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Milton Keynes AOS

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About Milton Keynes AOS

MKAOS has been presenting Milton Keynes and the surrounding area with live theatre since 1953.

Since then MKAOS has performed at least one main musical every year and, since 1976, a pantomime at Christmas time. We have also performed concerts and our own Youth Theatre have regularly taken to the stage since 1987.

We are always looking for fresh blood, so please do get in touch. As well as the on stage performing there is an army of people who help with backstage and organisational work, ranging from stage crew, props, lighting, marketing, sewing a button on or brewing the tea! We’re a happy bunch and it’s a terrific and absorbing pastime; once you’re here, you’ll wonder what you did before!

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