PREVIEW- Amy Gledhill- The Woman Earlier than The Woman You Marry

Venue: Monkey Barrel Comed, (Carnivore 2) Time: 15.30 Dates: Aug 4-28 August (not 17)

Amy Gledhill might be making her solo Edinburgh Fringe debut with The Woman Earlier than The Woman You Marry. 

Amy is one half of “cult hit” (The Guardian) favourites and Edinburgh Comedy Awards Greatest Present nominated duo The Pleasant Sausage, who’re additionally returning to the Fringe.

It’s time for a double dose of Gledhill this yr as she prepares to storm the stage together with her one-woman present.

The Woman Earlier than The Woman You Marry is a good-time stand-up present about resilience and dancing –two of the very best issues.

Amy Gledhill credit Matt Crockett
Amy Gledhill. Photograph equipped with launch credit score Matt Crockett.

Count on tales of ballroom triumphs, New Yr’s Eve mishaps and (unintentionally) flashing royalty. 

You’ll quickly see why Amy is each man’s greatest (ex) girlfriend. Amy is a comic, actor and author from Hull who brims with pure heat and appeal. 

Amy’s comedy is unapologetically feelgood, making Amy Gledhill: The Woman Earlier than The Woman You Marry the final word antidote to a post-covid hangover.

Her genuine comedian voice received her the celebrated BBC Caroline Aherne Bursary 2019, resulting in the event of her personal sitcom. 

Just lately, she’s starred alongside Sophie Willan within the BAFTA-winning Alma’s Not Regular, has been a daily on ITV2’s The Emily Atack Present, has appeared on ITV’s The Stand Up Sketch Present and can quickly be making her Hypothetical (Dave) debut. 

Alongside her Pleasant Sausage cohort Chris Cantrill, she’s appeared on Late Evening Mash (Dave) and Richard Ayoade’s Query Workforce (Dave). 

As a stand-up, Amy has received a number of nationwide competitions together with her distinctive mix of confessional tales, clever observations and off-beat daftness.

The Pleasant Sausage are an Edinburgh Comedy Award nominated and Chortle Award successful sketch double act.

They made their TV debut on Harry Hill’s Clubnite (Channel 4) and have since popped up on Sky and Extra 4 as properly as creating on-line content material for BBC3 and Channel 4. 

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