Following the success of the film that charted their extraordinary journey to fame, Fisherman's Friends are returning to Cornwall to play Redruth Regal Theatre on Friday, September 20.

Bound together by lifelong friendship and shared experience for more than 25 years the Fisherman's Friends have met on the Platt (harbour) in Port Isaac to raise money for charity, singing the traditional songs of the sea handed down to them by their forefathers.

The boys have been widely credited with starting the revival of interest in shanty-style choral singing but a cornerstone of their success has been their constantly evolving and expanding repertoire.

In 2010, they signed a major record deal and their album Port Isaac's Fisherman's Friends went Gold as they became the first traditional folk act to land a UK top ten album.

Since then they've been the subject of a bio-pic and an ITV documentary. They've released hit albums One and All (2013), Proper Job (2015), Sole Mates (2018) and Keep Hauling - Music from the Movie (2019) and played to hundreds of thousands of fans at home and abroad.

The Fisherman's Friends are: brothers John and Jeremy Brown, writer and moustachioed MC Jon Cleave, smallholder John ‘Lefty’ Lethbridge, builder John McDonnell, fisherman Jason Nicholas and film maker Toby Lobb.

Despite their musical adventures and success, the band can still be found working their day-jobs and enjoying life on the North Cornish Coast.

Tickets to September's gig cost £25 and can be bought at