A fisherman with a guitar stands in front of the sea with a group of people

FISHERMAN'S FRIENDS: THE MUSICAL

Tue 25 - Sat 29 April 2023
Tickets £25 - £55*

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Based on the true story of the chart-topping Cornish singing sensations and their hit 2019 movie, Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical is a feel-good voyage about friendship, community and music which smashed box office records in Cornwall.

When a group of Cornish fishermen came together to sing the traditional working songs they’d sung for generations, nobody, least of all the fishermen, expected the story to end on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury. They are spotted by a fish-out-of-water music manager on a trip from London, who must learn that there is more to life than selling your sole for fifteen minutes of fame.

A star cast includes James Gaddas, (Coronation Street, Billy Elliot the Musical), Parisa Shahmir (Mamma Mia!), Robert Duncan (Drop the Dead Donkey), Anton Stephans (The X Factor) and Susan Penhaligon (Bouquet of Barbed Wire).

So, climb aboard, find your sea legs and allow yourself to fall for this critically acclaimed musical – hook, line and sinker!

Running Time

TBC

Age Guidance

TBC

Tickets

Tuesday – Saturday, 7.30pm
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, 2.30pm:
£25/£35/£45/£55*

*All ticket prices include a £3 per ticket booking fee.

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Gallery

  • Five fishermen in a boat on the sea wearing yellow waterproofs and life jackets.
  • Five members of the company of Fisherman's Friends play instruments on stage, including a violin, a guitar, a banjo, and an accordion.
  • The company of Fisherman's Friends dance on one foot with a hand in the air lifting a tankard.
  • A man in a white jumper untangles fishing nets while speaking with a young woman in a burgundy dress.
  • The fishermen stand in a semi-circle around a standing microphone, singing together.
  • A woman with short brown hair and a man in a flannel hold each other lovingly as the company plays instruments in the background.
  • Three men sit around a table, cheersing tankards and laughing with others in the background of the pub.