James Purefoy mocked over ‘dead in the water’ career move ‘Beginning of the end!'

“I’m ashamed to say, given I live and was brought up in Somerset, that I never have [been],” he explained.

“Growing up, we were slightly resentful of ‘the outsiders ruining the countryside’.”

Meanwhile, he explained that he was “meant to” go and get a taste of the show this year.

“The real Fisherman’s Friends were playing, [co-star] Imelda May was playing, and there was a possibility I might get on stage – not that the crowds would’ve been begging for that,” he chuckled.

The full interview with James runs in the new issue of the Radio Times, along with an interview with cover star Lenny Henry too.

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