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Lydia Griffiths is a singer who was born and raised in Wrexham, North Wales. 

At the age of 16, she won ITV's ‘Big Big Talent Show’ hosted by Jonathan Ross. Later that year she was invited to perform for the Queen and Prince Phillip on ‘The Royal Command Performance’.
In the years following her early success, Lydia worked extensively all over the world appearing in musicals, concerts and cabaret shows. She has performed as a guest soloist with some of the world's top orchestras and bands, including:

  • The BBC Concert Orchestra

  • The Band of the Life Guards

  • The British Philharmonic

  • The Prince of Wales Swing Band

  • The City of London Philharmonic, and

  • The Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.

In 2008 Lydia made her television acting debut as ‘Sophie’ in the BBC2 sitcom ‘Empty’ along side Billy Boyd and Gregor Fisher. Other television appearances include:

  • The Mike Doyle Show

  • Comic Relief

  • Just up Your Street

  • Noson Lawen

  • Heno,  which led to the release of her first solo album in Welsh.

Lydia's West End and regional theatre credits include:

  • Cosette and Eponine (understudy) the London production of  Les Miserables

  • Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz

  • Carrie in Carousel

  • Clarice (understudy) in ‘Napoleon’

  • Cinderella in Cinderella

  • Malicia the Witch in Beauty and the Beast

  • Sally Bowles in Cabaret

  • Young intern in Pravda.

In May 2002 Lydia appeared as guest soloist at 'The Royal Albert Hall' in a tribute to the music of Sir Tim Rice and has returned many a year to pay homage to musical greats alongside Michael Ball, David Essex, Roger Moore, Cliff Richard and Glenn Close. 

Having returned from a world tour of ‘Abbamania’ where she played the lead role of ‘Agnetha’, Lydia was asked to join the 25th Birthday celebrations of ‘Les Miserables’ at the O2 arena in London as a featured soloist. The concert was filmed for DVD and was shown in cinemas all around the world.

Last year she was thrilled to join the cast of the long standing show 'Beyond the Barricade' in Hong Kong and Australia. 

Lydia now resides in Melbourne, Australia. For bookings, please contact through the form below. 

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