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Wed 24 Jun 2020

Support the Arts Online

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Arts organisations around the UK may not be able to welcome you through their doors at this time, but in the meantime they are making activities and content available for you to access online.

Below, we have put together just a few options that are available to you over the coming week.

In Ipswich and Suffolk

 

Ipswich Museum
The team will be sharing a variety of activities to educate and entertain you. We hope to bring the museum to you. #MuseumFromHome

 

Gecko
Gecko have five of their full shows on their Youtube channel, including The Overcoat, The Race and The Time of Your Life.

 

Suffolk Libraries
Find some arts and family activities online from Suffolk’s cultural organisations, including Dance East and Unscene Singers.

 

Felixstowe Book Festival
This year’s festival is taking place online, from 26-28 June. Find out more information on the line up and how to tune in on their website.

 

Around the UK

 

Small Island
Embark on a journey from Jamaica to Britain, from the Second World War to 1948 – the year the HMT Empire Windrush docked at Tilbury. Available until Thursday 25 June.

 

A Midsummer Night’s Dream
The London Theatre Company’s immersive production of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy is streaming from 7pm Thursday 25 June until Thursday 2 July.

 

Only The Brave
Based on true events, Only The Brave evokes the camaraderie and bravery of the second world war generation.

 

Cirque Du Soleil
Showing a 60 minute special, a live show recording of their show ZED!

 

Wise Children
A big, bawdy tangle of joy and heartbreak, Wise Children is a celebration of show business, family, forgiveness and hope. Available until Friday 26 June.

 

The Grinning Man
Bristol Old Vic at Home presents the epic tale of an abandoned child with a terrible secret. Available until Friday 3 July.

 

90 Minute Macbeth
Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank production was created especially for young people, filmed from Shakespeare’s most famous stage, the Globe Theatre.

 

Eugenius! The Musical
Archive footage taken from The Other Palace run of Eugenius!

 

Sebastian Faulkes’ Birdsong – Reimagined Online
This uniquely made production marks a one of a kind special event to mark the 104th anniversary of The Battle of The Somme. Available from Wednesday 1 July at 7pm for 72 hours only.

 

The Sound of Music
An encore screening of The Sounds of Music will be next in “The Shows Must Go On” series. Available from 7pm on Friday 26 June for 48 hours only.

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