'There Will Be No Intermission.'
US artist Amanda Palmer has confirmed she will bring her critically-acclaimed There Will Be No Intermission show to Australia.
Kicking off at Woodford Folk Festival in December, The Dresden Dolls singer will move on to perform at Mona Foma in Tasmania, as well as Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Blue Mountains, Adelaide, Perth, Sydney and Darwin.
"I sat in a theatre in London and watched Hannah Gadsby decimate the blurred lines between entertainment and naked truth, I saw the brave women of #MeToo standing up against their rapists, and I saw Nick Cave in concert and on record working through his grief using art as a necessary and generous tourniquet that others could re-use," Palmer said.
"They all reminded me to try harder and harder still to tell the real, unadorned truth. I've seen how infectious the darkest truths are, when spoken without shame, and I felt like taking any other path would have been a cop-out."
For more details on venues and dates, head over to theGuide.
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