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Wurzels Gig Archive 2005

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The Wurzels & Adge Cutler Gig Archive is very much work in progress - and in some places work would appear to show hardly any progress at all! If anyone is willing to help the mammoth task of filling in the missing dates from the archives - your help would be gratefully received! Any odd dates will help, no information is too small!

January 2005

Friday 21st January 2005 (7.30pm) - The Wurzels at Dolman Exhibition Hall, Ashton Gate, Bristol. Advanced ticket prices set at £14.00 for adults and £12.50 for senior citizens and students. Entry is £15.00 on the night for all ages.

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February 2005

12th February 2005 (8pm until 1am) - The Wurzels and 60's and 70's Radio Road Show at Merchant Suite (by the Refectory), Frenchay Campus, University of West England, Bristol. Tickets are £5.00 available from Core24 and all Traders' on the remote sites. Drinks prices are matched to the Student Union's for the entire night (ie Carling at £1.65).

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March 2005

19th March 2005 - The Wurzels at The Metropol (formerly The Luckwell Club), Southville, Bristol. Tickets £11.00

31st March 2005 - The Wurzels and Tony Beard "The Wag from Widdecombe" at Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple "Don't miss these four fantastic zider drinking OAPs as they return to the Queen's Theatre for another night of west country comedy. As well as some of the best scrumpy and weston songs ever written, the Wurzels will be giving their own special treatment to some modern classics." Tickets £10.00.

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April 2005

22nd April 2005 - The Wurzels at Huish Park, Yeovil

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May 2005

June 2005

The Wurzels played at several "Taste of the West" weekends at Cricket St Thomas Hotel, Chard over the summer season. (dates unknown)

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July 2005

1st July 2005 - The Wurzels at Pensford Music Festival, Pensford

2nd July 2005 - The Wurzels at CAMRA Plymouth Beer Festival, Plymouth Pavilions, Plymouth. Tickets between £6.00-£3.00.

Sunday 10th July 2005 - The Wurzels at Filton Festival, Filton, Bristol

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August 2005

Sunday 7th August 2005 - The Wurzels and Hayseed Dixie at Berkeley Castle, Berkley, Gloucestershire

12th August 2005 - The Wurzels at Lyme Regis

28th August 2005 - The Wurzels at Midsomer Norton Cricket Club, Midsomer Norton, Radstock, Somerset

29th August 2005 - The Wurzels (8pm) and That'll Do (10pm) at The Vintage Inn, Wellington, Somerset. Tickets cost £12.00 plus a free burger from the BQ. Event was in aid of the St Johns' Ambulance. Although the gig was due to start at 8pm, all the fuses blew and by the time the pub had found a back-up generator, the Wurzels took to the stage 90 minutes late - but still put on one hell of a show. Adge Cutler's widow and other family members were in the crowd that night!

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September 2005

Friday 23rd September 2005 - The Wurzels at Rock Cafe 2000, Mill Race Lane, Stourbridge, West Midlands DY8 1JN

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October 2005

November 2005

6th November 2005 -The Wurzels at Ship & Castle, Ashton Gate, Bristol

Saturday 19th November 2005 - The Wurzels at Octagon Theatre, Hendford, Yeovil, Somerset BA20 1UX

Thursday 24th November 2005 - British Sea Power plus special guests The Wurzels at London Forum, London. Promotional gig for the Remember Me/Cider Drinker single release

Sunday 27th November 2005 - The Wurzels at Playhouse Theatre, High Street, Weston-super-Mare, Somerset BS23 1HP

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December 2005

Thursday 8th December 2005 - The Wurzels at Marine Theatre, Church Street, Lyme Regis, Dorset DT7 3QB

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