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Do you have theme nights on board?

Theme nights are great fun, though it’s up to you whether you’d like to dress up.

For 70s and 80s nights, you can come and enjoy the music, or why not throw on some fab flares or parachute pants?

Our tropical nights are all about Hawaiian shirts, grass skirts and Hawaiian lei (flower necklaces).

Black and white nights follow the same dress code as Black Tie nights (cocktail dresses, tuxedos, ball gowns and dinner jackets). You could even opt for an all-black or all-white ensemble.

Getting involved and dressing up for a Theme Night is great fun, but it isn’t compulsory.  If you wish to dress as per the theme of the evening you can, if not please follow the Dress Code for that evening as set by the ship and published in your daily Horizon newspaper delivered to your cabin on-board. 

Please see "What will the dress code be whilst I am on board?" for details of dress codes per cruise and details of the different theme nights that may be offered. 

The exact dates of each Theme Night will be confirmed once on board. 

  

Britannia

Theme nights on board Britannia are a real spectacle! Events and themes vary by cruise so check your Cruise Personaliser or My P&O Cruises before you sail where Dress Code details can be found. Again dressing up isn't compulsory but it is great fun! The following Theme Nights are exclusive to Britannia:

 

80s Night

Enjoy all the 80s classics in the Live Lounge as our vocalists, live band and entertainment team take a trip down memory lane. As this is held on a casual evening, why not join in with the fun and dress as your favourite 80's pop star? Don't forget your shoulder pads...

 

Movies and Music Night

Relive iconic scenes from the big screen with a soundtrack from the all-time greats. The Live Lounge band, vocalists and entertainment team bring to life music from the movies and you can come dressed as your favourite film star!

 

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