Panel Shows


Hello there,

I’m now in Wellington and in the past few days the city has experienced both flooding and a mini earthquake. I guess God hates hipsters.

Some panel show news.

I’m a guest on the TV show “Best Bits” recording on Tuesday 19th May. So if you’re in New Zealand, you can see that. Or maybe it’ll be on YouTube at some point.

On the 21st May at 6.30pm on Radio 4 I’m a guest on Holly Walsh’s Best Behaviour. It was a lot of fun to record. It’s Holly, myself, Richard Herring and Helen Zaltzman.

Lastly, Rhod Gilbert is doing some live panel show mash up things. Taking different rounds from different British panel shows. It sounds like a fucking shambles but it’s all for charity and there are great people involved so I think it’ll be a really fun shambles. The lineups are yet to be announced but I don’t give a shit about all that nonsense so I can tell you I’m doing the one on July 2nd. I’m pretty certain Jon Richardson is doing that one too. And tons of other cool people as well. Looking back at the e-mail, also on is Roisin Conaty, Elis James, John Robins, Nick Helm and Angela Barnes. But it’s a secret. Don’t tell anyone. I mean, these lineups are always subject to change but even with a couple of substitutes that’s a pretty fun bunch of people isn’t it? Maybe I’ll see you there.








Auckland & HBD


Hello there,

I’m having fun in Auckland. The gigs are good fun and I’m staying opposite Real Groovy, one of the best music shops I’ve ever been to.

I’ve also got a quote for my next tour:

“Lloyd Langford is from Wales but lives in an incredible and sometimes frightening world of sexual experimentation.” Metro New Zealand

Just a quick message that the second series of Here Be Dragons starts on Radio Wales this Saturday May 9th. I also believe that the first three episodes will be up on iplayer. And if the Conservatives remain in power, you’ll need something to cheer you up.



Norway/New Zealand/Australia

Aye up,

I’m not doing a solo show at the Edinburgh Fringe this year, my first year off from doing anything there since 2007. And even that year I came up, did a few gigs and listlessly hung about like a sort of bipedal Greyfriar’s Bobby.

That said, I am excited to be gigging in Norway, appearing at the New Zealand Comedy Festival and also as part of the Melbourne Comedy Festival Roadshow. It means I’ll be away for a couple of months from mid April. Can one of you mow my lawn?

New Zealand solo show info here

Australia Roadshow info here

Before then, I’m co-hosting Rhod Gilbert’s BBC Wales radio show on 11th April, doing what looks to be a really fun gig in Folkestone on 12th April and I’ve got a few other bits and bobs in. But not much. I’ve just done a national tour and fancy a few weeks just sitting around in my pants.





Hello there,

Hope you’re well.

A few bits of news from me.

My tour starts end of January, I’m pretty excited, the dates can be found on the front of this site.

I’m recording a second series of Here Be Dragons (a BBC Radio Wales sketch show) on January 21st, 28th and February 4th at Up The Creek in Greenwich. More information can be found here and you can get tickets here, if you click on current shows, find “Here Be Dragons” and fill out the form. It stars the cream of Welsh comedy talent including the bloke from the Go Compare adverts, Naughty Norman from Fireman Sam and Shirley Bassey.

I’m recording two episodes of The Unbelievable Truth on February 11th at the Shaw Theatre in Euston. I’m not sure how you get tickets for that, as nothing’s coming up on the BBC site at the moment.





Buzzcocks Christmas Special

Hello there,

I’m a guest on the Buzzcocks Christmas special. It goes out on December 22nd.

Though the only photo I have of the recording features Aled Jones, Roy Wood and Yoko Ono. It was taken by Phill Jupitus.





2015 Tour/Here Be Dragons Series 2


Hello there,

I’m doing a new tour in 2015. There are some pre-tour warm up dates not listed here but these are the main tour dates. The links to the individual web pages are on the front page of this site:

January 29th 2015: Reading South Street Arts Centre

February 1st 2015: Salford The Lowry

February 5th 2015: Leicester Crumblin’ Cookie

February 12th 2015: Milford Haven The Torch

February 13th 2015: Pontardawe Arts Centre

February 18th 2015: Bristol The Lantern

February 19th 2015: Swindon Arts Centre

February 20th 2015: Brighton Komedia

February 21st 2015: Windsor Fire station

February 25th 2015: Bromsgrove Artrix

February 26th 2015: Harrogate Theatre

February 27th 2015: Coventry Warwick Arts Centre

February 28th 2015: Guildford G Live

March 1st 2015: Cardiff Glee Club

March 4th 2015: Monmouth Savoy Theatre

March 5th 2015: Swansea Grand Theatre

March 6th 2015: Oxford Old Fire Station

March 7th 2015: Llanelli Y Ffwrnes

March 11th 2015: Wrexham William Ashton Hall

March 12th 2015: Aberystwyth Arts Centre

March 13th 2015: Telford The Place

March 14th 2015: Wolverhampton The Slade Rooms

March 15th 2015: Glasgow The Stand

March 18th 2015: Blackwood Miner’s Institute

March 19th 2015: Porthcawl The Grand Pavilion

March 20th 2015: Aberdare Coliseum


Also we’re recording a second series of Here Be Dragons (Radio Wales sketch show) early 2015.

The record dates are January 21st, January 28th and February 4th. The show is recorded at Up The Creek Comedy club in Greenwich, London.

Tickets are free, I don’t have a link for them yet, but I’ll put one up when I have it.





Unbelievable Truth/NMTB

Hello there,

Post Edinburgh fringe, and I’m a bit exhausted.

A few things coming up:

I’m a guest on The Unbelievable Truth, recording in London on September 24th. It’s always a lot of fun so I’m looking forward to that.

I’m also writing for Rhod Gilbert on the next series of Never Mind The Buzzcocks, which means I’ll be gigging a bit less this Autumn/Winter.




Quite Interesting



I recorded an episode of Q.I this week which was a lot of fun.

Alan Davies made a brilliant joke about ants that was a particular highlight.

It goes out in the Autumn, I think.






I hope you’re well.

I’ve written a sitcom pilot for Radio 4 that’s being recorded at the Radio Theatre on June 8th. I’m equally nervous and excited.

It features me and Jon Richardson as two unemployed blokes, desperately trying to find  jobs, love and adequate pest control in London.

There are some brilliant other people in it too: Sinead Keenan, Tony Law, Martin Trenaman and Nina Wadia.

Here’s a link to the BBC audience tickets page.

It’s free.




Edinburgh Fringe 2014

Hello there,

I’m doing a new stand up show at the 2014 Edinburgh fringe festival.

It’s called Old Fashioned, and it’s about being totally confused by the modern world.

You can buy tickets here

Here’s the poster. Thanks to Lewis at Tangerine, Andy Hollingworth and Grant Wood.