Matthew Floyd Jones
Composer, Writer, Musical Director
Agent(s): Helen Mumby

Matthew is best known as one half of the wildly successful musical comedy double act Frisky & Mannish, who have been headliners on the international comedy and variety circuits for over a decade.

He is also the co-creator, composer, co-lyricist and musical director of Kathy & Stella Solve a Murder!, written with Jon Brittain and produced by Francesca Moody Productions, Kater Gordon, Wessex Grove and Fiery Angel which is currently playing at The Ambassadors Theatre in the West End.

Current and forthcoming credits include: Elmer (Tall Stories); Kathy & Stella Solve a Murder! (West End).

Composer/Lyricist credits include: Nanny (UK Tour); A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) (also MD: Edinburgh Fringe, UK Tours, Vault Festival, Wilton’s Music Hall and; Fringe First and Musical Theatre Review Award); That’s Hot (National Film & Television School); Chambers of Flavour, Madame Gingerline (Gingerline Group).

Writer/Performer credits include: Richard Carpenter is Close to You (Edinburgh Fringe, Bloomsbury Theatre, UK Tour, Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Butterfly Club Melbourne; Buxton Fringe Award winner); Marksman (HUB), Psychodermabrasion (Jacksons Lane); The Artist-Critic Conflict (British Comedy Award nomination); 2012: An Olympic Vaudeville (Greenwich Theatre).

Musical Director credits include: Beauty and the Beast (CAST); Stay Another Song (Young Vic); The Iron Eyelashes (Dublin Gay Theatre Festival, New Wolsey Theatre); Merman at the Jermyn (Jermyn Street Theatre, Aldeburgh Music Festival).

Director credits include: Tall, Dark and Anxious (Edinburgh Fringe, Soho Theatre; Amused Moose Comedy Award); Screwtopia!, The Big Screw-Up (Edinburgh Fringe, Adelaide Fringe, Southbank Centre); Mary Berry’s Little Lamb (Funny Women Comedy Shorts Award finalist).

Acting credits include: Miss Nightingale (Hippodrome); Charming Dick (Cockpit Theatre); Royal Vauxhall (Latitude, Edinburgh Fringe); Heels of Glory (Chelsea Theatre); Wif and Wer (National Theatre Temporary Theatre); Camera Lucida (Barbican); Punch (Canal Café Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe); Oklahoma! (Waterfront Hall, Sherman Theatre, Peacock Theatre); The Secret Garden (King’s Head).

Matthew has a degree in Classics II (Ancient Greek) and English from Oxford University, and an advanced performance certificate in piano from Trinity College London.