Saturday 29 June
7.30pm, doors and bar 7pm
£17/£15 members and concessions
The perfect mix of superb musicianship and tongue-in-cheek humour! The UNRAVELLING WILBURYS perform the songs of 1980s supergroup ‘The Traveling Wilburys’ and also dip into the back catalogue of each of its’ legendary members; George Harrison, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison and Jeff Lynne
(ELO), all the while presenting their own unique slant on what it means to be a tribute band.
Songs such as ‘End of the Line’, ‘Handle with Care’, ‘The Devil’s Been Busy’, and ‘Tweeter and The Monkey Man’ form the basis of the set, which also features additional choice cuts including ‘Pretty Woman’ (Orbison), ‘Mr Blue Sky’ (Lynne), ‘American Girl’ (Petty), ‘While My Guitar Gently Weeps’ (Harrison), and ‘A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall’ (Dylan) to name a few.
With music for everyone to enjoy, this is an evening not to be missed. A fabulous night out for lovers of great music.
The Corn Exchange is on High East Street in the heart of the town. For Sat Nav users, our postcode is DT1 1HF. Nearby parking can be found in the various town centre car parks (see map above). Unfortunately there is no parking available on site.
Dorchester Corn Exchange has wheelchair access and toilet facilities for wheelchair users. If you have any specific requirements, then please let us know when booking tickets and we are more than happy to help.
The fully-licenced bar opens half an hour before each performance.
Tickets can currently be purchased online or by telephone. The telephone line is manned between 10am and 4pm Monday to Friday. At all other times please leave your name, telephone number and ticket requirements and we will call you back.
We are not currently able to welcome visitors for advance face-to-face ticket sales.
No booking fees are charged, but a £1 Future Fund levy is included in most ticket prices to support our work. This levy is included in the published ticket price. Concessionary prices (for events promoted by Dorchester Arts): where available, these are offered to under 18s, students, those in receipt of benefits and people on low income regardless of age.