Below you can find links to some resources for entertainment available online during the Coronavirus outbreak:-
Andrea Bocelli's Music for Hope concert: Released on Easter Day
Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake:
Matthew Bourne's The Car Man:
Available on Sky Arts on Sunday 3rd May. Also available via Now TV (free 7 day trial available)
Bristol Old Vic - Messiah. Streaming from Friday 29th May (7pm) for one week.
A Monster Calls - Streaming for one week from Friday 7th June (7pm).
The Marriage of Figaro (Available until Sunday 31st May)
Don Giovanni (Available from Sunday 31st May until 5pm on Sunday 7th June)
Cosi Fan Tutti (Available from 5pm on Sunday 7th June until 5pm on Sunday 14th June)
Streaming a different opera each evening from 7:30pm EST (12:30am BST)
National Theatre At Home - One play available each week changing each Thursday at 7pm each week.
This week:- This House (until Thursday 4th June)
From Thursday 4th June:- Coriolanus (starring Tom Hiddleston)
Northern Ballet For an Instant - a full ballet available for free.
From 10pm on Sunday 31st May the new production of 'Dracula' will be airing on BBC Four and available on BBC iPlayer for a month afterwards.
(Preview only below).
Music for Mercy from the Roman Forum (ft Andrea Bocelli, David Foster, Elaine Paige)
Anastasia - Full Ballet from The Royal Ballet
Cendrillon (Cinderella) - Full Ballet from The Royal Ballet
Hallelujah Chorus from Home.
Sir Patrick Stewart is reading a Shakespeare sonnet each day.
Each one is being added to the playlist on this YouTube channel: -
The Shows Must Go On One musical available each week for just 24 hours changing each Friday at 7pm.
This week: Hairspray (from 7pm on Friday 29th May).
West End Live 2019
Come From Away
Everybody's Talking About Jamie
AND FINALLY, Just some silliness to laugh at:-