Fisherman’s Friends

2019 | UK | M | 152 Mins | Offensive Language & Sexual References

  • Director: Chris Foggin (‘Kids in Love’)
  • Writer: Piers AshworthMeg LeonardNick Moorcroft
  • Cast: Tuppence Middleton, Daniel Mays, James Purefoy, Dave Johns, Noel Clarke, David Hayman, Christian Brassington, Christopher Villiers
  • Comedy, Drama, True Story, Biography



9 Feb, Sunday

Embraces you like a warm sweater.
Mark Kermode, Kermode & Mayo’s Film Review

A London music executive is pranked into signing a group of shanty-singing fishermen in this true story British comedy drama.

In a remote Cornish village for a stag weekend, fast-living music executive Danny (Daniel Mays, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) is pranked by his boss into trying to sign an unlikely local outfit (led by James Purefoy). After being successfully wooed by Danny, the 10-piece band go on to a achieve a top ten hit with their Universal Records debut.

I sauntered out of the screening of this clunky, sometimes clumsy, but redeemingly engaging and warm-hearted film with a smile on my face.
Brian Viner, Daily Mail (UK)