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Theatre

  • Art gallery Parkway Newbury

    Will the local love last? The word on the street

    What does designer Wayne Hemingway, artist David Hockney, a gin palace and a Woolly Mammoth have in common? They're all luring us into one Berkshire town.

  • Paul Zerdin Fab Four

    Muddy meets celeb ventriloquist Paul Zerdin

    He won America's Got Talent and is finally back on tour. Muddy talks to ventriloquist Paul Zerdin about weird fan mail, dressing up as Maggie Thatcher and his beef with Barney the Dinosaur.

  • The Hound of the Baskervilles Watermill Theatre_900x525

    Best outdoor theatre in Berkshire

    It's time to venture outside and access some much-needed culture - hurrah! So, without further ado, we present the best outdoor theatre to book now.

  • Alice in Wonderland Bracknell

    A brilliantly bonkers Alice In Wonderland

    It's late, it's late… but better late than never! South Hill Park's, bright and bold Alice in Wonderland has finally opened. Disappear down a rabbit hole and get the Muddy verdict.

  • Juliet-and-Romeo-colour-Photographer_-SQ

    Theatre from the best seat in YOUR house

    Missing your theatre fix? Swap your pearls for PJs and stream the very best theatre live into your living room. Here's where to find cultural gold from theatres in Berkshire and beyond.

  • A Christmas Carol__Watermill_Pete Ashmore and Tilly-Mae Milbrook_Pamela Raith Photography

    Review: A Christmas Carol at The Watermill

    A socially distanced Scrooge at The Watermill Theatre in Berkshire brought to life by just two actors and a festive feast of creativity.

  • Corn Exchange Newbury Aladdin

    Festive local theatre to watch and stream

    Fancy a festive family show? Enter stage left, my roundup of the best virtual and in-person productions this month, all from brilliant local arts venues.

  • South Hill Park The tempest man caught in hanging ropes and two women talking one on her knees

    The Tempest is midwinter magic

    Nothing ropey about South Hill Park's new adaptation of Shakespeare The Tempest, apart from the brilliantly creative stage design. Read on for the verdict.

  • Cinderella, but will you have a ball?

    He's baaaaaaack! Justin Fletcher returns to Reading to star in Cinderella. But who needs a glass slipper when a pair of ballet shoes and a balloon bring the house down.

  • Aladdin South Hill Park Braccknell Widow Twankey dancing

    Review: Aladdin at South Hill Park

    Can an old lamp prevent a royal scandal? *Asking for a friend*. No dirty laundry aired here, Aladdin in Bracknell is bubblier than Widow Twankey's hot wash.

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