Everyone wants a career in pop, and if The Saturdays can do it, then, by God, so can you. After rigorous education at the School of Pop (sell-out smash 2009), and intellectual training during The College Years (further selling-out and smashing in 2010), it's time to move out of your parents' house and get a f**king job. Everything you need is at F&M's Pop Centre Plus. 'Such glittering panache' (Telegraph). 'Gold-star masterclass' (Mail on Sunday). 'A force of nature' (Western Australian). ***** (Chortle.co.uk). ***** (Edinburgh Evening News). ***** (Daily Mail). ***** (Time Out).
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F&M are back again. And now, after completing your education at the School of Pop (smash-hit debut in 2009) and The College Years (smash-hit follow-up in 2010), they're here to help you secure gainful employment in the world of pop with their Pop Centre Plus. I mean, if The Saturdays can do it, then by God, so can you.
In the world of careers advice, F&M's patented system is utterly unique. Rigorous testing will identify your individual skill sets and personal strengths, enabling them to ascertain the right career path for you. Some will be Biebers, some will be Britneys, and if the requisite talent is available, five lucky audience members will be hired on the spot. And in the current economic climate, that is an opportunity that one simply cannot afford to miss.
In their new home, the Udderbelly in Bristo Square, F&M are raising their game. Interactive projections, vibin' tracks and full-blown dance routines, combined with the acclaimed talents of these "brilliant musicians" (The List), will make this a banger of a third show for the duo.
Frisky and Mannish is the cabaret comedy creation of Laura Corcoran and Matthew Jones. Since bursting onto the scene in 2008, they have become a "global phenomenon" (Times), performing in London's West End, New York, Berlin, Melbourne, New Zealand, Adelaide, Singapore, Perth, and at the Sydney Opera House. They recently performed live on the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Scott Mills, after being discovered by producers. The subsequent buzz has cemented their reputation as one of the most sought-after acts on the circuit.