Fisherman’s Friends, food and fun at Cubert Film Club

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Linda from Cubert Film Club holds a poster for their Fisherman's Friends screening. Across it is written 'sold out' and the Cubert Film Club audience sit in the background.

We caught up with Gareth Jones, who runs the film club at Cubert Chapel after their screening of Fisherman’s Friends:

“What a great night we had in our final film club event this summer! Huge thanks to Katy and her team at The Village Chip Shop and Daniel at The Bakers Dozen in Cubert for partnering with us on the night, and providing a wonderful fish and chips supper and a great pre-show venue respectively. 

We had our biggest ever film club audience (40) in the Chapel, and a lot of fun as people sang, laughed and in a few cases cried their way through the story of the Port Issacs now legendary piscine choir. FISHERMAN’S FRIENDS is a gem of a film; by turns, heart warming, poignant and funny, with some great Cornish singing and scenery thrown in. 

We are having a break for a couple of months… look out for updates.
As they say in Vicar of Dibley: ‘Bless you for watching!'”

Gareth
Community Pastoral Worker  Cubert, Crantock and St Newlyn East Methodist Churches, who also runs Cubert Film Club.

We’ve got a boat-load of Fisherman’s Friends screenings across our film clubs this summer and beyond – take a look and find your nearest one here.