The Frontier Touring Company and OzTix offer an exclusive opportunity to purchase TWO tickets for the Price of ONE to Amanda Palmer (Voice of The Dresden Dolls) with special guests: Mikelangelo at the A & I Hall on Monday 8 March.  

Be quick, tickets are strictly limited. Offer is valid from Thursday 4 March until Friday 5 march – midnight or until ticket allocation is exhausted

Much-loved and lauded performer Amanda Palmer, voice of The Dresden Dolls, is returning to
Australia this month to wow fans in Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, Byron Bay and Brisbane.
Amanda Palmer is widely recognised for her own boundary-pushing punk cabaret shows which,
last year left us yearning for more.

Time Off Brisbane wrote “Palmer is an amazing lyricist and composer. One of the best shows that The Tivoli has seen in a long time.”Rip It Up in Adelaide echoed the sentiment adding “The entire night was an intimate sharing of stories and jokes…Have To Drive and Strength Through Music left the crowd speechless until the very end, some on the verge of tears as they applauded as loudly as possible.”

The upcoming tour will feature Amanda Palmer accompanied by a string quartet which is sure to add a thrilling new dimension to her live performance.

Supporting her Melbourne, Byron Bay and Brisbane shows is talented cabaret performer
Mikelangelo. His thunderous baritone, sharp wit and mesmerising sensuality deem him a powerful force upon the stage and his songs are known to evoke lost worlds of beauty, melancholy and melodrama. described Mikelangelo as “a wild wind of energy, impossible to ignore and
nor would you want to! A smooth baritone mixed with flawless displays of wit makes for a
peerlessly captivating performance…”

BMA Magazine agreed, deeming him “…the uber-male, Mikelangelo, alternately alluring, intense,
pathetic, promiscuous and gentlemanly; all these personae seamlessly linked by the booming
baritone and immaculate presentation that have become his performance trademark.”

Opening the Melbourne performance will be Australian duo Tom Dickins of the eccentric cabaret
‘Where Was I?’ and Jennifer Kingwell, his piano playing ethereal muse.

A musician, artist, writer and political activist all rolled into one, Amanda is a favourite with Aussie
audiences with her creative, spellbinding shows selling out time and time again. Make sure you
see her at her finest in 2010.

08.03.10A & I Hall, BangalowNSW
Tickets for all shows will be available from OzTix retail outlets.
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