24 auditions are open!

"The 24" is wrapped in secrecy. Up until Friday the 28th of June, no-one knows what the show is going to be. No title, roles, songs, scripts or costumes are given away. The cast, crew and band then have only 24 hours to produce an entire musical production. It is an intense labour of love that never fails to astound the audience, and is not for the faint hearted. #noclues #massconfusion


Introducing Imperial College Musical Theatre Society (MTSoc), host of spectacular shows since 1956. Whether you're hungry for an opportunity to dazzle in the spotlight, jump into the pit as part of our incredible band or work behind the scenes with costume, make-up and tech, MTSoc invites you to join us and find your niche in one of the most exciting societies Imperial has to offer.


With an ever expanding number of shows, including the full scale Spring Show, 24 hour musicals and Showcases, alongside great socials, MTSoc is a great way to get involved in something different. Previous shows include In The Heights, RENT, Sweeney Todd, The Rocky Horror Show, Billy Elliot, and The Producers. Below you can find a description of all our annual shows.

Upcoming shows & events

Freshers Revue

The cabaret-style Revue show is MTSoc's first production of the year and is designed to welcome newcomers into the society and give everyone a taste of what the MTSoc is about. In addition to the show, which runs towards the end of autumn term, you can expect a variety of social events throughout the year including discounted West End trips, Rockaoke and MTSoc Sports Day. Click below to watch more.

Revue 2016 Revue 2017

Spring Show

The Spring Show is the BIG one. With competitive auditions opening just before the end of autumn term, the cast, crew and band rehearse through spring term in preparation for the society's greatest annual spectacle. Taking place in late Spring, this 'full scale' musical production is the highlight of the year for MTSoc, and for ICL's social calendar.

24 hour musical

"The 24" is wrapped in secrecy. Up until 7pm the night before the show opens, no-one knows what the show is going to be. No title, roles, songs, scripts or costumes are given away. The cast, crew and band then have only 24 hours to produce an entire musical production. It is an intense labour of love that never fails to astound the audience, and is not for the faint hearted. #noclues #massconfusion

October show

The October Show is a small-scale production hosted by members from the previous year to entertain incoming Freshers and give them a taste of what we can do. The show is part of a double bill where MTSoc collaborates with DramSoc (ICU's Drama Society), and is the perfect time for newcomers to get to know each other and the society's existing members.

Mid-term Cabarets

Our mid-term cabarets are the perfect excuse to get away from college and enjoy an evening of musical theatre sung by fabulous members of our society. Every term we leave Imperial (if only) to a nearby pub to celebrate the society's talents over a pint (or five).


In The Heights - Spring Show 2018


Step Into The Bad Side - Revue 2017


School of Rock! - 24 Musical 2017


RENT - Spring Show 2017

Wild wild party

Wild wild party - Revue 2016


13! - October Show 2016

Live in living colour

Live in living colour - Revue 2015

Sweeney Todd

Sweeney Todd - Spring Show 2016

Music video

Music Video - Summer 2015

From the ashes

From the ashes - October Show 2015

The Rocky Horror Show

The Rocky Horror Show - 24 Musical 2016

Revue 2014

Revue 2014

Billy Elliot

Billy Elliot - 24 Musical 2015



Nadya Mere

Nadya is a third year mathematician and a professional overcommitter. After miraculously surviving second year with a bit too much on her plate, she has finally decided to focus on only one thing this year: MTSoc. Oh, and also her degree. She’s extremely excited to see where the society will go this year!

George Booth
Vice president

In what can only be described as an act of divine intervention, George has finally reached his final year at Imperial and is delighted to spend it as Vice President! After a whirlwind time with MTSoc in various roles and committee positions, George is happy to sit back and assume the traditional role of ‘Cynical Fourth Year’, although he has a feeling that knowing this society there won’t be much sitting back.

Dan Foran

After three years of shunning responsibility, Daniel finally decided committee seemed like a great excuse not to do medicine; and 2+2=4 so treasurer seemed like the perfect role for him. As a medic and musical theatre double agent, you might catch Daniel dabbling over in the light opera society, but can you blame a boy for wanting to do the Imperial College full-time musical theatre degree?

Odette Donnachie

Odette is basically always on a boat, sorry. When she does visit the land she has been known to dabble in performance with the MTsoc and favours the angry-sad musical stylings of JHud. She is most looking forward to endlessly emailing the mailing list (so she can talk about her feelings) and has bold plans to increase use of comic sans and strikethrough.

Nadia Tore-Gjerdingen
Publicity Manager

Nadia/Nadya/Nadiya is a third year mechanical engineer that will forever regret turning away from a more artistic lifestyle, so she is delighted to serve as the official creator of pretty things. She hopes her pretty things will inspire the masses to watch, love, and enjoy musical theatre as she does.

Helen Ramsbottom
Social Secretary

Reasons Helen is the better social secretary: 1. She once spent 24 hours straight in heels with no sleep. 2. She successfully talked herself out of having to dissect a pigeon twice. 3. She has attended at least two socials at some point. 4. She's Welsh (ish).

Eri Aung
Social Secretary

Reasons Eri is the better Social Secretary: She’s already done the passed out and adorned with flowers thing so now she’ll happily pass it on. Be warned.

Lotte Weerts

Weertsmaster (noun (fem) - dutch) -
One with abilities in web dev, Artificial Intelligence and cycling in heels. Characterised by a tendency to procrastinate her PhD by indulging in MTSoc performances.


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