Layla Luscious in Twisted Moonlight Cabaret

Elevate’s Twisted Moonlight Cabaret a spicy add to Moonlight Magic

The Twisted Moonlight Cabaret features sketch comedy, burlesque, dance, music and magic

  • Nov. 18, 2019 11:30 a.m.

Elevate is presenting their first-ever Après Moonlight cabaret show on Friday, Nov. 22 at the Lower Elks Hall following Moonlight & Magic festivities throughout Downtown Courtenay.

The Twisted Moonlight Cabaret features sketch comedy, burlesque, dance, music and magic from local and visiting performers.

Take your Moonlight & Magic evening to the next level, enjoy the fantastic free activities throughout downtown from 5 to 9 p.m. and then tuck away into the deep dark belly of the Elks Hall for an evening of entertainment that will delight, surprise and titillate all the senses.

Magic is central to the evenings theme with special guest Vancouver magician Travis Bernhardt joining the fun.

Add to the program sketch comedy from local troupe Discord performances by Layla Lushious, enchanting music from Fanfare and special guest dancers, clowns and poets and you have a night filled to the brim with laughter and delights

Tickets are $20 are on sale now for Elevate’s Twisted Moonlight Cabaret at or follow the links on the facebook event. Doors open at 9 p.m. The licenced show starts at 9:30 p.m.

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