Amanda Palmer: There Will Be No Intermission
This January, Amanda Palmer returns to Melbourne with her one-woman show, There Will Be No Intermission.
The former frontwoman of the Dresden Dolls, Palmer has built up a devoted fanbase with her critically acclaimed solo work. She released her third studio album (also titled There Will Be No Intermission) in March and her latest show guarantees to be a night of graphic, honest, and funny storytelling through song.
There Will Be No Intermission has been hailed as Palmer’s most powerful and personal show so far. Performing solo on piano and ukulele, she tackles the big questions of life, death, grief and how we try to make sense of it all, to create a performance that is deeply relatable, healing and inspiring.
Billed as “a night of piano, pain and laughter”, these are her most vulnerable stage shows to date.
“I love playing to my weird little Melbourne family,” Palmer says. “We've gotten to know each other very well over the years.”
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