Norwegian Cruise Line is giving travelers front row seats to its highly-anticipated comeback. With ‘EMBARK – The Series,‘ the cruise line is inviting guests to experience the brand and enjoy an exclusive performance of ‘The Choir of Man’.
While it may take some time before we can go back to sea, Norwegian Cruise Line is inviting us for a look behind the scenes in ‘EMBARK – The Series‘. In the new docuseries the cruise line is focusing on how they are preparing their return and highlighting some of its spectacular entertainment.
The docuseries kicks off with an ‘EMBARK NCL Spotlight Series’, two episodes showcasing the iconic Broadway and West End calibre entertainment found across the Norwegian fleet.
The first episode invites viewers into London’s historic West End Garrick Theatre for a special reunion that brings ‘The Choir of Man‘ cast together for the first time in many months. The episode will include performances of guest favourites including ‘Save Tonight’, ‘Escape (The Piña Colada Song)’, ‘Hello’ and ‘Some Nights’. It will also give an inside look at how the cast is managing through this historic time and how the talented performers are remaining optimistic about the future.
The Choir of Man
Highly praised for its high energy, live music and foot stomping choreography, ‘The Choir of Man’ is an immersive pub experience featuring ordinary guys who perform everything from sing-along classics to classic rock. Traditionally set in a neighbourhood pub, the show highlights the importance of community and human connection through a series of songs, poetry and intimate conversations.
In addition to its residency on Norwegian Escape and Norwegian Encore, ‘The Choir of Man’ has performed across the globe in iconic venues including Chicago’s Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place and Washington D.C.’s John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. ‘The Choir of Man’ will also return to the Sydney Opera House for the third time beginning February 2021.
The nearly 40-minute episode will first stream live at www.ncl.com/embark on Friday 20th November 2020, before being made available on-demand.