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  • Review: Sleeping Beauty at Rhodes Arts Complex

    For an all-singing, all-dancing twist on a fairytale favourite, with a stonking production team and a cast that really gives it some welly get your tickets now for this Christmas cracker of a panto.

  • The Snow Queen Hertford Theatre

    Review: The Snow Queen at Hertford Theatre

    It's panto but not as you know it... This 10th anniversary show is a sparkling specatacle of high energy performance and dazzling sets that won't disappoint.

  • The Muddy Panto Guide

    It's what you've all been waiting for. Oh no it isn't! Oh yes it is! Here are 22 of the perkiest pantos to book now in Herts, Beds and beyond.

  • Your unmissable 2019 culture planner

    Want to make the most of 2019? Muddy's culture vulture Kerry Potter has curated the best new TV, music, theatre, film, books and art of the year. Get yer diary out!

  • Review: Pinocchio at Hertford Theatre

    Panto season is go-go-go and we've been to the first biggie in Hertfordshire to test it out. Is Pinocchio worth the money? Oh yes it is!

  • The best Xmas shows in the West End

    Fancy a cultural jaunt into Larrrrndon? Oh yes you do! Celebs aplenty in our guide to the best West End classics, festive shows and pantos.

  • Much Ado About Nothing, Watford Palace Theatre

    Much Ado About Nothing in the 1940s, complete with sandbags, Gin and It, and an all-female cast.

  • Muddy meets… Horrible Histories!

    The family favourite tour reaches Wycombe on 6-7 Nov. Muddy spoke to co-director Neal Foster about what grisly goings-on are in store (clue: severed heads involved).

  • Muddy’s 23 best autumn culture picks

    It's all going on! Behold, your cheat-sheet to the season's best art, theatre, music and film, as curated by Muddy's deeply cultural Kerry Potter.

  • How He Does it: Dancer Max Westwell

    The most iconic modern role for a male dancer is the Swan in Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake - so what does it take to make it? Current Principal Max Westwell, who stars in the ballet next week at the Wycombe Swan, reveals all.

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