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There is something available all day, every day – from 6.00am until around 1.00am when the disco in the Looking Glass room finally closes down.
Everything is fully documented and presented in the daily edition of `Pursuits` delivered to your stateroom each day. The programme is packed with plenty of daytime activities including dance classes, trivias, origami, cooking demonstrations and much much more.
There are cabarets and music shows in the cabaret lounge on deck 5. This is adjacent to the casino featuring poker, roulette and black jack tables as well as a variety of slot machines. Musical varieties include singers and dancers, discos, pianists and a beautiful harpist who often sat in the lounge bar near Discoveries restaurant to serenade everyone prior to taking dinner.
Some of the best entertainment was to be found when members of the management staff on board took part in game shows and competitions.
The feature event was the `White Night`. This was held on deck around the pool with live music and local Greek dancers as the main attractions. Everyone was encouraged to enter into the spirit of the evening by wearing something white. Highlights also included a waiter performing a Michael Jackson dance routine and Edie with his flaming cocktail !
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