatre by night, on board this unique nine-night Eastbound Transatlantic crossing via Newport and Boston in October.

Queen Elizabeth hosts the first-of-its-kind Sporting Greats & Wellness Voyage in January 2024, which offers sports fans the chance to sail with some of Australia’s most iconic sporting superstars, including legendary cricketer Brett Lee and celebrated golfer Karrie Webb.

The Great Australian Culinary Voyage, also on Queen Elizabeth in January, promises to be an unforgettable foray into the world of food and wine, including special guest and award-winning chef Karen Martini taking over The Steakhouse at The Verandah.

The extraordinary Big Band Ball voyage in May sees dance and music lovers from all over gather to celebrate the magnificent Swing era, in between exploring the enticing ports of Japan on this nine-night circumnavigation. Special guests include internationally acclaimed vocalist, pianist and songwriter, Joe Stilgoe.

You can find out more about Cunard’s Event Voyages and keep up with the latest updates here.

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