ONE O’CLOCK FUN: AMANDA PALMER
Join Amanda Palmer on stage for this intimate one-off show
To launch the first of our irregular One o’clock Fun happenings in West Princes Street Gardens, singer-songwriter Amanda Palmer plays a short ukulele set at the Ross Bandstand. The Dresden Dolls co-founder and friend of The Quaich Project is on tour with her ‘There Will be No Intermission’ full show which includes Dunfermline’s Carnegie Hall, Glasgow’s City Halls and four nights at London’s Union Chapel. For this intimate Edinburgh gig, ticketholders will join Amanda right on the stage of the Ross Bandstand for this one-off show. Tickets are free and limited to thirty people.
Anyone who doesn’t manage to get a ticket is welcome to view the event from the amphitheatre. Also on the bill will be Alannah Moar, winner of The Quaich Project’s Emerging Artists competition, and runner-up Ada Grace Francis.
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