Behold, The Frisky & Mannish Podcast! Join Laura Corcoran and Matthew Floyd Jones as they drink dry martinis with an olive and discuss the hot topics of the day. Then for dessert, listen to them perform brand new music that makes not only fun, but also, some kind of sense of those very same hot topics, just for you.
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What they do:
Frisky & Mannish are pioneers of
Or, to be succinct, they tit around with pop songs.
Where they've been:
All over London, from Shepherd's Bush Empire to the West End's Lyric Theatre, via Koko, The Forum, Soho Theatre, Battersea Arts Centre, Southbank Centre's Udderbelly Festival and the London Wonderground...
And all over the UK, many times, including Glastonbury, Latitude, Bestival, T in the Park, and six sell-out seasons at the Edinburgh Fringe...
And all over the world, from Sydney (Opera House) and Melbourne (Comedy Festival) to Adelaide (Cabaret and Fringe Festivals) and Perth (Fringe World), New York and New Zealand, Germany and Switzerland, Singapore and Hong Kong...
And all over radio (BBC Radio 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 Music) and television (BBC2 and 3) and on YouTube and on the podcast apps and on most of the social medias (except Tumblr ‘cos we’re not absolutely clear on what it is)...
What's been said:
“Fully blown superstars” ★★★★★ Time Out
"Undisputed hit of the Edinburgh Fringe" ★★★★★ Herald
“Pure exhilarating brilliance from start to finish” ★★★★★ Chortle
“A gold-star masterclass” ★★★★★ Mail on Sunday
“Clever, inventive, polished, prodigiously talented and extremely funny” ★★★★★ Time Out Sydney
“King and Queen of the Fringe Festival” ★★★★★ Three Weeks
“Lashings of wit and bedlam” ★★★★★ Adelaide Advertiser
“Just plain wonderful” ★★★★★ Skinny
“Brilliant” ★★★★★ List
“There just aren’t enough superlatives to describe the experience” ★★★★★ Broadway Baby
★★★★★ Edinburgh Evening News
“Eccentric, and wildly talented” ★★★★ Independent
“Effortless” ★★★★ Observer
“An absolute ruckus of a good time” ★★★★ West Australian
“A constantly evolving force of musical nature” ★★★★ Metro
“Simon Cowell would struggle to fault this” ★★★★ Evening Standard
“Blissful, cavorting revelry” ★★★★ Fest
“Deliciously bitchy” ★★★★ Arts Desk
“Superb and uncontrollable” Times
“Such glittering panache” Telegraph
“Exhilarating, a musical wake-up like a cold shower in a hot disco” New Zealand Herald