Amanda Palmer to tour with husband Neil Gaiman

Dresden Dolls frontwoman will sing and writer husband will read from his work at London shows

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Former Dresden Dolls frontwoman Amanda Palmer is set to hit the road with her fantasy novel and screenwriting husband Neil Gaiman.

Palmer will play a show at a secret, historic London venue on September 5, while Gaiman will perform a reading at the same place the day before.

Palmer will be playing a run of UK shows towards the end of summer as part of a European tour. Though she normally performs solo, for these dates she will be joined by her all-new backing band.

Before her headline dates under her own name, Palmer will be appearing for a week-long stint at the Edinburgh Festival in her Evelyn Evelyn guise. The band is a collaboration with Jason Webley, for which the pair take on the roles of conjoined twins who are also singer-songwriters.

Amanda Palmer plays:

Edinburgh HMV Picture House (August 25)
Glasgow The Arches (26)
Brighton Concorde (September 1)
London Heaven (2)
London Secret Venue (4)
London Secret Venue (5)

Evelyn Evelyn play:

Edinburgh Assembly George Square 2 (August 17-21)

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