Entertainment, shows

Is it advisable to book shows prior to departure, if so where can one get liswt of shows, times and cost.?

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Your cruiselines website...you create an account, and they'll have everything you'll need, if not call them...if its a really popular show, then yes, some you can book in advance, (and sometimes they can get pricey) else its first come first seated...so don't get the idea you can have a leisurely dinner and wander over to a popular show...plan ahead...

Agree with Yankee. Log into your cruiseline website and the available items to book will be there

It depends on the cruise line and types of shows. Royal Caribbean, for instance, has some shows that you need to reserve pre-cruise (or pre-show), while Celebrity doesn't. Check the cruise line's website to see what they suggest.

I appreciate all the response, guess I need to check out cruiseline website...thanks.

We have accounts (for lack of a better word) at 4 cruiselines...cant imagine doing research or bookings any other way. I assume (yeh theres that word again) that if you don't, then there must be a TRAVEL AGENT involved....which leads to all kinds of phone calls or emails...none of which means anything, because the only way to get the correct, official info is from the horses mouth....I wish we had a dollar...well..five anyway, every time we were at a specialty or the mdr and watched people who were REALLY antsy because it was almost showtime and they hadn't finished yet...you wouldn't get advice like THAT from a TA...or even the cruiselines website come to think of it. Experience...and places like this, really do help.


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