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Art/Museums

  • Waddesdon’s unsung star revealed in new show

    Alice de Rothschild, the lesser-known sibling who owned the Bucks chateau, is having her moment in the spotlight thanks to new exhibition Alice's Wonderlands (about time too given it's the centenary of her death)

  • Culture’s calling! What to see in London in 2022

    Thrilling theatre, exhilarating art, fantastic festivals - these are the tickets you need to book now. Settle in for a capital city culture hitlist, and a jam-packed 2022.

  • 49 lovely light trails across the Muddy counties

    You glow, girl! At least, you will at one of these fabulously festive light trails to visit up and down the Muddy counties. Scarf on, boots strapped: let's admire some twinkling.

  • Your festive guide to the big smoke this Christmas

    Eat, drink, and be merry in the capital this festive season with our holly jolly hitlist. From glam pop-ups and glittering fairgrounds to cocktails and carols, here's the best of the best.

  • City slickin’: what’s on in London this autumn

    London's heading into the cooler months with a host of unmissable cultural highlights. Bag yourself the best tickets now with our guide to what's worth seeing in the big smoke.

  • The best of outdoor art in Bucks and Oxon 2021

    From Ai Wei Wei to street art and Henry Moore, we've rounded up the best temporary and permanent art you can enjoy en plein air (beret optional)

  • Hidden gems: things to do off the beaten track

    So, we all know about Bucks & Oxon's big attractions, but what about the quirky, off-centre delights that tourists pass by? Exactly. So here are some of the best, in all their singular, offbeat glory.

  • The artist loved by Obama and the Dalai Lama

    Keep your Turners at The Tate, your Emins at Whitechapel…we're cock-a-hoop to have the latest exhibition by eminent British artist, Nicola Green, right here in Oxfordshire.

  • Review – Nick Knight: Roses From My Garden

    Nick Knight's new exhibition at Waddesdon Manor is an absolute blooming triumph, says Muddy's Kerry Yates. Check out her review here, and go go go.

  • Aubrey Beardsley

    Culture queen! My August highlights

    A whole month of lolling in the sun (hopefully) requires a whole host of entertainment. Here are the culture picks I'll be soaking up this August, from must-see art to new albums

  • Grab yourself a mini masterpiece from £50

    If buying art leaves you with a blank expression to match your blank walls, then read on, laydee. Before you make an expensive mistake, we called in the experts for some top tips.

  • Nasser Azam Queen in NHS face mask

    Grab yourself a mini masterpiece from £50

    Virtual paddle at the ready. Here's your chance to buy small pieces of art by big names. Art On A Postcard 2020's gone online. Here's the artists to watch.

  • Staying in? The best of what’s on

    Virtual beauty masterclasses, hot new Netflix releases, high brow theatre (and low brow Love Island) - it's all going on online this week. Stream if you wanna go faster!

  • The staying in boredom buster

    It's a bit nippy for the sunlounger this week so head for the sofa instead - and get stuck into this week's best new at-home culture picks.

  • The power of print

    A riot of colour and pattern at the River & Rowing Museum's new William Morris exhibition. We likey!

  • Spellbound – the first review

    There's a brand new major exhibition in town and it's all about magic. Muddy hopped on a broomstick and headed down for an exclusive tour and it's a corker.

  • Pirates, Pants…

    ... and Wellyphants. A lovely interactive kids' exhibition featuring Nick Sharratt's iconic illustrations at Henley's River & Rowing Museum.

  • modern art Barbara Hepworth River and Rowing Museum statue round shape egg-like

    The best of Barbara

    The River & Rowing Museum in Henley is gaining quite the reputation for its small but perfectly formed exhibitions. Following Hockney and Matisse comes this bijou tribute to sculptor Barbara Hepworth. We likey.

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