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What people say about Manchester Musical Youth

We are proud of the work that our incredible cast and artistic team produce, and we pride ourselves on the very highest standards.
Have a read of what others have to say about us:

……the cast gave fantastic performances and they all looked totally at ease on stage.   Their obvious passion for theatre shone through the whole show and they looked as though they were having the time of their lives, I know the audience certainly was.

……The Manchester Musical Youth team, ………. are to be congratulated and should be extremely proud of themselves. They are clearly able to get the very best out of their performers because the talent was simply oozing out of the building tonight.

Entertainment Mcr Review of Manchester Musical Youth from Hot Mikado at Z-Arts, 2015

The most impressive aspect of this MMY production is, without a doubt, its impressive core of ensemble members, particularly their singing. The team present strong characterisations within the crowd scenes and their emotions and mood contributed to creating the precise ambiance which twists and turns throughout the production…….
…….This group of youngsters is bursting with an immense level of talent and is unquestionably shaping the stars of tomorrow!

NODA review of Manchester Musical Youth from Jekyll and Hyde at Z-Arts, 2015

Kimberly Holden was again at the helm of the music and what a splendid job, the orchestra sounded terrific and kept the flow and movement of the show in check. Kimberly has certainly proved she’s a grafter… to achieve the sound created by the youth ensemble, tackling the difficult choral music associated with this show is no mean feat! Congratulations.

NODA review of Kimberly Holden (Musical Director) from Phantom of the Opera at the Dancehouse, 2014

This was a solid production from start to finish, Director Dan Jarvis has staged a striking production… This is a unique theatrical experience made all the more impressive being performed by such young talent in a story that will make you laugh as well as cry and will give you something to discuss and remember after the show is long over.

NODA review of Dan Jarvis (Director) from Sweeney Todd at Z-arts, 2014