Anne Clark, British poet and Grand Dame of Dark Wave, plays live at the sold-out Frankfurter Hof in Mainz. With powerful beats, intelligent electronics and Anne Clark's unmistakable poetry she delights the audience. She plays songs from the album "The Smallest Acts of Kindness" and of course the hits "Sleeper in Metropolis", "Our Darkness" and "Elegy for a Lost Summer".Anne Clark is often referred to as the female counterpart of artists like Nick Cave, John Cale or Tom Waits. Born in 1960 in South London, the musician is known for her mix of lyrical chanting and innovative electronic sound. "Sleeper in Metropolis", "Our Darkness" and "Echoes Remain Forever" are her big hits, which have been driving fans onto the dance floor since the 80s. Independent of trends and marketing strategies of the music industry, Anne Clark has been developing her own unmistakable style for many years. What is her secret? The fusion of danceable electronic sounds, of intelligent arrangements with very personal lyrics!