BRITAIN’S Got Talent finalist Mark McMullan dons the coloured coat as one of the world’s most popular musicals returns to Bradford Alhambra.

Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat can be seen from February 4-8 with its portrayal of the Biblical story of the boy and his 11 brothers.

Mark, from Northern Ireland, floored the Britain’s Got Talent judges, bringing Simon Cowell and thousands of the show’s viewers to tears with his emotional rendition of Les Misérables’ Bring Him Home, which was dedicated to his brother Declan.

Declan suffered a cardiac arrest at the age of 19 resulting in long-term brain damage and now lives with the devastating effects of Locked-in Syndrome.

Prior to competing on Britain’s Got Talent, Mark had given up on his dream of being a singer in favour of becoming an architect, all to ensure that he could be around to support and care for his beloved brother.

When he finally auditioned for the show, Declan served as a source of inspiration for Mark who dedicated the song to him.

Mark’s performances earned him a place in the semi-finals of the show. In Joseph, Mark said he would aim to bring joy and comfort to his brother by pursuing what he loves.

Mike said: ““Being cast as Joseph in Bill Kenwright’s record-breaking production is absolutely amazing! I grew up performing musical theatre and it really helped me find my voice as a singer and gave me the drive to pursue my passion.

“Due to my brother’s illness, my hopes of making a career as a performer had to be put on hold - until my appearance on Britain’s Got Talent changed everything for me.”

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