The follow-up to the hit tale of singing Cornish fishermen will be arriving in UK cinemas in March of 2021.

Following the success of the first film on its release last year, it didn’t take long for a sequel to be announced to the UK hit Fisherman’s Friends. This was the movie, you may recall, that told the story of ten fishermen from Cornwall who were signed to a record company to put together an album of sea shanties.

Chris Foggin directed the movie, working from a screenplay by Piers Ashworth, Meg Leonard and Nick Moorcroft. And the film would gross over £5m at the UK box office, and shift a fair few albums as well.

The sequel, then was revealed to be taking the fishermen to south Australia, and is set to follow them as they put together a second album. And whilst further details on the movie haven’t as of yet been released, we do know now when to expect the follow-up.

The date to mark in the calendar is Friday 12th March 2021, which will be nearly two years to the day since the release of the first movie.

More as we hear it on the movie…

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