Passion and Performance gals just love their cabaret show. (Submitted)

Candy Cane Cabaret in Duncan an adult show featuring Passion and Performance students

“Our audiences cheer, hoot, holler and enjoy a raucous environment”

And now for something completely different.

Passion and Performance is hosting the first Candy Cane Cabaret at the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre on Thursday, Dec. 13, starting at 8 p.m.

This 19+ show features all styles of dance from hip hop to burlesque with local students from the Cowichan Valley as well as students from Victoria.

Passion and Performance believes that adults can enhance their sensuality and fitness through dance. They say they hold true to this belief by offering classes with two unique focuses regardless of a dancer’s skill level, gender, or age.

If you’ve never been to a P&P show, you’re in for a treat. Think of the show like a rock concert with your friends as the stars.

“Our audiences cheer, hoot, holler and enjoy a raucous environment while our students tear up the stage,” said a press release for the show. “Please note: our shows aren’t for the faint of heart and some routines do have partial nudity.”

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