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  • Review: Romeo and Juliet

    Testosterone-filled, muscular men in tights and the innocent lurve of star-crossed young lovers in the Nureyev ballet

  • REVIEW: THE RED SHOES

    A ballerina sacrifices everything for her art with tragic consequences (but a great night out for the rest of us)

  • Captain Flinn’s back at The Brewhouse!

    I take the Muddies to live theatre any chance I can. They're captivated by the magic of the lights, sets, costumes and 'real' performers and it fires their imagination in a way that's a joy to see *wipes tear from eye*. And here's the perfect show...

  • Muddy Must See: Tap Factory

    Tap Factory are coming to the West Country as part of their UK tour. It’s their second since 2014 proving that, at a time when everything seems to be making a comeback – from tea dances to vintage clothes and swing classes to trapeze acts – tap is enjoying a much-deserved resurgence of its own. […]

  • Muddy Must see: Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping beauty

    I saw Matthew Bourne’s groundbreaking all-male version of Swan Lake more than *cough* years ago (I cried all the way through it) and I’ve always loved his work. Since moving down to Somerset I haven’t seen any of his productions (I know, I know, I need to make more of an effort), so I literally […]

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