This work in progress show is the very start of an idea I have about doing a kind of play. But with routines with in it. So there will be props and music. Don't worry. I'm 88% sure I haven't disappeared up my own arse. There will be a story. All set in a bedsit. A story about a man (me) playing a man (Herbert) who is worried about an audition (Job interviews for dickheads). So that's the big idea. I've no idea how it will pan out. So make sure there's nothing else on at the same time you fancy seeing. Lots of love Spencer xxx
As seen on Live At The Apollo (BBC Two), Sky’s Spencer Jones’ Christmas, BBC Three’s Uncle, and BBC One’s Upstart Crow.
“There are officially 1,170 comedy shows in this year’s Fringe, and countless more not in the programme. But there is only one like Spencer Jones’s” - ✭✭✭✭1/2 (4.5 stars) - Chortle
“No other Fringe show will put a bigger smile on your face” - ✭✭✭✭ - Evening Standard
“Eggy Bagel is an hour of joyful, inoffensive silliness which could tickle the coldest of hearts” - ✭✭✭✭ - The Skinny
“Only those with the stoniest of hearts could fail to fall for The Herbert” - ✭✭✭✭ - The List
inundated: VERB [with object]
1) To overwhelm (someone) with things or people to be dealt with
E.g. ‘Online dating is inundated with vacuous superficial people looking for meaningless interactions based on a photo where you have to look hot, with no substance’
E.g. 'A man crying his eyes out'
Fresh from supporting Jack Whitehall and Rob Beckett on tour, Lloyd embarks on his first nationwide tour in:Undated. A show about overcoming the overwhelming.
Star of BBC’s Taxi To Training, Drunk History (Comedy Central), SoccerAM (Sky Sports 1), The Premier League Show (BBC 2), and Football Republic’s Every Premier League Football Fan in 90 seconds.
“It’s clear from outset the Lloyd Griffith has star quality. His stories are told with a certain brand of self-deprecating confidence that mean you can’t help but laugh out loud along with him. Intensely likeable, Griffith has a twinkle in his eye and the best baritone I’ve ever heard” - Three Weeks
“Inherently funny... very neat lines in his comic repertoire” - Chortle
“Griffith in particular was absolutely outstanding” - Broadway Baby
Tickets for this show are £10 each. Doors open at 7:30pm with the show starting at 8pm.
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Tickets for this show can also be bought in person from The Forum in Borough Road.