The National Theatre will stream some of its productions on YouTube for people to see “challenging, entertaining and inspiring” work during the coronavirus lockdown.
Here are some other ways to get your culture fix without having to leave your home.
Its highly-anticipated Titian exhibition opened just four days before the Gallery had to shut its doors.
But aspects of the show can be seen online, with the likes of Titan Facebook Live.
The Gallery’s collection is also represented online with zoomable images.
We know many of you didn't get a chance to see our exhibition '#Titian: Love, Desire, Death' before we closed, so how about a virtual Twitter tour? We'll take you through some of the key themes and paintings in the exhibition below.— National Gallery (@NationalGallery) March 25, 2020
THREAD 👇 #MuseumFromHome pic.twitter.com/zRhqdkxIVB
Tate Modern is planning to launch an online, curator-led tour of its new Andy Warhol show next week.
It has also released a performance by Congolese choreographer and dance artist Faustin Linyekula, who was booked to perform in its Tanks, online.
â¨ We're excited to share this poignant performance by choreographer & dance artist Faustin Linyekula, which was cancelled as part of this year's BMW #TateLiveExhibition. Linyekula staged a site-specific performance to camera in Tate Modern's empty Tanks: https://t.co/2lpaeBZ6pH pic.twitter.com/lLjnbhIxo6— Tate (@Tate) March 23, 2020
Linyekula performed to a camera in the empty Tanks and the performance is on Tate’s website.
There are also interviews with artists like David Hockney, from his studio, as well as detailed looks at artworks in the collection.
The ICA has launched ICA Daily, an email in which curators share links to what people “might find useful, inspiring, informative or that simply cheer you up while self-isolating, social-distancing, working from home or working to keep essential services going.”
Read today's #ICADaily via our website, including @ThisBhanu @adriennemaree @LUXmovingimage @euroemptiness @lizzo + more!— ICA (@ICALondon) March 24, 2020
Sign-up to have tomorrow's in your inbox at 10am.https://t.co/d9onvV4S3Q pic.twitter.com/MbHMVSR8tl
Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC)
The BBC is showing RSC productions of Hamlet, Macbeth starring Christopher Eccleston and Niamh Cusack, Much Ado About Nothing, Othello, Romeo and Juliet and The Merchant of Venice on iPlayer and BBC Four, beginning in the next few weeks.
Viewers will also be able to see productions from Northern Ballet and Sadler’s Wells.
Royal Opera House
Productions of Peter and the Wolf, Acis and Galatea, Cosi Fan Tutte, and The Metamorphosis will be available on demand and for free via its Facebook and YouTube channels.
👏 From our house to your house— Royal Opera House (@RoyalOperaHouse) March 20, 2020
We're offering a programme of free online broadcasts that you can access anywhere, anytime across the globe, including:
🐺Peter and the Wolf
🎶Acis and Galatea
💖CosÃ¬ fan tutte
🦟The Metamorphosishttps://t.co/la5Ra5BwuQ #OurHouseToYourHouse
It will also be offering “cultural insights that get under the skin of both ballet and opera and offer a unique look behind the scenes”.
Get the best seats in the house. Weâre launching National Theatre at Home to give you access to theatre online.— National Theatre (@NationalTheatre) March 26, 2020
A selection of much-loved @NTLive shows will be streamed on YouTube every week, free for everyone. https://t.co/eq6uwTKpud #NationalTheatreAtHome pic.twitter.com/OHcyzDXLjp
One Man, Two Guvnors, featuring James Corden, will be the first of the National Theatre productions previously screened in cinemas to be broadcast.
The theatre said it “is facing a devastating impact from coronavirus” but the screenings will be free.
Productions will be screened live every Thursday at 7pm over the next two months and will be available on demand for seven days.
English Heritage says it is sharing the stories of 29 English Heritage sites around the country – from Tintagel Castle in Cornwall to Chesters Roman Fort on Hadrian’s Wall – on the Google Arts & Culture platform.
Its Stonehenge Skyscape enables people to step inside the celebrated stone circle and see the stones and the skies above them at any time of the day or night.