askeegan
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

Question about evening shows on Carnival

How often do they change their shows?  We were on the Conquest last September and the evening shows were the Brits and Divas and I just read a review from Nov 8, 2015 that they enjoyed the same shows.  Please tell me there will be new shows when I go in Jan 2016?

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glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

The big production show can last five years.  This is my only complaint about them.  I wish that they would change more frequently.  They cost so much to produce is the reason.  I must have seen Carnival's Welcome Aboard Show eight times or more.  It includes the singers and dancers but isn't even one of the big production numbers.  Luckily, there other theater shows that won't be repeats.

 

 

 

askeegan
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

LOL my wife reminded me that the Brits and the Divas were the shows we saw 2 years ago on the Freedom.  I hope there will be different shows when we go

coasterking
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

Since sailing on the Valor, the show was changed each time we cruised(we cruised 2 times in one year on Valor)  Luck of the draw I guess

Bubba54
Contributor Level: Captain

First time in Carnival in years, it will all be new to me!

BonMike
Contributor Level: Captain

We only cruise once a year and the shows have been different each time.

BAK1061
Contributor Level: Captain

  Please tell me there will be new shows when I go in Jan 2016?

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so tell us, were there new shows ?

AuntPinkie
Contributor Level: Captain

Now that Carnival has the "Playlist Productions" instead of the bigger shows of the past, it seems they change them or rotate the variety more.

ToddTheCruiser
Contributor Level: Staff Captain

This seems to be an old thread but... I have noticed that while the shows are different they are still the same thing if that makes sense.. In 2010  I was very impressed with a show.  The acrobats and dancing was amazing and I'm not a showy kind of guy.  

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