Comedian Lloyd Griffith is heading to Birmingham Town Hall on Saturday 25 February with his biggest tour to date: Lloyd Griffith is: One Tonne of Fun.
Since school Lloyd has always been a show off, doing anything he can to make people laugh, and 20-odd years later, nothing’s changed. There’ll be his unique bag of stand up, dubious impressions, and obviously a sprinkling of his (incredible) singing!
Tickets are only £23, so if it’s a night of LOL’s you are after that won’t break the bank, then trust us, this is the show for you!
If you need any more persuasion to get tickets or just want, get to know Llyod Griffith a little better, then read on…
- Lloyd has been on the comedy circuit for over 10 years, completing three sold out stand-up tours of the UK as well as supporting Jack Whitehall and Rob Beckett on their UK tours.
- Lloyd is a classically trained choral singer can often be heard performing with the choirs of Westminster Abbey, St George's Chapel – Windsor Castle and various other London groups. (We know right, who’d of thought it!)
- He is a football fanatic! You might recognise him from his days presenting on Sky Sports show Soccer AM on hit Netflix show Ted Lasso, or even down the pub watching his beloved Grimsby town.
- He is a frequent podcaster, both hosting his own show with Rhys James ‘Fit and Proper’ – where the boys invite a famous guest to take over a football club and rebuild it however, they like, from changing the kit and the mascot, to insisting all the players have a moustache for no reason! (You can listen to all the episodes of Fit and Proper here) As well as popping up as a guest on Private Partswith Jamie Laing and My Time Capsule with Michael Fenton Stevens.