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Festivals

  • Todd in the Hole Festival

    Todd in the Hole festival is back!

    Oh how we've missed cavorting in a field to live music. Well the wait is nearly over. Here's a hot local festival to add to your calendar right now...

  • See-through suits and Marvin Gaye: Leee John talks.

    The Imagination front man and 1980's all-round soul funk hero is here to answer our rather silly questions ahead of his performance at Chilfest this summer.

  • Muddy’s literary salon returns!

    Henley, we're coming for you! Henley Literary Festival on Saturday 6 Oct, to be precise. Keep it free and take a gander at our amazing line-up.

  • Meraki is back!

    Meraki festival is back, with All Saints, Pixie Lott and Nik Kershaw taking centre stage.

  • Folk by the Oak family ticket giveaway!

    Folk by the Oak is an uplifting and family-friendly one day festival and we've got one family ticket to give away!

  • Herts’ best summer festivals 2018

    Film, music, art, lavender and mud. Here's a round up of some of the best summer festivals in Herts.

  • The commuter guide to the London Design Festival

    London is fizzing this week with installations, pop-ups, talks and a whole raft of immersive experiences. Get in!

  • Are we all storytellers?

    I talk to Joanna Bowen, theatre director and founder of the Fireside Festival, about why she's bringing The Fabularium to a farm in Baldock.

  • Yomp, slurp and chomp through the glorious Chilterns

    At last! The Chilterns Food and Drink Festival! What took them so long? As with all the best ideas, you wonder why nobody had the idea before. It’s an area that has rich pickings, so much so that back in the day, the Chilterns were known as the larder of London. So, where to start? […]

  • Things you never knew about…Midge Ure

    We love an ’80s rockstar here at Muddy. They don’t take themselves too seriously, they enjoy reminiscing about their worst ever haircuts (and neckerchiefs) and they always have great yarns about that time they got hammered back in 1984. Midge Ure, Ultravox singer, Band Aid co-founder and genial Glaswegian, is no exception. He’s playing ace local festival Chilfest in Tring on 8 July so Kerry Potter at Muddy HQ gave him a buzz to talk music, mullets and more.

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