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Fishermans Friends at Cheltenham Town Hall

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Fisherman’s Friends are a male sea sea shanty group from Port Isaac, Cornwall, currently consisting of John and Jeremy Brown, John Lethbridge, Toby Lobb, Billy Hawkins, Jason Nicholas, John McDonnell and Jon Cleave.

Fishermans Friends will be performing 1 event in Cheltenham on Saturday 8th February 2020 at the Town Hall.

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Sat Feb 8 2020    (Change Date) Cheltenham, UK UK
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Venue Information - Cheltenham Town Hall

Town Hall Imperial Square, Cheltenham GL50 1QA
Telephone: 08445762210
Venue Capacity: 1008
The Town Hall is a live music/entertainment venue and assembly room based on Imperial Square in Cheltenham. With a capacity of over 1,000, it's unique in the fact that it is not strictly run by the council, but is rather operated by the public, and is used for concerts, dances, balls, exhibitions, and conferences throughout the year.