Cirque Éloize will be on display aboard Princess Cruises' Sun Princess when it debuts in early 2024. The collaboration will bring three contemporary circus performances to the cruise line’s new ship.
The performances are being created for The Dome, a new top-deck, multi-level entertainment venue debuting onboard Sun Princess. Cirque Éloize blends the circus arts with music, dance, technology and theatre. The three 20- to 30-minute shows will rotate onboard Sun Princess in The Dome, showcasing disciplines of aerial hoops, aerial pole, bungee, Cyr wheel, silks, and mind-bending contortion.
“The Dome is a transformational space that creates a stunning vista with sweeping views of the ocean and creates an unprecedented setting to stage avant-garde spectaculars that will absolutely fascinate our guests,” said Francois Leroux, Princess Senior Vice President, Creative Design and Entertainment.
“We’re thrilled to bring this collaboration with Cirque Éloize to life with three original shows, created specifically for this innovative and spectacular space on our next-generation Sun Princess.”
Cirque Éloize performances will be complimentary and available to Sun Princess guests on a first come, first serve basis.
Currently under construction at the Fincantieri shipyard in Italy, the 175,500-ton, 4,300-guest Sun Princess will offer new culinary, entertainment and activity offerings, as well as staterooms and suites across a broad spectrum of categories.
Inaugural 2024 Sun Princess cruises to the Mediterranean, Europe and Caribbean are on sale now.
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