6 November 2020 7:00pm

Caught in Aotearoa for the outbreak of Covid, and currently residing in Hastings until the smoke clears in her hometown of New York, the front-woman of the internationally acclaimed punk cabaret duo The Dresden Dolls comes to Dunedin for the first time to present a very special show.
Provocative, irreverent, and wildly creative, Amanda Palmer is a fearless singer, songwriter, playwright and audaciously expressive pianist who simultaneously embraces – and explodes – traditional frameworks of music, audience and art.
The show itself will feature Palmer performing with no band accompaniment, with 500% more pain, love and pathos than usual. Piano songs, ukulele songs, life stories, old favourites by The Dresden Dolls, and brand-new material written during Level 4 lockdown right here in NZ will all be on offer. Expect a night of graphic, honest, funny storytelling and very human and vulnerable songcraft.
Handkerchiefs for tears will be for sale.
***** "Painfully raw, wickedly naughty, deeply moving and disconcertingly honest." - Adelaide Advertiser’

Rating: G

Doors/Lobby Open: 6.00pm
Show Starts: 7.00pm
Interval: 8.15pm
Set 2: 8.35pm
Show concludes: 9.50pm
Amanda Meal Break: 9.50pm - 10.20pm
Lobby Signing: 10.20pm - 11.50pm

Lockout - There may be a lockout. Latecomers will be admitted at a suitable break in the performance. Please allow adequate time to find parking.
Circle - upstairs. The upstairs seating at our venue has a lot of steps and is therefore not suited to patrons with limited mobility. No walkers may be taken into this area.
Stalls - downstairs. To book a wheelchair space contact the Regent Theatre (03) 4778597. We have elevator access to the stalls seating area from the foyer.
Door sales available prior to the show start time - subject to availability.



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