Have a laugh this Easter weekend at the Frog and Bucket and they'll give you 25% off all shows and meal packages! Simply enter the code 'Easter' at the checkout for any of the shows below...
Thursday 13th April - Thursday Night Live
The Frog and Bucket presents ‘Thursday Night Live’. The best value comedy night in the country. 5 comedians from the national and international comedy circuit. 1 top compere + 1 top opener + 2 of the country’s best new acts + 1 of the best headliners around, all for £10 – you do the math! Whether you're a couple or a group, Thursday Night Live is a great way to start the weekend!
Doors open at 7pm with last entry into the venue at 8pm. The show will start at 8.30pm and finish at approximately 11pm.
Join MC Jo Jo Sutherland - “A performer the audience could have watched all night” The Herald
Opening material from
Andy Askins - As seen on The John Bishop Show
Luke Graves - “Very funny” - Fringe Guru
Callum Oakley - As seen on Britains Got Talent
Danny McLoughlin - as seen on Dave's One Night Stand
Good Friday 14th and Saturday 15th - Barrel of Laughs
This is the Frog's flagship show which takes place every Friday and Saturday night. Bringing you 3 top-flight national and international acts plus one of the Frog's fantastic comperes. Their cabaret style club gives you the best possible atmosphere for comedy and is the perfect choice for your night out whether a couple or a party group, with reserved tables, delicious food and after-party until late.
Doors will open at 7pm, so you will have plenty of time to have a drink before the show starts at around 8.30pm. The show will end at approximately 11pm.
MC Jo Jo Sutherland - As heard on Comedy Zone (BBC Radio)
Opening material from
Andy Askins - As seen on The World Stands up (Comedy Central)
James Meehan - Chortle new act winner
Daliso Chaponda - “A stand up comedian with raw Eddie Murphy confidence,
cheek and super-polished style.” Nerve, Liverpool
Easter Sunday (16th) - Improv from The Discount Comedy Checkout troupe
100% Raw and unscripted improvisation is on the menu as weird and wonderful suggestions are taken from the audience. So if you've ever wanted to see a giant jelly man attack New York City or a musical romance blossom between a kitchen sink and a fridge then come along, suggest it and The Discount Comedy Checkout will deliver it for you!
5 Stars. The comedy is creative and crude, quick and quirky, the performers commit completely to the games and create funny and fantastic characters at a moment's notice. " - Remotegoat
This is perfect for anyone who enjoyed Who's Line is it Anyway? or enjoys sketch shows but would love to put their own twist on things!
Easter Monday 17th - Beat The Frog compered by David Longley
Beat The Frog: Chortle’s Best Northern Club Night. The Frog’s open mic night has helped launch: Peter Kay, Johnny Vegas, John Bishop, Jason Manford, Sarah Millican and the list goes on. At the start of the competition 3 cards are handed out to lucky members of the audience. Up to 10 acts then take to the stage and each try to do 5 minutes of material. If within the 5 minutes all 3 cards go up then the act has lost and must leave the stage. If the 3 cards stay down, that act has successfully ‘Beat The Frog’. They are then invited back to the stage for a clap off at the end of the night which will determine the overall winner. This is the most unpredictable comedy night in the north. The show where YOU are in control and you never know which future stars you