Frisky & Mannish is a musical comedy cabaret double act based in London, UK. Formed in March 2008 by writers and performers Laura Corcoran and Matthew Floyd Jones, the duo is best known for a style of pop culture parody that consists of the musical and dramatic rearrangement of well-known pop songs. They have been called "the mad scientists of pop, mixing unlikely solutions from incompatible artists and distilling entire genres into their separate elements." In 2009, their début show, Frisky and Mannish's School of Pop, was a breakout hit at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, establishing them on the live comedy circuit. They have twice returned to the Edinburgh Fringe, with the sophomore show, Frisky and Mannish: The College Years (2010), and the third instalment, Frisky and Mannish: Pop Centre Plus (2011). Each of these shows was a significant critical and commercial success, leading to international touring, with performances at the Sydney Opera House, the Melbourne Comedy Festival, the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, the New Zealand International Arts Festival, the Fringe World, and in Singapore. Also known for their annual Christmas shows at the Lyric Theatre in London's West End, and their summer seasons on the South Bank, Corcoran and Jones have been nominated for numerous awards, including the Hackney Empire New Act of the Year Award, and the Chortle Award for Best Music and Variety Act. The Guardian cites Frisky & Mannish as a rare example of a successful mixed-gender comedy duo: "from Flight of the Conchords to French and Saunders, single-sex double acts are everywhere - but Frisky and Mannish show that more should cross the gender divide." More information on their offical website, http://friskyandmannish.co.uk/.