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.

Current and forthcoming credits include: Nanny (UK Tour)

Composer/Lyricist credits include: 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).

Writing credits include: Session Squared (48 Hour Film Project London Audience Award).

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.