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Welcome to Milton Keynes Theatre of Comedy

Coming up in 2017

Blackadder goes forth:18th to 23rd September, Stantonbury Theatre.

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Who we are and what we do…

On this site you can read more about the activities of Milton Keynes leading comedy MKTOC Blackadder II - Flashheart at the weddingtroupe, Milton Keynes Theatre of Comedy (MKTOC) – past, present and future…

MKTOC was formed in 2003. Our aim is to put on comedy productions, of the highest possible standard. In recent years we have specialised in producing stage adaptations of well known and popular TV comedies. We continue to work on several exciting projects to bring our audiences some of the best comedy ever written!

We do not have a fixed membership, and although we have many ‘regulars’, our casts for each show are selected by open auditions or invitation, depending on the production, and have ranged in size from one to forty+.

If you are putting on your own production or MKTOC - Vicar of Dibley 2 2013 Radio Dibleyevent, we offer a range of Hire and buy services. These include staging, costumes and theatrical equipment.

But we are not just about stage shows. We offer a range of mobile entertainment; the band, the Bolivian Sunshine Dogs and murder mystery entertainment in the form of Die Laughing.

If you would like to be kept up to date with our shows or fancy getting involved in one of our future productions (in any capacity, both on the stage and behind the scenes) then simply sign up for our free e-newsletter on the Follow Us page and receive advance notification of future events, auditions and activities.

What people have been saying about us…

“Have seen several of your productions and make a point of looking out for future productions. Amazing quality!”

“It was absolutely superb. The characterisations were just spot on and frankly we laughed and laughed. Brilliant!!!”

“We thought you captured the characters brilliantly. It was hilarious and left us crying with laughter.”

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