Lloyd Griffith last tour was interrupted by you know whatand ended up lasting 8 years or so, hes BACK with a brand-new, fresh stand-up show for 2023. This is Lloyds biggest tour to date, and he is pumped/really needs you to come. Since school Lloyd has always been a show off, doing anything he can to make people laugh, and 20-odd years later, nothings changed. Therell be his unique bag of stand up, dubious impressions, and obviously a sprinkling of his (incredible) singing. Lloyd Griffith is: One Tonne of Fun.

Lloyd was recently one of the first national anthem singers to sing the new anthem at various football matches around the country.  As a boy, he always wanted to play for Grimsby town football club, instead he was able perform on the pitch before the Grimsby Town v Crewe Alexandra match, to a packed crowd.

Lloyd will soon be appearing in Nolly, an ITV Studios drama about the famous soap opera, Crossroads, playing the part of the Paul Henry – the actor who portrayed Benny in the series. Starring Helena Bonham Carter, the mini-series is written by Russell T Davies, directed by Peter Hoar (Its A Sin) and executive produced by Nicola Schindler.

Lloyd has appeared in: Ted Lasso, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Soccer AM, Flinch, Comedy Central at The Comedy Store, Jonathan RossComedy Club, Can You Beat The Bookies?, Roast Battle, Question of Sport, Not Going Out, Richard Osman’s House of Games, and loads of other stuff.  He was also Jack Whitehalls arena tour support. 



Sunday 22 Newcastle, The Stand

Tuesday 24 Northampton, Royal & Derngate

Wednesday 25 Aldershot, West End Centre

Thursday 26 York, The Crescent

Saturday 28 Lincoln, Drill Hall

Sunday 29 Swindon, Arts Centre

Tuesday 31 Cardiff, New Theatre


Wednesday 1 Hull, Truck Theatre

Thursday 2 Cambridge, Junction

Friday 3 Brighton, Hove Old Market

Saturday 4 Maidstone, The Hazlitt

Sunday 5 Camberley, Theatre

Tuesday 7 Norwich, Playhouse

Wednesday 8 Nottingham, Glee

Thursday 9 Reading, Just the Tonic

Saturday 11 Lyme Regis, Marine Theatre

Sunday 12 Bath, Komedia

Monday 13 Bristol, Hen & Chicken

Wednesday 15 Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms

Friday 17 Exeter, Northcott Theatre

Saturday 18 Weston-super-Mare, Tropicana

Sunday 19 Cheltenham, Everyman Theatre

Tuesday 21 Wellingborough, The Castle

Wednesday 22 Leeds, City Varieties

Thursday 23 Epsom, Playhouse

Friday 24 Worcester, Huntingdon Hall

Saturday 25 Birmingham, Town Hall

Sunday 26 Leicester, YMCA

Tuesday 28 Farnham, Maltings


Wednesday 1 Poole, Lighthouse

Thursday 2 London, Leicester Square Theatre

Saturday 4 Liverpool, Epstein Theatre

Sunday 5 Salford, The Lowry

Tuesday 7 Shrewsbury, Walker Theatre

Wednesday 8 Sheffield, The Leadmill

Thursday 9 Hexham, Queen’s Hall

Saturday 11 Aberdeen, The Lemon Tree

Sunday 12 Glasgow, Glee

Tuesday 14 Southend, Palace Theatre

Thursday 16 Grimsby, Dock’s Academy

Friday 17 Grimsby, Dock’s Academy

Saturday 18 Grimsby, Dock’s Academy

Tickets & further information: https://lloydgriffith.com/

On-sale: 10am Friday 14th October

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