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…
The Bolton comedian announced he had decided to cancel his tour “due to unforeseen family circumstances.”
‘He walked in the door funny’: Salford students to follow graduate comic Peter Kay with MediaCity live showcase
Salford University students are hoping to follow in the footsteps of their comedy heroes with a live showcase tomorrow.
To those who have died here: Manchester’s Frog & Bucket unveils ‘memorial’ to failed comedians on 21st birthday
The venue recently celebrated being named the best comedy club in the North by Chortle comedy magazine, and their ‘Beat the Frog’ amateur nights are perhaps their most renowned feature.
Audience members who witnessed the collapse of Ted Robbins during last Saturday’s Phoenix Nights live show have been invited to a special matinee performance next Sunday.
Bolton-born comedian Peter Kay is set to bring his hit TV series Phoenix Nights to the stage next year, in aid of Comic Relief.
Heckle hassle: Justin Moorhouse embraces crowd gags for Chorlton gig but tells ‘drunk idiots’ to stay at home
Justin also featured in the Phoenix Nights spin-off, Max and Paddy’s Road to Nowhere and the Ken Loach film, Looking for Eric
Dale defender Ashley Eastham divulges Spotland secrets to MM
This week MM takes a look at the city’s top five Manchester comedians
Manchester talent rewrite history as Stone Roses, Ryan Giggs and Peter Kay muscle into Guinness World Records
Records tumble in football, music and comedy.
Toby Hadoke has been at the forefront of Manchester’s alternative comedy and has developed one of the standout nights for a stand-up comics