Fisherman’s Friends: One And All

12A

Your favourite sea shanty band from Port Isaac, Cornwall are back in this feel-good sequel to 2019’s Fisherman’s Friends.

Telling the second half of this uplifting true story, Fisherman’s Friends are ready to release a new album following their unexpected rise to stardom, only their record label isn’t convinced. On top of that, they’re finding the weight of fame and success hard to handle, especially Jim, who hasn’t fully dealt with the death of his father. As cracks start to form in the band, Jim must deal with his grief and bring the band back together with the prospect of them playing a very grand stage: Glastonbury.

“moments of real emotion and good performances from James Purefoy and Imelda May” Empire

“a solid follow-up” The Express

“a funny and poignant return for the world’s oldest buoy band” Digital Spy

12A: moderate sex references, language

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Adults £9, Concessions £6.50

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