PHOTO TOUR AND
The Royal Court Theatre was
inspired by the theaters on
London's West End (right). It holds
830 and spans three decks. Its
unique features include private
boxes where passengers can have
champagne or other drinks (below).
In the Queens Room: Visiting soprano Annette
Wardell performs with the EOS String Quartet (left);
fencing lessons (above); Duo Lumiere (floutist Julie
Groves and pianist David Laughton) in recital;
harpist Marta Kazsap accompanies an afternoon tea
(right); Nexus plays international popular music; the
Queens Room Orchestra provides the music for
ballroom dancing (below left).
The Empire Casino has a restrained but elegant turn-of-the-century decor. It is
equipped with a separate bar, gaming tables and slot machines. During Queen
Victoria's 2015 refit, the casino was altered so that nine single occupancy cabins could
be added using some space formerly occupied by the casino.
In the Royal Court Theatre: The Royal
Cunard Singers and Dancers perform a West
End-style production show (above left);
Entertainment Director Paul O'Loughlin
interviews Captain Peter Philpott (above);
comedian Jeff Stevenson (right); Personality
profiler Diane Simpson giving a lecture
(below right); comedy juggler Pete Matthews
(below); Executve Chef Darron Ridley and
chefs Franck Marc and Roland Sargunan give
a cooking demonstration (below left);
comedian/singer Allan Stewart (left).
Cruise ship photo tour - - Cunard - - Queen Victoria - page 4
The Queens Room is Queen Victoria's ballroom. In addition to balls
and dancing the is used for activities, afternoon tea, receptions and
entertainment events. It was inspired by Queen Victoria's home
Osbourne House and contains art work by the Queen Empress and her
Left: A Masquerade Ball in the Queens Room.
Right: Classical guitarist Carlos Bonell.
Below: The ship's production cast perform in
the Queens Room.
Left: Terry Waite, C.B.E., lecturing
aboard Queen Victoria.
Above right: Your Three Tenors in
Below right: Comedian Rondell