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  • REVIEW: The House on Cold Hill

    Scare yourself silly watching Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House? Well, you’ll love this new stage adaptation of Peter James’ spine-tingling ghostly thriller! Coventry University journalism student and horror fan, Cally Brooks, reviews it for Muddy…

  • REVIEW: Wilde Creatures, Warwick Arts Centre

    This inventive adaptation of Oscar Wilde's fairytales by Tall Stories is delightfully quirky Christmas family entertainment.

  • REVIEW: A Christmas Carol

    This joyous festive smash hit at the RST, Stratford-upon-Avon, gets a reboot and a new cast including Aden Gillett as Scrooge.

  • SEE THIS! Mimbre’s Fierce Sisters

    Five of Shakespeare's most feisty female characters including a transgender Rosalind, are brought to life in this provocative, and witty after-dark acrobatic promenade at the Bard's former family home.

  • REVIEW: Over The Top

    Nick Walker's highly amusing *pun*-packed alternative panto about suffragettes and First World War problems is a sure-fire hit! Catch it at Coventry's Belgrade Theatre in B2 until Sat Dec 29.

  • Review: Sleeping Beauty

    Don't touch the spinning wheel, Princess Belle! Oops too late. Read my review of Coventry Belgrade Theatre's festive show starring writer and director Iain Lauchlan in his 24th panto.

  • See this! Sphere, Shop Front Theatre, Coventry

    Sit back and enjoy the #AreWeWhereWeAre series finale as 7 new interlinked works unfold, commissioned by Coventry's award-winning Theatre Absolute.

  • The Habit of Art, Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

    Catch the excellent Matthew Kelly and David Yelland in Alan Bennett's play-within-a-play in Coventry this week - here reviewed by Muddy Sussex.

  • Othello, Warwick Arts Centre

    A relevant contemporary English Touring Theatre (ETT) production by a youthful cast that packs a powerful, poignant punch.

  • Review: The Comedy of Errors

    Local children take to the stage in the RSC's new First Encounters with Shakespeare production for 7 - 13-year-olds combining the floss, yoga and some frenetic family fun.

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