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  • What’s on in July in Wiltshire

    It's properly summer, let's just hope someone's told the Wiltshire weather. We've got a top line-up of outdoor music, cinema, markets and festivals. What ya waiting for? Go!

  • Culture vulture: your July hitlist

    Missing the theatre and live venues? Until normal service resumes for the arts world, here's some inspiration for for July - podcasts, books, music and theatre.

  • Beautiful – The Carole King Musical

    Like a rainbow on a rainy day, Beautiful – now on at the Bristol Hippodrome – delights with the music of extraordinary songwriting talent Carole King.

  • Review: Romantics Anonymous

    This soft-centred confection about a pair of shy chocolate makers, at the Bristol Old Vic, brings some Gallic warmth to long winter nights

  • 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.

  • It’s panto time!

    It's what you've all been waiting for. Oh no it isn't! Oh yes it is! Oh no.... OK, enough! Here are the perkiest pantos in Wilts and beyond. You ready, Widow Twanky?

  • Review: Peter Pan Goes Wrong

    The guys behind the celebrated The Play That Goes Wrong are back with this disaster-filled seasonal comedy

  • Review: Reasons to Stay Alive

    A play about depression might not sound much fun, but there’s lots to enjoy in this theatrically inventive adaptation of the number one bestseller at Bristol Old Vic...

  • Review: Pride & Prejudice* (*sort of)

    There's not a bonnet in sight in this joyfully irreverent, all-female adaptation of the Jane Austen classic at the Bristol Old Vic

  • 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.

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