Homeskool Beatbox Adventures with Shlomo

The 11 June marks the season finale of Homeskool Beatbox Adventures – with a guest appearance from none other than Bastille. We will be co-streaming the event from the Farnham Maltings Facebook Page.

“Mesmerising!” ★★★★★ Primary Times 

The Old Vic

In an exciting announcement, the Old Vic will be streaming archive recordings of selected productions for free on The Old Vic’s YouTube channel.

The first show to air will be A Monster Calls, adapted from the novel by Patrick Ness. The show will go live at 7pm on Friday 5 June and will be available to watch until Thursday 11 June. (Suitable for adults and children aged 10+)

Little Angel Theatre

Last week we featured Little Angel Theatre’s puppet show What Does an Anteater Eat? 

Now the Little Angel Team have uploaded a complete series of sofa puppetry, starting with I Want My Hat Back, and we love them all! All the shows are aimed towards children ages 2-5 and their families, and are free to watch until September 2020.

BBCR3 and Wigmore Hall

For your classical music fix, Wigmore Hall are broadcasting a new series of live lunchtime concerts from their empty auditorium every weekday in June, in collaboration with BBC Radio 3. Concerts started on 1st June, and are broadcast live at 1pm each day on BBC Radio 3, and live HD video will be broadcast on the Wigmore Hall website here.

Unicorn Theatre with The Guardian

The Unicorn Theatre have partnered with the Guardian to create their very first entirely digitally created theatre experience, Anansi the Spider Re-spun, for ages 3 – 8. Based on the 5* 2019 show Anasi the Spider, three tales about the mischievous folkloric webspinner will be streamed on Saturday mornings on the Guardian website and the Unicorn’s YouTube channel.

National Theatre at Home

This month National Theatre at Home will be streaming The Donmar Warehouse production of Coriolanus starring Tom Hiddleston, followed by  The Madness of George III, the acclaimed Nottingham Playhouse production of Alan Bennett‘s award-winning drama, with Mark Gatiss. 

We are missing our lovely audiences in our building, but we’ll keep sharing ways you can still enjoy  theatre, opera, musicals, family theatre and more until our re-opening. 

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