Milton Keynes Theatre - A Tribute to Both Architecture and Theatre
Situated in one of the UK's most dynamic cities, Milton Keynes Theatre is a key venue in the Milton Keynes arts scene. The result of a 25-year campaign to build a new theatre in the city, MK Theatre opened in 1999 and is an imaginative work of architecture. In addition to playing host to a number of impressive West End productions, pantomimes and ballets, the MK Theatre also has a central role in its local community, offering an extensive Creative Learning programme to encourage others to take to the stage.
Live Performances at Milton Keynes Theatre - For an Innovative Theatre-Going Experience
Milton Keynes Theatre is part of a new breed of theatre with a carefully thought out structure that enhances the viewing experience of the audience. The building features an alterable ceiling that can be lowered or raised depending upon the size of the performance, allowing theatregoers to benefit from tailored acoustics. The seating within the auditorium can also be adapted to offer a capacity between 900 to 1,400, varying the atmosphere of the theatre. Small considerations like this mean that the MK Theatre can offer a more intimate experience for its audience, depending upon the type of production being staged.
Run by the UK's largest owner and operator of theatres, Ambassador Theatre Group, the Milton Keynes Theatre hosts a number of exciting productions throughout the year. The stage of MK Theatre has seen both modern and classic productions alike including The Phantom of the Opera and Legally Blonde The Musical. However, Milton Keynes Theatre also brings in audiences for ballets, operas, comedians and more over the course of the year.
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Venue Information and Milton Keynes Theatre Seating Plan