Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical – Royo and Cornwall Playhouse Productions

Brennan Artists’ Annie Grace to star in the world-premiere of Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical, a brand-new musical based on the true story of Cornwall’s favourite singing sea-shanty sensations and the smash-hit 2019 Universal Pictures film.

When a group of Cornish fisherman came together to sing the traditional working songs they’d sung for generations, they hoped to raise a few quid for charity. Nobody, least of all the fisherman, expected the story to end on the Pyramid stage of Glastonbury.

Performances are running from 13th until 30 October 2021 at Hall for Cornwall with tickets on sale now. More information and tickets here.

 

 


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