Virtual Entertainment : What’s on in March

From the New York Ballet to Jamie Oliver’s cooking classes and the Met Opera on demand, here’s 5 entertaining experiences you can tap into from home this month.


The New York Ballet

Craving culture? The New York Ballet digital season continues to stream inspiring performances free of charge.  Put May 5th in your diary and enjoy the NYCB’s first-ever virtual gala with the world premier from Choreographer Justin Peck who is creating a solo for Principal dancer Anthony Huxley.

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Tours By Locals

Satisfy the travel bug by tapping into Live Virtual Tours by Tours By Locals. Essentially, you pick a destination, connect with a local and explore the destination virtually.  From Argentina to Portugal and Hawaii ato Mongolia, feel inspired that an exciting world is still out there for us to explore!

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Jamie Oliver Cookery School

The Jamie Oliver Cookery School is also epic. Again, so easy to navigate. Simply enter the type of cooking class or date, duration or time of the day. From Bread Baking to Pasta Master, North Indian Thali and Thai Feasts and Mexican and Vietnamese street food, Jamie’s got you covered.

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Opera on Demand

Another recommendation is to tune into the Met Opera on Demand who have released amazing performances from its archives you can watch anywhere, anytime. From Carmen to Hamlet, La Boheme, Macbeth and Madam Butterfly, feed your heart and soul with the emotive richness of opera. 

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SOHO Theatre On Demand

SOHO Theatre also continues to stream live theatre, cabaret, comedy shows and more. Feel good that each time you purchase a show, your donations go to supporting the SOHO Theatre plus individual artists and the companies involved.

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