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  • Review: Etch, Hove

    Muddy heads to Hove, Brighton to try Masterchef winner Steven Edwards’ famous Etch tasting menu. But can we manage all 9 sumptuous courses?

  • Muddy stays: the Cowdray Estate, Midhurst

    Chances are if you're planning a trip over the next months you're back to thinking - UK, self-catering, countryside. And as it happens, I've just reviewed the perfect cottage for you!

  • Muddy reviews: The Star Inn, Alfriston

    A triple treat of sleepy rural peace, local culture creds and stylish Tudor charm, The Star Inn in Alfriston, East Sussex opened to acclaim. Only thing is, does it pass the Muddy test?

  • Review: Tom’s Midnight Garden

    Looking for a special and screen-free summer afternoon the kids will love? Take 'em to this charming and emotive midsummer ballet based on a children's classic.

  • Roots review

    Weird and whimsical animation meets live action in this collection of international folk tales

  • Immersive woodland folk music

    Catch this folk gig with a difference both about and set in woodland

  • Chichester’s bold new Macbeth

    A glass stage, running witches and a fresh take on the lead roles - the exciting new CFT production of Macbeth has plenty of innovations

  • September’s best new reads

    Curl up into a comfy chair, pour a glass of wine, and dive into a new fab book with this month's hottest new reads from Muddy's pro bookworm Kerry Potter

  • The Red Lion play review

    A three-hander set at a football club about loss and rivalry with plenty of humour thrown in and some knowing references to behind-the-scenes skullduggery

  • Edinburgh Fringe recommendations, Edinburgh Fringe recommendations 2019, Edinburgh Fringe must-sees, Edinburgh Fringe reviews

    Edinburgh Fringe: Muddy’s must-sees

    There are over 3,500 shows on at the Fringe. Need some help whittling them down? Here are Muddy's faves for 2019 featuring, drama, comedy, art and cabaret.

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