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  • Review: Fleabag

    The very rude BAFTA award-winning BBC comedy arrives at Warwick Arts Centre with Maddie Rice taking centre stage at the start of a UK tour.

  • Review: Romeo and Juliet

    Shakespeare's attack on the senselessness of knife-crime is just as relevant today in the RSC's fresh, new gender-fluid production - and one teenagers can relate to.

  • Review: Macbeth, RST, Stratford

    As two new versions of Macbeth go head-to-head, Muddy checks out Polly Findlay's slick, filmic and less gory one at the RSC.

  • The best of Barbara

    Following Hockney and Matisse exhibitions at Henley's rocking River & Rowing Museum comes this tribute to British sculptor Barbara Hepworth.

  • Review: The Kite Runner

    The play of Khaled Hosseini's best-selling novel is on tour, featuring brilliant on stage percussion. It comes to Birmingham Rep March 13 - 24.

  • Twelfth Night, RST

    An inventive fun-filled winter treat at the RST, Stratford with Ade Edmondson, Kara Tointon and a luminous performance by Dinita Gohil.

    • Awful Auntie – Live on Stage

      David Walliams’ number one children’s best-seller has its first stage outing – but will it meet fans’ expectations?

    • Choke, Shop Front Theatre

      An intense, energetic new piece by the Artistic Director of Coventry's award-winning Theatre Absolute.

      • The Play that Goes Wrong Gets It So Right

        Muddy Northants loved this touring production which has more missed 'cues' than an Alton Towers fast pass and hits the Midlands again this spring...

      • Gallery Hopping in London

        Muddy Out-&-About: Basquiat: Boom for Real, The Barbican, Rachel Whiteread, Tate Britain & North: Fashioning Identity, Somerset House reviewed.

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