Watch and listen on line until we can all visit theatres and concert halls again
Updated 14th January 11pm
Friday 15 January 2021
Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy, all female productions of Julius Caesar (2012), Henry IV (2014) and The Tempest (2016) all starring Harriet Walter, subscriptions on various platforms.
Hamlet, Maxine Peake stars in 2015 production, Direct TV via Amazon Prime.
Macbeth, Rupert Goold 2007 production with Patrick Stewart and Kate Fleetwood, Amazon Prime.
Metropolitan Opera, on line screenings daily from 7pm Eastern Standard Time, Renée Fleming Week, 2010 production of Rossini’s Armida, with Renée Fleming, Lawrence Brownlee, Barry Banks, John Osborn and Kobie van Rensburg, until 11pm in UK.
Monteverdi Choir and Orchestra, Beethoven’s 9th Symphony from Feb 2020, with introduction by John Eliot Gardiner: Handel’s Semele, highlights of May 2019 performance at Alexandra Palace: Bach Cantata of the Day: Monteverdi and his Constellation, podcasts by JEG. on www.monteverdi.co.uk and Monteverdi YouTube channel.
NT at Home, National Theatre live streaming service – all the plays that you have been able to see in arts centres and cinemas in a new home streaming. Selected productions from National Theatre, Old Vic, Donmar, Almeida, West End theatres, as well as plays from NT archive, single play or subscription, www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/ntathome
PANTOMONIUM, from Blackpool Grand Theatre, written by Bath Theatre Royal favourite Jon Monie, with Bath’s regular dame Nick Wilton, Steve Royle, Tom Lister and Olivia Birchenough, to 31 January 2021.
Royal Shakespeare Company. Productions of 24 of Shakespeare’s plays, available by subscription on Marquee TV (free for two week trial)
The Winter’s Tale, Cheek by Jowl 2016 production, free on YouTube www.cheekbyjowl.com
Saturday 16 January
Metropolitan Opera, on line screenings daily from 7pm Eastern Standard Time, Renée Fleming Week, 2011 production of Richard Strauss’s Capriccio, with Renée Fleming, Sarah Connolly, Joseph Kaiser, Russell Braun, Morten Frank Larsen and Peter Rose, until 11pm in UK.
Sunday 17 January
Metropolitan Opera, on line screenings daily from 7pm Eastern Standard Time, Renée Fleming Week, 2011 production of Handel’s Rodelinda, with Renée Fleming, Stephanie Blythe, Andreas Scholl, Iestyn Davies, Joseph Kaiser and Shenyang, until 11pm in UK.
Monday 18 January
Metropolitan Opera, on line screenings daily from 7pm Eastern Standard Time, Renée Fleming Week, 2014 production of Dvorak’s Rusalka, with Renée Fleming, Emily Magee, Dolora Zajick, Piotr Veczala and John Relyea, until 11pm in UK.
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Saturday 30 January
KNEEHIGH Theatre in Clog Dancing in Gweek, celebrating company’s 40th anniversary. More info on www.artsreach.co.uk