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Fishermans Friends at York Barbican

Fishermans Friends tour dates and tickets
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 York on Sunday 23rd February 2020 at the Barbican.

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Fishermans Friends in York - Ticket Options

Sun Feb 23 2020    (Change Date) York, UK UK
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Fishermans Friends
York, York Barbican Centre
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£28.15
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Fishermans Friends
York, York Barbican
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£28.80
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Fishermans Friends
York, Barbican
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£28.80
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Venue Information - York Barbican

Barbican Paragon Street, York YO10 4AH
Telephone: 08448542757
Venue Capacity: 1900
The Barbican is a live music and performance venue based in the Paragon Centre in York. Boasting a capacity of 1,900 standing and 1,500 seating, it plays host to a variety of events, ranging from plays to gigs, big club nights and even sports like snooker. Opening in 1989 following a spend of cost of £15million, it received a £1.5million makeover in 2011 - fans would say it's worth the money!