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The Wurzels plus support

Sat 10 October

**Rescheduled**The Wurzels + Corky VERY popular demand.

The Wurzels have rescheduled their Electric Palace 2020 show again and put it back to 2021.

Their Saturday 10 October 2020 show is now on (Easter) Saturday 3 April 2021.

Ticketholders have been emailed and any without a valid email address will be called w/c 20 July 2020

Tickets from the original date (Sat 11 April 2020) and any purchased for Sat 10 October 2020 will remain valid for this new date.

Simply bring your original ticket(s) to The Electric Palace on the evening of the show as normal.



The Wurzels are back in Bridport.

The Wurzels have paved the way for Scrumpy n’ Western – a genre packed full of double entendre, mainstream parody and a comical folk style.

The perfect accompaniment to cider drinking.

Signed to label heavyweights Columbia and EMI, The Wurzels continue to play over 100 sell-out shows and festivals every year and insist on returning to Bridport!

Their quintessentially West Country cover of Kaiser Chiefs’ ‘Ruby’ has been a massive show favourite of late, as well as their hip hop version of the ubiquitous hit ‘Combine Harvester’

Always a sell out – please don’t hesitate to book now.


Agricultural hip-hop artist and the world’s greatest Scrumpy & Western rapper straight out of the farmgates of the Dauntsey Vale in north Wiltshire.

His ‘Ginster’s Paradise’ hit went viral on Facebook and is fast becoming the unofficial 21st century national anthem of the West Country

Corky has supported everyone from Goldie Lookin Chain to Reef’s Gary Stringer and the star of the US Office, Creed Bratton, and is a regular opening act for The Wurzels.

His debut album Front Pin First is the world’s first agricultural hip-hop album, and he has a loyal, if slightly odd, following from Gloucestershire to Devon.




This show has been rescheduled from Sat 11 April 2020.
Read our Rescheduled Events Policy HERE

Wurzels represent a lost England…their live show is raucously entertaining, they show no sign of slowing down.

Thomas H Green - The Telegraph


Sat 10 October




Suitable for audience members aged 14+


£21 adv / £22 door