'Expect to hear more from Griffith' (Evening Standard). Well here he is again with his second show, back to prove why he's Great Grimsby's most talented export. Expect jokes, singing, dancing and the usual flirting. As seen on BBC Three's Sweat the Small Stuff and BBC One's Songs of Praise. As heard on Radio 1's Comedy Live Lounge, Rob Beckett's Absolute Radio show (and also Rob's tour support), and BBC Radio 3's Choral Evensong. 'Griffith has clearly established his own style of comedy' (ThreeWeeks). 'Engaging and sexy, a lovely beardy face' (Sunday Times).
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Lloyd Griffith is from Grimsby, and he's bloody proud of it. Last year he was asked to switch on the Christmas Lights in Grimsby Town Centre. Naturally, he was over the moon. He was about to achieve a life-long dream, though elation soon turned to heartbreak as Lloyd was told he was actually eighth choice for the job. In this show Lloyd does everything he can to prove why he's Grimsby's most talented export (and much better than the other seven chumps on the list).
As well as being a comedian, and a bit of a good looking lad, Lloyd is also a classically trained choral singer. He can be found regularly singing in the choirs of Westminster Abbey and St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. Expect singing, dancing, flirting and facts about every Cathedral in England.
Lloyd's love of Grimsby Town FC goes beyond supporting them at the terraces. Just before Christmas 2014, his 'Grimsby Town FC Christmas message,' which was written and produced by Lloyd, as well as starring in it went viral and appeared in pretty much every news website.
Lloyd has appeared on shows such as BBC3's Sweat the Small Stuff, BBC2's Songs of Praise, and RTE's Hey Ho Let's Go. He has also performed on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge Comedy Club, BBC Radio 3's Choral Evensong, and Josh Widdicombe's XFM show. Lloyd is also a regular on Rob Beckett's Rock 'N' Roll Football on Absolute Radio. Alongside this, Lloyd provides the full UK tour support for Rob Beckett. He has also supported Daniel Sloss, Jack Whitehall and Sean Lock respectively.
In 2014 Lloyd made his solo Edinburgh debut at The Pleasance with Voice of an Angel, Body of a Trucker as well as leading the choir in Nick Helm's Two Night Stand in The Grand. Prior to this Lloyd performed in Edinburgh as part of the prestigious AAA Stand-Up showcase in 2012 and then the Big Value Comedy Showcase in 2013 as well as appearing in Charlie Baker's Baker's Dozen.
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