Punk Cabaret but non-essential...
Billed as The Punk Cabaret, this show by drum and piano duo The Dresden Dolls featured a goth/punk set joined by, amongst others, an acrobat, some strange ballet type dancers and some 'bondage volunteers'.
The songs themselves are piano/drum punk, although at times drummer Brian Viglione does switch to acoustic guitar.
The highlights of the show include 'Dirty', 'Business' and a cover of the Gary Jules version of Tears for Fears 'Mad World' which sees singer/keyboardist Amanda Palmer joined by Trash McSweeney.
The bonus features include a duet with Lene Lovich, documentary footage and interviews.
Review by Nikk Gunns