We aren’t stopping at Museums and Zoos, next up is Theatre shows. With Broadway and the West End shutting down to help the Government’s social distancing efforts, many shows have been cancelled leaving nationwide theatre-goers disappointed. But you don’t need to go without! There are lots of websites that are streaming your favourite shows online from theatres around the world, check them out below…
Stream your favourite Broadway Hits and Musicals including Cats, Kinky Boots and Phantom of the Opera anywhere at any time! Filmed in iconic theatres in New York and London, the streams are grouped into categories such as Must-Sees and Family Favourites. BroadwayHD are currently offering a free 7-day trial. Plus, if you do have any disappointed theatre fans in your house, you can also gift either a monthly or annual subscription to put a smile on their faces!
With all New York City concerts and events cancelled until May 10th, the Chamber Music Society are updating their online catalogue of recordings and music videos for all to enjoy.
This Australian symphony are determined to keep the music going despite the current ban on events. They will be live streaming their performances on Youtube while they are closed to the public until April 13th 2020. The shows will then be saved to the Youtube channel to enjoy at a later date.
Every night at 7:30 EST, New York City’s Metropolitan Opera will be streaming a HD viewing of an opera performance, which will then be available to view for 20 hours after – so make you catch it. The streams will also be available through the Met Opera on-demand apps for Apple, Amazon and Roku devices.
The site offers free streaming of 100’s of recorded opera performances from famous opera houses around the world, including the Royal Swedish Opera, Teatro dell’Opera di Roma and National Theatre Prague.
Conducted by Yannick Nezet-Seguin, the orchestra will be showcasing their performances through Facebook Lives, which will then be archived for their 160K followers to view later.
With plans to be closed until April 19th 2020, the symphony has opened its Digital Concert Hall to the public. More than 600 shows ranging from concerts to interviews will be available for free for 30 days if you use the code BERLINPHIL by March 31st 2020.
The annual festival, based in Pesaro, Italy, celebrates local opera composer Gioachino Rossini. They are currently streaming one previously-recorded opera a day for free until they re-open.
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