A round up of virtual events and experiences to help keep you entertained and positive over the coming days and weeks.
Looking for some inspiration for your Quarantini? Look out for virtual cocktail masterclasses showcase cocktail recipes and tips using everyday ingredients found at home. Hour-long masterclasses will be broadcast daily at 1pm, 3pm and 5pm.
Professional storyteller Vanessa Woolf is taking her yarn-spinning skills online. She’ll be posting videos of her storytelling evenings set to music, some filmed in secret corners of London focusing on the stories, history and the amazing details of the location.
London’s Borough Market is streaming live cooking demonstrations. Each weekday at one, a chef will guide you through a tasty recipe using store staples and inspire you to make the most of those ingredients hidden at the back of your cupboard.
National Theatre Live
The National Theatre is going to stream a free play every Thursday with a focus on family-friendly, uplifting productions, starting on April 2 with ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’. They will be streaming for one week each on the NT’s You Tube channel.
Look Up London
If you’re missing London and could do with a more inspiring view than the one outside your own bedroom window, then look out for the virtual walking tours from Look Up London on Katie Wignall’s Instagram account.
Killing Eve Series 3
Plenty of streaming services and distribution companies are choosing to bring forward premiere dates at the moment and top of the list has to be the news that Killing Eve series 3, hitting UK screens on April 13th.
The Royal Opera House is streaming free ballet and opera online, as well as offering behind-the-scenes looks behind its closed doors, bringing a programme of fine art into your living room every Friday at 7pm on their YouTube channel.
Culture in Quarantine
The BBC has created a virtual festival with Culture In Quarantine across television, radio and online. Providing extraordinary access to shuttered exhibitions, performances and museums, a virtual book festival and much more besides.
Lost & Found
One of the many live events currently on hold is Giffords Circus. What’s a clown to do when not working at the circus? The brilliant Tweedy has turned his skills to hosting a live stream to support Barn Theatre. The next show is on 1st April.
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