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  • April books

    Muddy's pro-bookworm Kerry Potter picks this month's best books. Ignore your family and friends, and get stuck in!

  • Yes, Prime Minister

    'Yes, Prime Minister' opens the spring rep season at Leatherhead Theatre - and if you haven't already got tickets then book now. It's fabulously funny and incredibly entertaining.

  • The King lives on

    'This is Elvis' comes to Woking on Mon 30 April, recreating the story of The King's comeback in 1968. Award-winning Elvis Presley tribute artist and actor, Steve Michaels, gives us the inside story.

  • Reintroducing Rep Theatre

    Repertory Theatre returns to Leatherhead Theatre with 'Yes, Prime Minister', 'The Secret Garden' and 'Communicating Doors'.

  • Seeking new book inspo?

    Do yourself a favour and make it one of Muddy pro-bookworm's Kerry Potter's perfect picks. Clear space on your Kindle!

  • Are you a rebel girl?

    We adore this illustrated children's book about kick-ass women. Nab a copy and your daughter will love you forever.

  • Real-life reads

    Muddy's pro-bookworm Kerry Potter is all about real-life stories this month. Well, the truth is often stranger than fiction, after all.

  • Review: Curtains

    Intriguing and powerful, the Rose Theatre's production of Curtains still brings smiles and laughter – despite the dark subject matter.

    • Review: Awful Auntie

      David Walliams’ number one children’s best-seller comes to Woking - but how awful can one auntie be? Muddy snuck in to the hit tour to find out...

    • The best of burlesque

      A top London burlesque and cabaret show is coming to Surrey - and with a name like the Wam Bam Club, you'd be bonkers to miss it.

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