Fisherman's Friends the Musical



The true story of the Cornish chart topping buoy band

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) 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: 2 hours 20mins (including 20 min interval)

Age Recommendation: 8+

Fisherman’s Friends The Musical Audio Flyer


£20 16 – 26 yrs (with a free 16-26 Membership)
£20 Under 16s / £5 off on selected performances
£20 Under 18s school groups
£4 off for Groups 10+
£5 off
for Groups 20+
15% off for Members

Audio Described: Thu 30 Mar 7.30pm, with Touch Tour from 6pm
Audio DescribersVocalEyes – Nadine Beasley and Ruth James

Listen to the introductory audio notes for Fisherman’s Friends by clicking the orange button on the player below, or click here to listen on SoundCloud.

British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreted: Sat 1 Apr 2.15pm
BSL Interpreter: Theatresign – Sumayya Si Tayeb

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*Discounts are subject to availability and may be removed at any time. Only valid on certain performances - terms and conditions apply.

Credits & Acknowledgments

Book By Amanda Whittington
Based on the Screenplay by Nick Moorcroft, Meg Leonard, Piers Ashworth
Directed by James Grieve

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