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The Adventures of Leonard Biscuit

comes to the Glasgow Comedy Festival

21st March 2019

Flying Duck, Glasgow

Three episodes of a hilarious farcical radio show about Leonard Biscuit who is the most put upon man in the land.

It is a traditional comedy full of clever, witty dialogue and outrageous characters.

This new comedy written by local man William Samson has been described as 'the best night out in years' by many of the people who attended the first performance in April 2018.

Mark currently stars in Glasgow punk band

Decibel Freaks' new pop video

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From the album 'Zitternd' by Decibel Freaks,released 1st February 2019. © Wall Of G RecordsFind out more: https://decibelfreaks.bandcamp.comDirected by Stephen BrackenridgeShot at Empire Studios...

Mark stars as Tory, an MP opening a foodbank in this video for Glasgow hard core punk/ jazz fusion outfit

Decibel Freaks' new single


Made in Dagenham

at Eastwood Park Theatre 10-14 April, 2018

Inspired by a true story and based on the hit movie, Made in Dagenham is the uplifting new British musical comedy about friendship, love and the importance of fighting for what is right. Funny, touching and timeless, Made in Dagenham shows how ordinary people can do extraordinary things when they stand together. Mark Coleman makes his debut in musical theatre, playing union shop steward Monty

Also, currently appearing at film festivals in The Robber Girls (written and directed by Robert Howat).

Syphilitic roué

Lord Rodney Rothdon in The Robber Girls

Mark also recently completed work on 3 short films.

Crazy Cat Lady

directed by Colin Healy

Mark Coleman...Stephen

Natalie Clark... Woman

Linda Duncan McLaughlan...Wife

Oaktree Productions

directed by Paul Darroch

An exciting eco-political drama spanning over a decade.

Mark Coleman is Tory councillor 'Findlay Patterson'

Mark's reading of ee cummings' i carry your heart with me for Radio Theatre Group has already had 113,000 listeners.