Last night Manchester comedy club The Frog & Bucket held its 20th Annual ‘Beat the Frog’ World Series Final. Beat
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The Frog and Bucket’s annual amateur comedy competition was won by a Lithuanian national on Monday night as Evaldas Karosas claimed the World Series Final by fighting off eight other finalists from Salford to Taiwan.
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The Frog and Bucket has seen 13,500 comedians on Monday nights for its inimitable Beat the Frog, 4000 professionals, and a million customers walk through its doors since it opened in 1994. MM explores the Mancunian comedy club on its 25th birthday…
Anna Spark stole the show and won the Frog and Bucket’s Beat the Frog World Series on Monday night, and is now planning on taking her comedy up and down the UK.
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