For Fisherman’s Friends
Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical
Newcastle Theatre Royal
Tuesday 11 – Saturday 15 October 2022.
|1. Parisa Shahmir and Company|
It’s time to set sail on a feel-good voyage of friendship, community and music with cast announced for Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical which will be dropping anchor at Newcastle Theatre Royal this week.
|James Gaddas, Anton Stephans, Dan Buckley, Hadrian Delacey|
James Gaddas (Casualty, Bad Girls, Coronation Street, The Girls, Billy Elliot, Monty Python’s Spamalot, MAMMA MIA!) will play Jim, with Parisa Shahmir (The Snow Queen, The Last Ship, MAMMA MIA!) playing the role of his daughter, Alwyn.
|Dan Buckley, James Gaddas, Robert Duncan, Jason Langley, Anton Stephans|
They will be joined by Robert Duncan (Drop the Dead Donkey, Casualty, Where the Heart Is, Twelve Angry Men) who will play Jago with Susan Penhaligon (Bouquet of Barbed Wire, Emmerdale, A Fine Romance, Three Sisters, The Real Thing, Mr Love, The Maintenance Man, Dangerous Corner, Of Mice and Men) as his wife, Maggie and Anton Stephans (The X Factor, Blues Brothers Meet Soul Sisters, Porgy and Bess, Starlight Express, Smokey Joe's Café) as Leadville.
|Jason Langley, James Gaddas and Company|
Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical is based on the true story of the Cornish singing sensations, Fisherman’s Friends, and the hit 2019 film about their life. When a group of Cornish fishermen 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 fishermen, expected their story to end on the Pyramid stage of Glastonbury.
|Full company of Fisherman's Friends|
Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical features hit shanties made famous by the band including Keep Haulin’, Nelson's Blood, No Hopers Jokers & Rogues and many more.
Photos: Pamela Raith
Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical plays at Newcastle Theatre Royal from Tuesday 11 – Saturday 15 October 20232. Tickets are priced from £15.00 and can be purchased at www.theatreroyal.co.uk or from the Theatre Royal Box Office on 0191 232 7010.