British Theatre Guide
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Ballet de Monte Carlo's Beauty online
Monte Carlo Ballet offers works online, opening with Jean-Christophe Maillot's
Beauty (La Belle)
Sadler’s Wells adds Rain to Digital Stage
New additions to Sadler’s Wells' Digital Stage programme include Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s company Rosas with
and new dance workshops to try at home.
Courtyard to stream live recording of Cinderella
Herefordshire arts centre The Courtyard is to release a live recording of its 2019 Christmas panto
Quantum Magic Lab's free magic lessons
Entertainment for bored children sorted by magic—literally!
Cirque Du Soleil online show
Cirque Du Soleil offers fans glimpses behind the scenes in an hour-long show via its new online content hub.
Arts Council England and BBC Arts collaborate over new work
Artists have until 8 April to apply for funding to create new work during the present health crisis.
Perform your own panto
Middle Child has made available resources so that every family can perform their own take on
The Little Mermaid
This week's line-up for #KHTOnline
Each week, London's King's Head Theatre is streaming insights into the theatre industry, looking at everything from producing to storytelling.
Eclectic lineup for Housetrap Theatre & Arts Festival 2020
Artists from across the UK and from Taiwan assemble in their living rooms to deliver music, comedy, drama and mind cleansing.
Elders get The Best Seat In The House
The Not Forgotten, a British Armed Forces charity, is behind an initiative to bring free twice-weekly entertainment initiative for older generations at home and in care.
Curve makes Earnest play available online
Leicester’s Curve is to share a tech recording of its 2016 production of Oscar Wilde’s
The Importance of Being Earnest
online for free.
Sheringham theatre postpones summer season
Sheringham’s Little Theatre has postponed its 60th anniversary summer season and is vowing to hold it in 2021.
Oddsocks releases Hamlet the Comedy online
Derby-based Oddsocks is releasing the second in its series of past productions,
Hamlet the Comedy
, which features the late Paul Daniels as a hologram of Hamlet's father.
New fundraising appeal at Nottingham Playhouse
Nottingham Playhouse has begun a new fundraising campaign to secure money for the overall running of the theatre.
Homemade micro-opera connects composers and librettists
New initiative #OperaHarmony is to pair composers with librettists across the world to create new work.
New date for Journal Awards
A new date has been announced for The Journal Culture Awards 2020.
Digital GIFT programme announced
This year’s Gateshead International Festival of Theatre (GIFT), which will be held online, has announced its programme.
Interactive circus classes for everyone
Time on your hands? Learn circus skills from the experts with Lost in Translation Circus classes for beginners upwards.
Designs wanted for Curve production of Wizard of Oz
Leicester’s Curve is asking children to submit designs to be featured in the set of its Christmas 2020 production, the regional première of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s
The Wizard of Oz
Digital commission for new Chinese work
Submissions are welcomed for a new digital commission to be enjoyed by a remote audience.