MITCH BENN is not only one of the most sought-after acts on the comedy circuit but is widely acknowledged as one of the best writer/performers of comic songs in the country.
A regular writer and performer on "The Now Show" for BBC Radio 4 and "It's Been a Bad Week" for BBC Radio 2, plus three series of his successful Radio 4 show, "Mitch Benn's Crimes Against Music" have been broadcast so far.
He also presents "The Mitch Benn Music Show" on BBC Radio 7. On TV, Mitch appears regularly on BBC1's "The One Show" as the writer and arranger of "The Complaints Choir”. On the comedy circuit, Benn has spent the last few years quietly composing some of the best rib-ticklers you’ll ever hear and, when he takes the stage and strums the opening chords of I Might Just Have To Murder James Blunt, comedy club goers experience something they will almost certainly never hear again on a comedy night — a full-on sing-a-long. Benn is much like a musician playing a show: he will play a song, tell a couple of jokes and then move on to the next track.
MITCH BENN is a seriously talented musician. He is also a clever, focused and prolific comic. (The Scotsman)