Fisherman's Friends: The Musical announces UK tour starting in 2022

Fishermans Friends musical

Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical has announced a UK tour in 2022.

The Fisherman’s Friends musical is based on the true story of the Cornish singing sensations, and the hit 2019 film of the same name.


The piece recently held its world premiere at Hall for Cornwall in Truro for a limited season between 13 and 30 October 2021.

Now a UK tour has been announced for 2022 and 2023, beginning on 1 September 2022 at the Theatre Royal Plymouth.

The band said: “Well not only did they make a film that we are not in, now there is a musical which we are not in as they dint think we were handsome enough to play ourselves!

“BUT we are thrilled that our musical is going on tour next year. We’ve seen it and it’s bloody fantastic and the music will blow you away. You’re all going to have a brilliant time.”

Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical is directed by James Grieve and written by Amanda Whittington with choreography by Matt Cole, set and costume design by Lucy Osborne, musical supervision and arrangements by David White, sound design by Dan Samson, lighting design by Johanna Town and casting by Jim Arnold.

Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical tour dates

Book tickets Plymouth Theatre Royal
1 September 2022 - 10 September 2022

On sale soon Birmingham Alexandra Theatre
13 September 2022 - 17 September 2022

Book tickets Cheltenham Everyman Theatre
20 September 2022 - 24 September 2022

Book tickets Salford The Lowry
27 September 2022 - 01 October 2022

On sale soon Milton Keynes Milton Keynes Theatre
04 October 2022 - 08 October 2022

Book tickets Newcastle Theatre Royal
11 October 2022 - 15 October 2022

Book tickets Dublin Gaiety Theatre
18 October 2022 - 22 October 2022

Book tickets Cardiff New Theatre
25 October 2022 - 29 October 2022

Book tickets Bath Theatre Royal
01 November 2022 - 05 November 2022

Book tickets Leeds Grand Theatre
08 November 2022 - 19 November 2022

Further dates in 2023 to be announced.

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