Hot Mikado

Hot Mikado

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Oxfordshire Youth Music Theatre presents Hot Mikado, the Olivier Award-nominated jazz and blues adaptation of Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic Mikado, complete with lindy hops, ukuleles and skateboards!

Nanki-Poo, the son of the Japanese Emperor, is masquerading as a musician, hoping to win the heart of the beautiful Yum-Yum. With an eclectic score of jazz, blues and big band music, mistaken identity and mishaps ensue in this lively musical comedy.

Come and see some of the county’s talented young performers as they present an unforgettable evening of toe-tapping entertainment. They are ably supported by a live band featuring instrumentalists from Oxfordshire County Music Service ensembles.

Duration: Approximately 2 hours 10 minutes with interval

  • Fri 28 Apr 8:00 PM £11.50 to £21
  • Sat 29 Apr 2:30 PM £11.50 to £21
  • Sat 29 Apr 7:30 PM £11.50 to £21

Book Tickets

  • Fri 28 April 8:00 PM
  • Sat 29 April 2:30 PM
  • Sat 29 April 7:30 PM

By W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan
Adapted by Bell and Bowman

This amateur production is presented by special arrangement with Josef Weinberger

Presented by Oxfordshire County Music Service & Oxfordshire Youth Music Theatre

  • It was slicker and more fun than a lot of professional theatre I’ve seen.
       
    Oxford Times on Oxford Youth Music Theatre

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