The Toulouse-Lautrec Show lounge is
Conquest's largest entertainment venue spanning
three decks and with a seating capacity of 1,400.
This is the home to the ship's production company
and the primary venue for visiting entertainers. It
is also used for activities such as Bingo.
Named after the 19th century Parisian artist, the
theater's decoration features images from his
posters as well as windmills, a feature of the
Montmartre district of Paris where the artist did
much of his work.
As part of the Fun Ship 2.0 enhancements, large
LED panels were added to the theater. These act as
backdrops providing scenery for the shows. In
addition, virtual performers can appear on the
screens supplementing the live cast on stage.
The Seaside Theater located in
the Sun Pool area features a large
digital LED screen and a high-tech
sound system, which is used to show
movies, sporting events and concerts.
The name of the Tahiti Casino is a reference to artist Paul Gauguin's journey to the South Pacific in search of people who
had not been corrupted by 19th century civilization. This large casino has slot machines, traditional gaming tables and
electronic gaming tables. It has its own bar (below right).
The Degas Lounge, located at the aft end of Deck 5, is
the second largest entertainment venue on the ship. It
features a bar, a stage and a large cabaret-style seating
area. Amongst other things, it is used for activities such
as Karole and Liars Club.
However, this room's primary role has become the venue
for stand-up comedy. The Punchliner Comedy Club
presents both family-friendly and adult comedy shows.
Carnival has a relationship with George Lopez to select
performers for its comedy clubs.
The room's decoration makes use of large reproductions of
Edgar Degas' ballerina sculptures.
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