Cunard has announced its line up of entertainment on board for 2024 - including an interactive Cluedo game and the first time South Pacific will be performed at sea.

Cunard says its Cunard Showcases 'will transport you to worlds of discovery through the power of live performances'.

The new programme of entertainment is the first of its kind at sea, Cunard said, in collaboration with award-winning theatre producers, directors, writers, choreographers, and performers.

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Alongside shows in the Royal Court Theatre, Cunard Showcases put you at the heart of the action.

You can even go behind the scenes with the ‘In conversation with’ events and workshops with stage and screen talent.

Available on select voyages, you can feel the groove of the beat in the Royal Court Theatre, as the acclaimed original West End cast of The Drifters Girl musical deliver a powerhouse performance in Kings of the Boardwalk.

The Opera Cocktail delivers a new twist on some of the best loved arias, duets and ensembles in a fun, modern setting, as it’s performed in witty new English translations and acted in an engaging, intimate style.

Elsewhere, look forward to unique puppetry skills during the Gulliver extravaganza, which tells the tale of Gulliver, a traveller and pioneer, who returns after nine years lost at sea, with stories of undiscovered lands and creatures.

Get involved in solving a mystery with the Cluedo! The Interactive Game, where guests can step into a world of 1930s high society where intrigue and secrets are the order of the day.

Then there’s the Circa Contemporary Circus, which will perform on Queen Elizabeth for a six-week residency, featuring full-scale acrobatics and theatrical productions, as well as workshops and Q&As.

History will be made in March, when Rodgers & Hammerstein’s timeless South Pacific is performed for the first time ever at sea.

Fancy another classic? Shakespeare’s blockbuster comedy Twelfth Night is delivered by the Pursuit Theatre.

Discovering Antarctica: Heroic Tales of Shackleton, Crean and Scott is an engrossing story of extraordinary polar endeavours, while Appraisal is a real time comedy drama that follows an annual professional work review gone wrong.

Sherlock Holmes’ ever-reliable sidekick Watson also gets centre stage in ‘Watson: The Final Problem’, as he embarks on a journey across Europe while being pursued by Moriarty.

Visit the Cunard website to find out more.