Funhouse Comedy Club opens the New Year at the New Barrack Tavern, Sheffield on Sunday January 7th with a night full of laughter.
Headlining is the intrinsically funny Lloyd Griffith comedian, choirboy and an 'aspiring' goalkeeper who has supported Jack Whitehall and Rob Beckett on tour. He has also made numerous TV appearances including as regular host on Sky Sports' Soccer AM and on Comedy Central Live at The Comedy Store. As a choirboy in Grimsby, he sang on 'The National Lottery, with Dudley Moore who played the piano. Then later in life sang backing vocals on a Bee Gees album. A professional singer but always a natural jester he turned to stand-up and with his down-to-earth cynicism and lively attitude, he enthrals the crowd.
Also appearing is the personable and polished Graeme Rayner. Known as the class clown at school he fell in love with theatre, then in later years on someone else's suggestion turned to stand-up.
Completing the line-up are up and coming comedians Felix Carter, Saul Henry,
Alex Mitchell and Oli Clarke.
Compere for the night will be the clever and thought-provoking Anthony Williams.
Tickets are £7 in advance
New Barrack Tavern
601 Penistone Road
In advance: GBP 7.00
Artist: LLOYD GRIFFITH
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