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  • Take a walk on the wild side: Fantasy Forest Fest

    Where do elves, knights, superheroes, Cosplayers, mermaids and more gather in July 2021? The Fantasy Forest Festival in Cheltenham of course. Want to know what it's all about (and win tickets)? Read on.

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    23 Family fun activities for half term

    Half term incoming! But how to keep the kids entertained and from climbing the walls you ask? Your bespoke Muddy Guide of course. Read on for the coolest stuff for them to do across Glos & Worcs.

  • City slickin’: what’s on in London this summer

    London's shaking off the lockdown cobwebs with a host of awesome events. Bag yourself the best tickets now with our guide to what's on in the capital.

  • What’s On May

    Going out is BACK baby! And so is our unmissable What's On guide. Head in right now to see what's on in Glos, Worcs and beyond from Bank Holiday garden parties to festivals, theatre and much more.

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    What’s On in Glos & Worcs in 2021

    Oh fun we MISSED you! ... Want to know what's on in 2021? Of course you do. It's time to up the fun factor as we come out of lockdown, and we've found 25 brilliant events that look set to go ahead.

  • Swipe left, swipe right … Earnest, is that you?

    Take two men, a no-show cast, and two hours to fill on stage and what do you have? Brace yourselves for a Victorian-styled Love Island as Oscar Wilde's famous comedy of errors is reimagined.

  • Book now! The 2020 cultural picks you must not miss

    There's a ridiculous amount of amazing art, books, film, TV, music and theatre landing this year. Muddy's culture vulture Kerry Potter picks out the best of the bunch.

  • REVIEW: The Boy in the Dress

    The RSC’s new musical has it all - David Walliams' magic storytelling, Robbie/Guy Chambers smash hits, and a story that chimes with a modern desire to celebrate difference in a kinder way.

  • Summer’s best outdoor theatre

    From Shakespeare to Austen to Dickens and beyond, there's an al-fresco production for everyone this season.

  • Review: Matilda the Musical

    Does the stage production, now on at the Bristol Hippodrome, make its mark after such an adored book and iconic film?

  • Captain Corelli’s Mandolin

    Melly Still and Rona Munro’s adaptation of Louis de Bernières classic novel is a triumph of theatre - turning a glorious mixture of drama, dance, movement and music into a satisfying whole.

  • Review: The Bodyguard

    Alexandra Burke certainly is Queen of the Night in The Bodyguard, now on at the Bristol Hippodrome

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