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  • Review: The Snow Queen

    Families looking for a sweet and simple Christmas production will love the retelling of this Hans Christian Anderson favourite by a fabulous cast of five at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford.

  • Christmas at Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

    Christmas is not cancelled and the show will go on. Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford is bringing a big dose of festive cheer to the stage with its production of The Snow Queen. Be quick though, tickets are selling fast.

  • Peachy Playhouse: A festival of socially-distanced fun

    If you thought all festivals were all off in these unusual times where social distancing is de rigueur, then think again! Surrey-based production company Peachy Productions presents a festival for these times.

  • Culture in quarantine

    Brain melting from Netflix overload already? Culture vultures, rejoice - here's the best of arts and theatre you can stream online.

  • Review: Blithe Spirit

    A classic comedy starring Jennifer Saunders always going to be popular and tickets are selling fast for Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit at Richmond Theatre.

  • Top culture picks 2020

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

  • Review: Peter Pan goes Wrong

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

  • Billionaire Boy Live on State

    Muddy meets David Walliams

    The stage version of David Walliam's Billionaire Boy comes to Richmond Theatre this month - we meet the man behind the book.

  • Review: The 39 Steps

    The 39 Steps brings the spies, the slapstick and the satire to Leatherhead theatre - but it ends Saturday so be quick.

  • A Taste of Honey

    Shelagh Delaney's taboo-breaking tale of working class life in the 1950s comes to Richmond Theatre in October as part of the National Theatre's nine-stop UK tour. We talk class, sexuality and wondrous women with leading lady Jodie Prenger.

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