From: Amanda Palmer
Jettison the job.
Fuck Plan B
I’ll support you in anyway I can… Xx
His show has strong moments and his skilful song-writing is great, but I have to say I was rather frustrated by his dark eye makeup and hair, as I could not see his eyes. He gives us a very personal story filled with intimate details, but he was unfortunately hidden in the shadows of the makeup.
Dickens has clearly had a dream-like start to his creative career as a independent writer and performer. I would certainly love to hear more from the depths of this imagination and what other sorts of colourful musings he has on the world.
All in all this is an inspirational show for anyone wanting to bravely follow their dream, so go along tonight for the final show of F**k Plan B and support Tom in his.
Tom Dickens in F**k Plan B
Venue: The Butterfly Club, 204 Bank St. South Melbourne
Date: Final show Sunday (tonight) 6pm
Tickets: $22 full, $19 concession, $18 group (8+)