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Cunard are offering 'transformative travel' cruises

Cunard are offering their guests "transformative travel" cruises.

The British-American cruise line have unveiled their special cruises for 2020, which include London Theatre at Sea with the Olivier Awards, Transatlantic Fashion Week, a Festival of Food & Wine, a Journey of Genealogy with Ancestry and Literature Festival at Sea amongst others.

Revealing what is planned for the theatre-themed cruise, which will take place between May 13 and 20, 2020, they wrote: "In partnership with the Olivier Awards, the Society of London Theatre's annual awards recognising excellence in professional theatre, this seven-night Crossing showcases award-winning talent in conversation about their careers and talks on how productions are put together. Guests will have the chance to be involved in dance classes, choirs and design workshops as well as see "The Oliviers in Concert" in the Royal Court Theatre."

Whilst the Festival of Food & Wine, held between June 7 and 14, 2020, promises great fun for passengers.

They shared: "Michelin-starred chef Michel Roux Jr. will headline Cunard's first ever Festival of Food & Wine. His restaurant, Le Gavroche, which specializes in French cuisine, will be taken to sea as Roux Jr. indulges guests with a series of hosted dinners, cooking demonstrations and a Q&A.

"The Crossing will bring together additional experts from the culinary industry, including award-winning wine writer Will Lyons, food editor Lisa Markwell and celebrated wine critic Steven Spurrier. For guests particularly interested in the world of wine, there's a chance to join the Cunard Wine Academy while onboard to gain the Wine & Spirit Education Trust Level 1 Award."

And Josh Leibowitz, SVP Cunard North America, shared: "We are excited to further enhance our Cunard Event Voyages for 2020 sailings. Our 2020 Event Voyages represent the very best in music, the arts, food and wine, and fashion and help to make these voyages among the most coveted in the industry."

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