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Despite sounding like a new Ann Summers toy or a lunch time snack at Greggs, The Delightful Sausage are a sketch comedy double act comprising of two northern treasures Amy Gledhill and Chris Cantrill.
Amy and Chris met as finalists in the 2013 Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year Competition and found they shared love of the silly, strange and surreal.
Together, they formed The Delightful Sausage and tested the waters with experimental stand up, high energy sketches, strange illustrations and viral content, this unique mix made them a comedy cult hit and were pronounced the jewel in the crown of the North West alternative comedy circuit.
Their hard work paid off on an international platform, when in 2017, the duo took their first show Cold Hard Cache to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and received overwhelming praise and 5 stars reviews across the board.
The show will be winging its way down south, as they performing again at the Soho Theatre, London in February 2018.
Watch The Delightful Sausage’s Stand-Up Special
Watch your soon to be new favourite double act The Delightful Sausage aka Chris Cantrill and Amy Gledhill in ‘Cold Hard Cache’, as they set about to guide those in the community who need a helping hand with modern technology.
Take a tour through the darkest corners of the Internet with this unique and inventive show, packed with energetic sketches, unsettling illustrations and silly adventures.
See The Delightful Sausage Live
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Following the success of their show in Edinburgh, The Delightful Sausage are returning to London and Leicester click here to see tour dates.
Bradford born Chris and Amy from Hull met in the capital city in 2012 and became finalists at Leicester Square Comedian of the Year competition. It was in Manchester where to two ended up meeting again and the two become one sausage.
The pair joined forces in 2015 with The Delightful Sausage and thus began a staple of the alternative comedy circuit and a growing cult following.
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