“Strictly Come Dancing”, the original British Version of USA’s “Dancing with the Stars”, Comes to P&O

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As the famous Strictly glitter ball turned for the last time this series on Saturday, fans can join the stars of the show next summer on two P&O Cruises holidays.
P&O Cruises will have top names from the highly-rated BBC programme on two Oriana cruises – a 12 night Canary Islands cruise on May 28 and… [Continue Reading]

Seafood, Spice and Festive Tipples – Christmas made easy with Marco, Olly and Atul

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Seafood, spice and festive tipples – Christmas made easy with Marco, Olly and Atul
Posted 15 Nov 2011
For those who are stuck for inspiration for Christmas dishes or never really know what to do with the piles of leftover turkey, then the new short videos from Marco Pierre White and Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar will solve… [Continue Reading]

Singing sensation Gareth Gates to star on weekend cruise

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Pop Idol star and number one artist, Gareth Gates, will perform on a two night cruise on board P&O Cruises Oceana departing September 3, 2011.
Gareth will perform three shows in the 500-seat Footlights theatre on board. His performances will include his hit singles such as Spirit in the Sky, Anyone of Us, and his version… [Continue Reading]

Dame Shirley Bassey names Britain’s latest cruise ship

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As Dame Shirley said the immortal words “I name this ship Adonia, may God bless her and all who sail in her” a magnum of Hush Heath Balfour rose British sparkling wine hit the hull of the ship in an explosion of pink bubbles.
Aided by master of ceremonies, actor and star of Downtown Abbey, Hugh… [Continue Reading]

Dame Shirley Bassey named as Godmother to Britain’s latest cruise ship

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24 Feb 2011
Britain’s greatest and best loved female performer, Dame Shirley Bassey DBE, is to be Godmother to Adonia, the latest addition to the P&O Cruises fleet.
Dame Shirley will name the stylish ship in a glittering ceremony in Southampton on Saturday May 21, 2011.
Adonia is considerably smaller than the larger ships of today. Carrying just… [Continue Reading]