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Milton Keynes Theatre of Comedy

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About Milton Keynes Theatre of Comedy

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+. The group is run by a small steering committee with offices based in Olney, near Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.

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