The Ladies Events Committee has compiled a list of hopefully interesting online events and reading.
The National Theatre is broadcasting productions every Thursday on YouTube.
Hay Festival – 18-31 May
Free live broadcasts and interactive Q & A’s with the world’s greatest writers and thinkers.
Author Sonia Purnell was due to be one of our guest speakers. She has written a number of books and her latest, ‘A Woman of No Importance: The Untold Story of Virginia Hall, WWII’s Most Dangerous Spy’ is now available to purchase in paperback.
The Old Vic is running a programme of creative, fun and inspiring online events, projects and content to keep the theatre connected with audiences, and audiences connected with each other.
Oti Mabuse is doing dance classes online every morning at 11.30am.
Home Festival Fun
An online community championing daily activities from dance, fitness, music, baking, and cooking to gymnastics, make up tutorials and reading.
The Arts and Culture website offers access to art and museums across the world.
Andrew Lloyd Weber is providing a different online play or musical each week.
The Arts Society have launched a new online site.
The Royal Opera House is streaming both operas and ballets.