Streams and Webcasts
Single Shoe Productions have been busy being creative during lockdown making their new series Take Us There. The series encourages people to recreate places they've missed during lockdown using household objects.
A Journey of a Home (online) is a 20 minute audio piece about home, migration and the nature of travel.
To align with Refugee Week UK (15-21 June) and in the spirit of celebrating migration and the incredible cultural wealth of collaboration and exchange it brings, Two Destination Language invite you to listen to their piece on your daily walk.
If you use BSL or captions, this video lets you experience the work. It features Caroline Ryan, and was filmed following social distancing guidelines at Hadrian’s Wall.
Pay what you think by donating to Ava Hunt Theatre.
In partnership with Déda, we are proud to present National Dance Company of Wales - LIVE in your Living Room.
Join us for a stunning evening of dance in a Facebook Premiere on Friday 19 June.
The National Theatre are streaming a different production each week.
This week, NT at Home are streaming The Madness of George III, the acclaimed Nottingham Playhouse production of Alan Bennett's award-winning drama, with Mark Gatiss, streaming until 7pm UK time on Thursday 18 June.
Graeae's critically acclaimed box office hit musical Reasons To Be Cheerful is now available to watch for FREE on YouTube until Monday 3 August.
Reasons To Be Cheerful played at Derby Theatre in September 2017 as part of a national tour and features the hits of Ian Dury and the Blockheads.
Deafinitely Theatre have launched Deafinitely Digital in a mission to bring theatre to people at a time when accessing live performance is not possible.
Moving Bodies follows the story of one brave man, Bernard Roberts, turning from soldier to grave digger in the hope of giving his fellow fallen comrades a peaceful place to rest.
Adapted from real life accounts, this one man show combines immersive story telling with a mix of trench humour, old war time songs and an original soundscape, to tell this darkly comic, touching story.
Written by Daniel Ellis and Adam Horvath
Starring Adam Horvath
Designed and Directed by Daniel Ellis
Curve are sharing archive recordings of Made at Curve productions, next up is the 2017 Made at Curve and Theatre Royal Bath co-production of Joe Orton’s contemporary classic, What The Butler Saw.
What the Butler Saw was Orton’s final play, completed just a month before his untimely death.
Every week, Graeae will be posting an accessible new monologue written/read by a Deaf or disabled artist, a BSL interpreted podcast and a picture from their archive. Check out their new digital lockdown programme!
Flesh by Anita Kelly
Suitable for ages 16+ (contains strong language and themes of an adult nature). Audio described and captioned.
Read by Francesca Mills. Directed by Nickie Miles-Wildin.
They have launched a new digital arts hub, featuring videos from the Quality Street acting company, that responds to the global crisis we are going through.
by Sophie Mercell of the Quality Street Company
A short hopeful film about taking inspiration from the nature around us, and using this time to reset the speed in which we live our lives.
by Claire Hackett of the Quality Street Company
In a series of amusing and touching snapshots, a grandmother tries to connect with her daughter.
This short piece touches on a very human subject matter in a time when connection is more necessary than ever.
by Dario Coates of the Quality Street Company
Whilst waiting for a customer, Matt questions his value as a ‘Key Worker’.
1623 Learning's new adaptation of Romeo & Juliet for schools was going to take place at the Martin Harris Centre in Manchester UK this month. Not wanting teachers and students to miss out, the brilliant team have reworked moments from the show as videos and photos in their own homes and on their daily exercise outings.
Follow #RJdistance for reworked moments from the show.
1623 should also be on a national tour of QUEER LADY M - a fabulous fusion of autobiography and Shakespeare that explores the relationship between genderfluid artist Shane Gabriel and fierce queen Lady Macbeth.
Follow 1623 Theatre Company on Facebook for a series of videos of stripped-back moments from the show recreated at home.
Visit Official London Theatre for a weekly calender of streaming links to get your theatre fix.