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Kevin Coleman

Combining his anger and frustration with laser sharp wit, Kevin delivers scathing yet hilarious observations of all those people who make everyday life more difficult than it should be. His unique, brutally honest, yet ultimately compassionate and self-deprecating, material always leaves audiences wanting more.
 
Performing since 2008 after winning the BBC Funny Business competition, and reaching the semi-finals of So you Think You’re Funny in 2007, this Celtic curmudgeon has performed all over the UK.
 
In 2010 he has collaborated with award-winning performance poet Mab Jones in a joint show entitled 'Working-Class Zeroes!' which was taken to both the Leicester Comedy Festival and Edinburgh Fringe.
 
He has also written independently for both radio and theatre.
 
"Powerful stuff!" - Rhod Gilbert
 
"Both piss funny and actually making valid points without being even  remotely preachy. The sheer tastelesnness of some of the material is complimented well with an anti-bullying angle that threads it all together." -  Rob Gee
 
"Beautifully written!" -  Bethany Black
 
"Raw, passionate, and very funny! A gentle soul at heart, his comedy is fired by an underlying idealism - of how the world should be and how it really is." - Mab Jones
 
"Kevin doesn't mess about...not for the feint hearted." - Western Mail
 
GIGS: Mirth Control, Cosmic Comedy, Comedy Club Ltd, Jongleurs, Komedia, Glee, Wales Millenium Centre, etc.
 
AWARDS: BBC Funny Business WINNER
 
SHOWS: Working-Class Zeroes - Leicester Comedy Festival, Edinburgh Fringe 2010
 
RADIO: Sketch Show - co-writer, performer - Nation Radio 2009
 
THEATRE: Welsh National Opera's "Inc'ling Project 2009" - co-writer, actor, score-composer.
 
"Like a Cardiff version of Mike Leigh. Ultra-realistic to the point of being scary!" - Citrus Arts