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  • Theatre Royal Windsor Panto 2019 starring panto dame Steven Blakeley and comedy sidekick Kevin Cruise

    The Muddy panto guide 2019

    It's panto season. Oh no it isn't! Oh yes it is! Oh no.... OK, enough! Here's 18 of the best in Berkshire and beyond. Greasepaint at the ready!

  • Inbetweeners star Joe Thomas as Vincent in Whats In A Name UK Tour

    Muddy review: What’s In A Name?

    Warning! You're entering the dinner party danger zone – and Inbetweeners stars Joe Thomas is the dish of the day. What's In A Name? is hilarious, heated and should come with health warning.

  • Ten Times Table Rehearsals Theatre Royal Windsor

    Review: Ten Times Table at Windsor

    The mad, bad and dangerous to know are sitting on a committee near you. Alan Ayckbourn's brilliant observational comedy reveals the politics of people sat round a table with brew and biccies.

  • Awesome Autumn culture planner

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

  • Review: The Exorcist, Windsor

    Forty-six years after it opened in cinemas and following its London stage debut, is The Exorcist must-watch, cult viewing? Read our verdict from the Theatre Royal Windsor's first night.

  • Review: The 39 Steps, Windsor

    Femme fatales will be clutching their pearls in this slim-line parody of the 1935 Hitchcock film, The 39 Steps. It's fast, funny and has a Downton Abbey film star.

  • Eddie Summer School of Burglary comedian in balaclava pnk dolls house

    Best of Reading Fringe

    No need to schlep to Edinburgh for a fabulous Fringe, we've got one right on our doorstep. Breathe in the cool culture, here's Muddy's pick of Reading Fringe Festival.

  • The Anastasia File Theatre Royal Windsor Jenny Seagrove actress kneels praying, actor in white coat stands and Romonov crest llumintaed on the wall

    Pass me a vodka, it’s tense.

    This ain't no sugar-coated Disney adaptation, The Anastasia File at the Theatre Royal Windsor, is so tense you could hear a pin drop (or a mobile phone ring).

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