• Cornwall’s Outdoor Theatres

    As Cornwall’s outdoor theatre season kicks off, here are 7 places to enjoy a little drama, dance, music or comedy under the sky and beside the sea.

  • Muddy Reviews: Sexy Cinderella Story – Nell Gwynn

    We often get things a bit late down here in Cornwall but one of the benefits is that another Muddy Editor is almost certain to have seen the hot new play before it reaches us. Case in point, heart-warming, bawdy comedy Nell Gwynn – already reviewed by Muddy Sussex (or Debbie as we like to call her), so that I can share with you nice and early and decide whether I fancy it myself. She writes…

  • Two Outdoor Theatre Events You Won’t Want to Miss

    Pioneering Cornish companies Rogue Theatre and WildWorks deliver drama, myth and magic in the great outdoors. Find out about their upcoming productions and get yourself some tickets booked quick, because they won’t hang around.

  • A Proper Cornish Panto

    Hall for Cornwall’s hilarious, homegrown Christmas show, starring Kernow King and Granville Saxon, is a feel-good adventure for all the family. But if you don’t live in Cornwall, some of the gags might be lost on you. From the moment our unlikely hero Kenwyne snuggles down for bed under the Cornish flag with a giant pasty, […]

  • Muddy Review: Pride & Prejudice

    Who doesn’t love the story of Miss Elizabeth Bennet and Mr Darcy? It’s a story that’s had a long life and numerous interpretations since Jane Austen’s novel was first published in 1813, both on screen and on stage. This Thursday, Regent’s Park Theatre bring their own production to Hall for Cornwall in Truro. Since I’m double […]

  • You must see: The Wizard of Oz, Sterts Theatre

    I took heed of my own advice on Saturday night and went to see The Wizard of Oz: one of four in-house productions currently enjoying a summer run at Sterts Theatre on the edge of Bodmin Moor. Let me tell you – this show warrants an early flagwave, not least because they’ll sell out fast. I’m a big fan of Sterts. […]

    • Muddy review: Bill Bailey’s Limboland comes to Cornwall

      My pre-fame-fame-to-claim in a six degrees of Kevin Bacon kinda way is that 100 years ago, (1989/90) The Rubber Bishops had a comedy slot at my dad’s wine bar in Oxfordshire. You might well be asking eh? at this point. Well along with Martin Stubbs, Bill Bailey was the creative brains behind the comedy-musical double act performing hilarious […]

    • What’s on guide Half term week

      Pass me the tramadol! We’ve got the family coming to stay over half term. Thank all that is good and holy then for the Muddy Cornwall half-term survival guide: your one-stop shop for activities, culture, and everything in between. For those who don’t have children (don’t gloat), or whose kids are old enough to amuse themselves, there’s stuff […]

      • What’s on guide Thurs 19 – Weds 25 May

        Half Day Guided Coast Walk, Bedruthan Hotel, Mawgan Porth Thurs 19 May Its nice to go on a walk that doesn’t end in peril or argument non? Explore the coastal path with a local expert and discover wildlife you wouldn’t see with noisy kids (just mine that scare everything away? oh..) Meet at 12pm in […]

      • What’s on guide 12 – 18 May

        Chat and Eat at the Waymarker, Constantine Thurs 12 May Chat and eat nights, run by Taor at Potluck Cornwall are what they say on the tin – have a chat, and eat. Hands up if you’re qualified? Yes me too. Each session is hosted somewhere different and has a guest speaker – and this […]

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