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  • Muddy meets actor Zoe Lambert

    Zoe Lambert is making her RSC debut in The Winter’s Tale which never opened on stage due to Covid but has been adapted for TV on Sunday April 25, as part of BBC Lights Up.

  • Stratford Lit Fest: 16 brilliant Winter Weekend talks to stream

    During lockdown 2, SLF's Winter Weekend will now take place online between Nov 20 & 25 with Dame Hilary Mantel, the BBC's Andrew Marr and Charles Spencer, plus the V&A's curator of fashion Claire Wilcox and much more...

  • Interview with The Whip’s Katherine Pearce

    We caught up with the talented young northern actor who went from causing drama in Coronation Street to playing a gutsy former cotton mill worker in RSC play The Whip set amid the abolition of the slave trade in 1833.

  • Muddy meets: Shlomo, beatboxer

    He's worked with Ed Sheeran, Lily Allen, and Rudimental, and now record-breaking beatboxer Shlomo is raising money for the NHS in association with theatres like Warwick's Playbox. Tell us about it, Shlo!

  • 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.

  • Fancy a festive theatrical party for over-18s?

    Get your glad rags on and head over to Coventry Belgrade's B2 studio space for some nibbles, drinks, live music, gaming tables and immersive drama - where you may become part of the script.

  • Muddy meets… Forbes Masson

    Versatile Scots actor Forbes has gone from reading David Walliams' books to his kids to playing scary headmaster Mr Hawtrey in the RSC’s new musical adaptation of The Boy in the Dress.

  • Fight Club

    Love a good food fight? Well there's a huge one in the RSC's new autumn production King John. Just don't go in your best garb if you've booked a front row seat! Coventry-born actor Richard Pryal filled us in.

  • Q&A with writer and performer Francesca Millican-Slater

    Birmingham writer-performer Francesca Millican-Slater has been collecting the stories of visitors, past and present, to Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, the childhood home of William Shakespeare’s wife. You too can be part of the story.

  • Everyone’s talking about… The Guilty Feminist

    Love the podcast? Good news - its creator is coming to Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, this Friday (May 24). We grabbed super-talented comedian Deborah Francis-White for a chinwag.

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