Musical Youth Company of Oxford
The Musical Youth Company of Oxford (MYCO) is a teenage musical theatre group based in Oxford, with members coming from all over Oxfordshire. We currently have around 50 members, aged between 12 and 18, from a wide range of social and ethnic backgrounds, and produce and perform shows and concerts in and around the Oxford area.
The company will next be performing at their autumn concert. This is essentially another chance to hear our very successful summer concert, but with a few changes due to our older ones leaving over the summer! Sing! A Window to the West End is being performed on Saturday 1st October at Marston United Reformed Church and Friday 7th October at Exeter Hall, Kidlington. Tickets are now available through our online box office.
Please explore our website to find out more about the company, previous shows and our plans for the future.
Alternatively, read what others have been saying about us.
What the press says ...
"The 47-strong company performs with most impressive zest and confidence ... Altogether, you’ll definitely leave the theatre with a smile on your face.”
Oxford Times, Guys and Dolls, 2014
“Surpassed all expectations and left everyone with a smile on their face … Throughout the cast there was not one single weak link – every performer was talented and professional, and the resulting performance was stunning – creative, amusing and perfectly paced. High notes, high kicks, very high standards. I can honestly say this is one of the best things I’ve seen in Oxford.”
Oxford Daily Info, Guys and Dolls 2014
“The Musical Youth Company of Oxford perform with style, poise and self-possession that defies their age.”
Theatreworld online magazine, Guys and Dolls, 2014
”Sensationally exciting dance. The chorus singing puts many a professional group to shame.”
Oxford Times, Oklahoma, 2013
“MYCO has some of the best young performers you are ever likely to encounter at their disposal”.
What’s On Stage, Oklahoma, 2013
What our audiences say ...
“We saw an excellent performance of Guys and Dolls by the astonishing Musical Youth Company of Oxford. These young people are incredibly talented and we were so lucky to be there. We sat next to a proud father of one of the performers, that was a plus.”
TripAdvisor, Guys and Dolls, 2014