The Candlelight Cabaret returns this month for its Christmas Extravaganza! As one of Dublin’s strongest cabaret shows, the team will once again take over Dublin’s LoSt LaNe on December 23 for a festive feast not to be missed.
Resident host and singer Elizabeth Tierney will lead attendees through the show, which features a lineup of incredible performers encompassing drag, music, burlesque and pole. With acts such as Bella Agogo, Barbara Vulso, Daria Decollete and more, this is a guaranteed night of top entertainment with a healthy sprinkling of Christmas cheer, not to mention some unexpected and special surprises!
And if that weren’t enough, Santa Kenny will be on hand with his sack full of goodies for all to enjoy. Who knows, maybe if you’ve been very good this year, you might even be allowed to sit on Santa Kenny’s knee and tell him your Christmas wishes.
For an evening of tinsel and tassels galore, delicious bespoke cocktails and mingling with other like-minded partygoers, head down to Grafton Street and take in the spectacle that is the Candlelight Cabaret. Doors open at 6pm, and audiences can expect showstopping performances and a warm and welcoming environment throughout the event.
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