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  • Self-isolating? 20 ways to keep entertained

    From a 'lamb cam' to watching 18 RSC productions for free we've gathered ideas from many of Warwickshire's top cultural attractions on how to entertain yourself and the kids during self-isolation.

  • Read THESE this month

    Reasons to be cheerful: spring has sprung and a brilliant new batch of March books has arrived. Gather around, and let Muddy's pro-bookworm Kerry Potter tell you a story.

  • REVIEW: A Monster Calls

    A fantastical fairytale for the digital age - this inventive new UK touring production of Patrick Ness’s award-winning YA tear-jerker lands a raw emotional punch.

  • Behind-the-scenes of… A Monster Calls

    After a successful run at London's Old Vic in 2018, Sally Cookson brings her Olivier Award-winning production to the Belgrade Theatre Coventry from March 3-7, as part of its first ever UK tour.

  • Muddy meets comedian…Shazia Mirza

    The Brummie-born comedian on why she's not scared to shake things up, her new tour Coconut and where all the real eyebrows have gone.

  • Warwickshire’s Secret Garden

    As signs of Spring start to battle their way through the storms, Muddy’s Rhiannon Kouyoumjian heads to the secret solace of Hill Close Gardens in Warwick…

  • Review: Holes

    An exhilarating new stage adaptation of Louis Sachar’s award-winning ‘90s YA hit novel Holes at Belgrade Theatre, Coventry, that will enthrall both kids and adults.

  • This Country is back for final series

    The Cotswolds is all creamy stone cottages, exquisite gastropubs and picture perfect villages, right? Erm...

  • Unmissable culture to book in 2020

    Here are some of the hottest tickets for Coventry and Warwickshire in 2020 - see you there!

  • REVIEW: The Whip, Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon

    Kimberley Sykes latest work at the RSC is a riveting collaboration with former BBC journalist and playwright Juliet Gilkes Romero about the hidden scandal of the £20 billion loan to compensate British slave-owners.

  • Christmas rapping

    Watch out John Lewis! IKEA's and M&S's Christmas adverts are bonkers and brilliant! Watch, laugh and tell us your favourite.

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