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  • Behind-the-Scenes of The Provoked Wife

    Rufus Hound and Les Dennis join Caroline Quentin, Alexandra Gilbreath and Jonathan Slinger in the RSC's upcoming revival of John Vanbrugh's Restoration comedy at the Swan, Stratford, from Thur May 2.

  • Coventry’s SHOOT Festival Guide

    Some of Coventry and Warwickshire's best-emerging musicians, dancers, poets, theatre-makers and visual artist will be showcasing their work at this four-day festival from Thur Apr 4 - Sun Apr 7.

  • REVIEW: Wise Children

    The buzz surrounding Emma Rice’s Angela Carter adaptation has been unreal. But does it live up to the hype? Muddy finds out at Coventry's Belgrade Theatre where the debut tour ends.

  • Diary of a Showgirl

    Muddy meets Melissa James, who stars as sultry showgirl Dora Chance, in Emma Rice's racy, "life-enhancing" adaptation of Angela Carter's Wise Children, ending its debut UK tour in Coventry.

  • It’s a Woman’s World

    Muddy has a sneaky behind-the-scenes look at some of the stunning costumes made in Stratford-upon-Avon for the RSC's new gender-switched revival, The Taming-of-The Shrew.

  • PREVIEW: Wise Children, April 2-6

    Flippin heck, how exciting is this! Former Shakespeare's Globe Artistic Director Emma Wise is not only bringing her joyous 5-star Angela Carter adaption to Coventry, but starring in it.

  • REVIEW: As You Like It

    A glam punk Touchstone, audience participation, Post It notes and puppetry feature in Kimberley Sykes’ lively take on Shakespeare’s pastoral comedy at the RST, Stratford-upon-Avon.

  • REVIEW: Billionaire Boy

    Will this madcap musical adaptation of David Walliams's best-selling children's book be flushed with success or just bog standard? Muddy rolls up at Coventry's Belgrade Theatre to check it out.

  • Girls on Top!

    Muddy meets the super-talented Warwickshire actor Amelia Donkor who's making her RSC debut as a gay shepherdess and a badly-behaved female suitor in two gender-swapping comedies.

  • 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!

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