For the first time in Johannesburg, comic genius, Chris Forrest, and celebrity chef, Pete Goffe-Wood, scrumptiously blend comedy and cooking together into the ‘Top Gear’ of cooking shows. Don’t Burn Your Sausage is an ingenious live show that is deliciously funny and rather ‘whisk-qué and takes place from the 22nd to the 24th September at the Red Roman Shed at Emperors Palace.
The pair charmingly demonstrate how food and sex are delectably intertwined with this refreshingly hilarious new show. The show promises to be an absolute hit for both food- and comedy-lovers alike.
Forrest and Goffe-Wood prepare the ultimate seductive 3-course meal with a naughty line-up of ‘Foreplay’, ‘Intercourse’ and ‘Afterglow’ that will have you salivating salaciously and crying with laughter.
Following sold-out shows in Grahamstown, Cape Town and Windhoek, the duo have cleverly and successfully delivered this live food show to rave reviews from critics.
Chris Forrest has been on the SA comedy scene since the late nineties and Pete Goffe-Wood (best known as the Masterchef South Africa judge known to crack a joke or too), has been making great food for nearly 30 years. When the two of them met on the set of Celebrity Masterchef SA in 2015, they found that they had a couple of things in common – one of them being the same dry sense of humour and the other, a liking for mouth-watering, delicious food. After the series ended, they decided to combine their respective talents to bring you this culinary comedy show, the likes that have not been seen before in SA.
Tickets from R150 and are available through the new ticketing system, www.showtix.co.za (click the Tickets tab on their Facebook page to make the booking). Don’t Burn Your Sausage starts at 8PM at the Red Roman Shed at Emperors Palace (64 Jones Road, Kempton Park) for three-nights only (22 – 24 September). Ticket price does not include food.
The show is directed by Bevan Cullinan.
Don’t miss renowned comic and Celebrity Masterchef SA winner, Chris Forrest, work his special brand of South African humour alongside Pete Goffe-Wood’s unmatched cooking talent, candour and naughtiness. It’s great humour and great cooking rolled into one, this duo will win over your hearts and your stomachs.