Comedy

POSTPONED – Lloyd Griffith: Baroque and Roll

Saturday 18 May 2024

Unfortunately this event has been postponed to the 17th of October 2024. From Lloyd: Hello everyone. Due to unforeseen circumstances I’m having to rearrange my tour to this Autumn. I haven’t made this decision lightly and I’ll be able to explain more in due course. All shows will be rescheduled, venues will be in touch directly and I really hope you will be able to make the new dates. I’ve really loved previewing the show up and down the country for the last 6 months and I can’t wait to get back out there asap. Again, hope you understand, and I love you all xx

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Bar opens 6:30 P.M.
Starts 7:30 P.M.
Advance £18.00
On the door £22.00

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Book online at any time, at the Lyme Regis Bookshop and Bridport Tourist Information Centre during normal opening hours, the Marine on Monday and Friday mornings 10 – 1, and over the phone on 01308 424901

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Unfortunately this event has been postponed to the 17th of October 2024. From Lloyd: Hello everyone. Due to unforeseen circumstances I’m having to rearrange my tour to this Autumn. I haven’t made this decision lightly and I’ll be able to explain more in due course. All shows will be rescheduled, venues will be in touch directly and I really hope you will be able to make the new dates. I’ve really loved previewing the show up and down the country for the last 6 months and I can’t wait to get back out there asap. Again, hope you understand, and I love you all xx

Fresh from supporting Jack Whitehall on his 2023 UK arena tour, comedian Lloyd Griffith is back with a brand new show ‘Baroque and Roll’. It’s a big year for Lloyd, he’s turning 40 and with it, the impending midlife crisis – or ‘renaissance’ as he’s insisting it’s called; complete with body hair removal, head hair additions, teeth whitening and obviously the obligatory half marathon sign up. It’ll be funny and yes, there’ll be the odd song or two from that magnificent voice of his.

‘Useful idiot’

– The Guardian

As seen on Ted Lasso, 8 Out Of 10 Cats, Soccer AM, Comedy Central at The Comedy Store, Jonathan Ross’ Comedy Club, Can You Beat The Bookies, Roast Battle, Question of Sport, Not Going Out, House of Games and loads of other stuff. Jack Whitehall’s Arena tour support. 

‘Lloyd bounces off the audience and has everyone laughing along with him. This is an hour of uplifting stand-up that’ll have you smiling for days. A warm, relatable and hilarious show’

The Sunday Post