16th August @ 20:00
Two Men. Two Mics. Too Many Sick Beats.
★★★★★ – Binge Fringe:
★★★★★ – The Review Chap:
About the Show
Welcome to the musical comedy REMIX! Imagine the best pub gig you’ve ever been to; then add a healthy amount of beatboxing, a bowlful of comedy and a big dollop of funky beats.
Made up of Daniel Stanger-Cornwell and James Hawley, 2 Mouthed Men are a duo on a mission to make you smile. Whether through their original songs, beat-centric sketches, or just their contagious cheer, these boys won’t stop until you’re moving, grooving, and laughing along. Ready to mix zany subject matter with honest reflections of modern life, the show balances the introspective with the hilarious, delivering laughs and filthy beats every step of the way. It’s like mixing the hilarity of a stand-up set with the musicality of yourfavourite band; did we mention that there’s beatboxing? There is. A tasteful amount.
So, join Daniel and James as they rap, sing, and beatbox in a musical odyssey unlike any other: you may come for the beats, but you’ll stay for the boys!
What Critics and Audiences have said
‘I feel like I’m watching two mates having a great time. I think that was their aim, and ultimately, it is the greatest charm of this show.’ Binge Fringe
‘Fun, fresh and fantastically funky’
London Theatre Reviews
‘Zany, off-the-wall and vastly original comedy’
The Review Chap
About 2 Mouthed Men
Formed at the University of Exeter in 2017, 2 Mouthed Men has spent the last three years travelling the country, bringing their musical chemistry from gig to gig, and earning a litany of 5 ★ reviews as they do so.
Committed to finding the fun in life, the pair have won audiences over with their infectious energy and outgoing charm, being described as “the best at what they do” (Binge Fringe) and “fun, fresh, and fantastically funky” (London Theatre Reviews).
The duo’s highlights include becoming finalists for the Musical Comedy Awards 2020, where they were lauded as “a double act for the modern age”, and critically acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe runs in 2018 and 2019.