The Candlelight Cabaret is returning for a special Back to School Party, and the team has once again teamed up with GCN to give away two pairs of tickets to our lucky readers.
Whether you are already a committed fan of the Candlelight Cabaret or are looking to experience something new, you are guaranteed a spellbinding show! The highly-anticipated event will be bringing back some familiar faces as well as welcoming some brand-new acts to the stage.
The incredible artists will entertain you with a dazzling array of burlesque, pole, drag and incredible vocals, all packed into one glorious evening in Dublin. Next to Lotta Lungs and Elizabeth Tierney, the amazing Fearghal Curtis from The Curtis Cabaret will join the choir of voices.
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This edition of Candlelight Cabaret is sure to be the Back to School highlight of the year as the cast of talented performers is “guaranteed to thrill, entertain and delight audiences.” So prepare to be blown away by this spectacular event.
The highly sought-after show will take place in LoSt LaNe, off Grafton Street, on Saturday, September 2, and kick off at 6pm.
Tickets are on sale now with prices starting from €25 plus booking fee, but if you’re feeling lucky, GCN has two pairs of tickets for the Candlelight Cabaret Back to School Party to give away! To be in with a chance of winning and attending this dazzling show, simply answer the following question:
What is the theme of this edition of the Candlelight Cabaret?
The competition closes at midnight on Tuesday, August 29, 2023. Winners will be announced on social media and contacted via email.
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This competition is now closed, please visit our Competitions page for more.
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