Paul is also the co-host of smash hit podcast What’s Upset You Now? with fellow comedian Seann Walsh.
Lloyd is a comedian, actor, presenter and classically trained singer. You may have seen him most recently in Ted Lasso (Apple TV), Nolly (ITVx), Everyone Else Burns (Channel 4), It’s A Sin (Channel 4), The People We Hate at the Wedding (Amazon Prime), House of Games (BBC 2), Not Going Out (BBC 1) & Jonathan Ross’ Comedy Club (ITV). Lloyd also fronted a documentary on BBC called ‘Can You Beat The Bookies?’ which received rave reviews. He was also co-host of Soccer AM on Sky Sports and was co-host of FLINCH on Netflix. Other TV credits include 8 Out Of 10 Cats (Channel 4), Comedy Central Live at The Comedy Store (Comedy Central), Pointless Celebrities (BBC 2), Undeniable (Comedy Central), Comedy Games Night (Comedy Central), Roast Battle (Comedy Central), Songs of Praise (BBC2) and many more.
He has supported Jack Whitehall on his UK arena tour and has previously supported Rob Beckett on his UK tour.
Naturally effusive and full of giddy joy, Birmingham’s Lindsey Santoro has emerged as one of the most original female voices to come out of the West Midlands, and is one of the best hidden gems on the comedy circuit.
Finalist of the 2021 British Comedian of the Year competition, as well as semi-finalist at the BBC New Comedy Awards, Funny Women Regional finalist, NextUp Biggest Prize in Comedy Winner 2023, and Leicester Comedy Festival Best Podcast Award Nominee for Biggest Idiot, Lindsey has become one of the country’s must book acts.
Credits include Channel 4’s The Joy of Missing Out, BBC Radio 4’s Elephant in the Room with Sarah Millican, and she is soon to be seen on Comedy Central Live. Lindsey has also been seen supporting Russell Kane and Joe Lycett on tour.
Paul is an extremely likeable act, who tells stories with vivid characters and involves the audience in the fun. A variety of personal stories intertwined through observations and punch lines, ensure that the laughs just keep coming.
“Likability and charm assure the audience they are in safe hands” Chortle