Peter Kay, the British comedian, has been featured on a ten foot wall painting of artists that have performed in London’s Royal Albert Halls. The artwork has been made by Sir Peter Blake. He is known for his artwork for the 1967 Beatles album Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Peter performed there in the year 2005 to serve the Teenage Cancer Trust.
The triptych, named Appearing at the Royal Albert Hall, was revealed on Tuesday at the venue. The artwork also features The Rolling Stones, Ronnie Barker, Tim Henman and Stephen Hawking.
Meanwhile, the Frog and Bucket is credited with the launch of the careers of top comedians including Peter Kay, John Bishop, Jason Manford, Dave Gorman, Chris Addison and Johnny Vegas. A comedy which started the careers of some of the leading stand-up comedians of United Kingdom is celebrating twenty years of laughter and fun.
It was the launch pad for other top female comedian like Caroline Aherne, who came to fame as Mrs Merton and after that broke television records with her popular sitcom named The Royle Family. Top female comedians Sarah Millican as well as television and film star Steve Coogan have both also done a whole lot of gigs at Frog too.
Television star Lee Mack made his first TV appearance with club owner Dave Perkins in a gig named Mancs V Yanks, where they depart for New York to search an up and coming American comic.