Past Event

An Evening with Amanda Palmer

7 Feb 2018

Half of the cult-favourite punk-cabaret duo the Dresden Dolls and alt-rock icon Amanda Palmer has long been a controversial figure. Since her beginnings in the band and now as a solo artist, she has been keeping up a non-stop schedule of releasing art, dressing up like a conjoined twin, doing things that make outraged think-piece writers 'jiggle with glee’ (The Guardian) for many years. A previous collaborator with music luminaries such as Ben Folds and St Vincent’s Annie Clark, Palmer is a polarising public figure with a fiercely dedicated fanbase. Audiences can leave their mild emotions at the door.

Special guest Andrew O'Neill will be joining Amanda on stage throughout the show.
The show will run through to 11pm. 

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