A round up of virtual events and experiences to help keep you entertained and positive over the coming days and weeks.
Strawberry Hill Flower Festival
The Strawberry Hill Flower Festival is going online and invites you to join them over two days, from the comfort of your home, for a range of talks, workshops, demonstrations and behind-the-scenes from some of the UK’s leading floral designers and growers.
Stream The Summer Solstice at Stonehenge
Stonehenge will stream the summer solstice live for the first time in its 5,000-year history. Meaning that everyone can experience this once-in-a-lifetime event from home. The streaming will cover both the sunset on Saturday 20th June and the sunrise on Sunday 21st June.
The Drive In Cinema Experience
Sensibly socially distanced drive in movie theatres are opening up a range of iconic venues this summer including Knebworth House. To add to the 1950s experience pre-ordered drinks and food will be dropped off on car bonnets by waiters on roller skates.
Live Stream Lungs
The Old Vic is streaming previous productions and bringing back live performance, making it the first London theatre to do so, starting with a socially distanced revival of Duncan Macmillan’s Lungs, staring Claire Foy and Matt Smith.
All Together Now
Brush up on your crafty skills as Tatty Devine bringing to you their first ever festival. Tune into their Instagram Live at 3pm on 14 June for their All Together Now Festival, an afternoon of craft, science, music and workshops.
Glastonbury at 50
The Glastonbury Experience, launched by the BBC celebrates the its 50 year anniversary with archive performances from some of the biggest artists in the history of the festival including Adele, Beyoncé, Coldplay, Jay Z and David Bowie.
Kimono at the V&A
The V&A’s extraordinary exhibition on history of the Kimono has just been uploaded to YouTube, revealing how this apparently simple, apparently unchanging item of clothing has carried centuries of culture and imagination in the folds of its fabric.
Kew Gardens opens to timed ticket holders, including members, from Monday 1 June. During lock down it’s been blooming with blankets of daisies covering the lawns and we can only imagine how it will be looking now after all this sunshine.
London Fashion Week is going to be held entirely online and is being launched during the previously scheduled dates for Men’s London Fashion Week (12 & 14th June). The event will be gender-neutral merging all fashion lines together.
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