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helenjackson276

Suitability

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Are most shows and entertainment cruise lines like Azamara and Celebrity suitable for adults and children???? 

 

On Celebrity all of the shows in the main theatre were suitable for everyone.

 

They sometimes have some late-night gameshows or standup that are specifically marketed as over-18s only, and these are (as you'd expect) not suitable for children.  They start at 11:30 though, after the theatre show for second-sitting diners which starts at 10:30.

 

Whether kids would enjoy them is another story, and presumably depends on what they like.  There's always a little blurb about the show or guest entertainer in Celebrity Today which is left in your stateroom the night before.

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RC have the occasional late show which is adult only they also have a curfew on the time young people are allowed alone around the ship

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Generally the entertainment is fairly 'clean' and tailored towards most age groups. As the others above have said, they will advertise anything slightly more adult and it will generally be later in the evening.

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Hi  Having sailed Azamara quite a few times and Celebrity occassionally I can say that both offer evening family shows.   Remember most "guest" artists are not tied to particular cruise line and you see the same faces on many different ships,  All the production shows will be geared to suit all tastes and ages.

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