Contributor Level: Captain


Do you go to the nightly shows or do you do something else on the ship before or after diner.


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Contributor Level: Staff Captain

We usually either go to the shows or the dive in movies.  We particularly enjoy Carnival's family friendly Carnival.  

Contributor Level: Captain

We always go to the shows, and have really enjoyed them all. If there's no theatre show going on, we often listen to the music in the lobby or the Latin lounge. We haven't yet been to a comedy club or watched a dive in movie.

Contributor Level: Captain

On our recent cruise, we tried a variety of everything since my husband was new to it all but "doing nothing" was enjoyable too.  Because of where we live, we've had the opportunity to see about every Vegas show imaginable in the past 5 years so it's tough for us to get into shows of any sort - we are simply burnt out....We did like the movies and just strolling the deck - rain or shine.

Contributor Level: Captain

If it's a new (to me) show, or a really good show, I will go to the theatre.

I don't really have the patience for the dive-in movies, so I usually end up barhopping till I find a nice, entertaining place to pour myself into. Princess it is usually Crooners, Celebrity is the Ice Bar, and Carnival is Red Frog Pub (not the pool deck one, but the big one inside).

Contributor Level: Admiral

Depends on the show,  if not the show room,  then the comedy club, piano bar or even a band in the lobby or a lounge. 

Contributor Level: Admiral

We always go to the shows.


Contributor Level: Captain

I usually go to most of the shows. If I don't I usually end up at a comedy show.


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