Amy Gledhill and Chris Cantrill were nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Award in 2019 for the performance, and now a recording of the show - filmed at Cultplex in Manchester in 2021 - is available to watch online for free. It was shot and edited by Sam O'Leary.
In Ginster's Paradise, "Amy and Christopher-Louise are the Salmon Coats, holiday reps working the Summer Season at Ginster's; Yorkshire's most unforgettable holiday camp. Between the odd guests, the camp's enigmatic owner and its terrifying mascot it quickly becomes clear that all is not what it seems..."
The show's blurb explains: "Yorkshire's finest meat-themed double act is back, in an all-new sketch comedy nightmare. This time the perennial bad lads of Icklewick are at Ginster's Paradise, a holiday camp unlike any other. Surreal shenanigans, unsettling illustrations and a staycation adventure you'll never forget!"
Gledhill said of the release: "We're properly chuffed to finally be able to share this show with the world". A "clearly agitated" Cantrill added, "and you're trying to tell me an AI could make this? You need your bloody head looking at!"
They conclude: "Please send it to your auntie - she'll hate it!".