Northern Ballet is bringing "world-class ballet to your doorstep" with a season of unmissable dance on screen. The 'Pay as you Feel' season includes the below programming:
The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) is inviting people to join a live ‘watch along’ from their living rooms on Saturday, 11 April of a recording of their 2017 production of Shakespeare’s comedy Twelfth Night, featuring Adrian Edmondson as Malvolio and Kara Tointon as Olivia. The production will premiere on Marquee TV at 7.15pm (UK time).
Shakespeare's Globe has handpicked six productions from the last ten years to show for free from 6 April 2020. They will also release the entire 2012 international run of Globe to Globe, which saw artists from around the world work Shakespeare in their own languages, and the 37 films from The Complete Walk created for Shakespeare 400. Finally, 'Love in Isolation' will see luminaries of the cultural world "sharing Shakespeare's words from their place of sanctuary".
The films to be made available via Globe Player on 6 April are:
Sadler's Wells presents a programme of full-length dance performances and workshops online, to keep you entertained and connected through dance, wherever you are in the world while its live stages are dark.
The programme launches on World Theatre Day, Friday 27 March, with an exclusive online screening of Deluxe by BalletBoyz at 7.30pm GMT available to watch on the Sadler's Wells Facebook page as the first in its weekly series of Sadler’s Wells Facebook Premieres.
The BFI and The Film and TV Charity have partnered to create a new Covid-19 Film and TV Emergency Relief Fund to help support the creative community. More information on how to register soon (page will be updated once registrations are live).
With a £1m donation from Netflix, the fund will be administered by The Film and TV Charity with support from the BFI, and will provide emergency short-term relief to the thousands of active workers and freelancers who have been directly affected by the closure of productions across the UK.
Papatango Theatre Company is offering 20 chosen artists the chance for their monologues to be performed as part of their Isolated But Open project in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Each chosen artist will receive £100 for their winning submission.
How to apply:
The National Theatre of Scotland is creating Scenes for Survival, a crisis responsive artistic online project launched in association with BBC Scotland and BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine.
Scenes for Survival is a new season of digital short artworks from National Theatre of Scotland which will launch new pieces of theatre from creative talents across a series on online platforms and channels over the next few months. Keep an eye on National Theatre of Scotland's website for more as it becomes available.
The Royal Opera House is launching a free programme of curated online broadcasts, musical masterclasses and cultural insights that get under the skin of both ballet and opera and offer everyone a unique look behind the scenes at one of the world's most famous cultural institutions.