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Stay Connected: The Best Online Events in the UK & Ireland
Stay Connected: The Best Online Events in the UK & Ireland
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Staying at home doesn’t mean pressing pause on your cultural life. The digital airwaves are buzzing with activity as many event creators move their events online and find ingenious ways to do what they do best. While the world is your sofa when it comes to online events, we’ve created this collection to make it easier for you to find the top events in your timezone – fitness sessions, panel discussions, comedy gigs and everything in between.
Stay Connected: The Best Online Events in the UK & Ireland
Stay Connected: The Best Online Events in the UK & Ireland
Stay Connected: The Best Online Events in the UK & Ireland
Stay Connected: The Best Online Events in the UK & Ireland
Samling av Eventbrite
Staying at home doesn’t mean pressing pause on your cultural life. The digital airwaves are buzzing with activity as many event creators move their events online and find ingenious ways to do what they do best. While the world is your sofa when it comes to online events, we’ve created this collection to make it easier for you to find the top events in your timezone – fitness sessions, panel discussions, comedy gigs and everything in between.
Staying at home doesn’t mean pressing pause on your cultural life. The digital airwaves are buzzing with activity as many event creators move their events online and find ingenious ways to do what they do best. While the world is your sofa when it comes to online events, we’ve created this collection to make it easier for you to find the top events in your timezone – fitness sessions, panel discussions, comedy gigs and everything in between.

This digital murder mystery challenge plays out over five days with new clues released each day over email. Gather a team of crack detectives and get involved.

This virtual journey into space covers astronomical phenomena in a way that is both escapist and educational. There are different sessions throughout the day for children at specific stages of the curriculum, plus adult-friendly sessions.

The popular life drawing class returns for more flourescent fun over Zoom. Materials will be sent out to ticket holders ahead of time so you can put your crayons away.

Hula-hoop your way to rock hard abs and have a blast at this beginner-friendly class led by Guinness World Record Holding Hula-Hooper Amazi.

Give yourself something to look forward to on Monday evenings by tuning into this weekly yoga session led by Olivia Festy.

Writer Lisa Morton summons you to join her illustrated presentation on seances, which examines our endless fascination with talking to the dead and provides some historical background.

This weekly Sattva yoga session promises to "enhance physical, emotional and spiritual fitness" through posture, breathwork and chanting exercises.

The Nobel Laureate and author of some of the greatest novels of the last century (see Never Let Me Go, Remains of the Day) has fixed a date with The Guardian to talk about his much-anticipated new book.

The world needs more beekeepers! Attend this seven class course to learn more about the insects and how to keep them.

Spend a relaxing evening learning how to paint with ink in the company of British artist Stephen Doherty and the Jo Malone team. Your toolkit will include Cologne and a candle for good measure.

Join Elaine Buchanan – chef, author and academic – as she explores how historical African cooking techniques still shape culinary cultures across the diaspora to this day.

Expert beekeeper Richard Noel dials in from his home in Brittany to share his top tips for rearing queens.

Idler's virtual hotseat will be occupied by the brilliant Ruby Wax in March, who will be, erm, waxing lyrical on her television career and mental health work. As ever, the call will be left open once the official event ends, allowing attendees to get to know one another.

Underwear through the ages (no sniggering at the back) is the focus of this Zoom talk from Liza Jones. Revealing in more ways than one...

NextUp have been putting on some of the best virtual comedy gigs around during lockdown. Catch emerging and established comics every Thursday - it's free for NextUp members.

Far beyond your average Zoom party, this virtual dating festival of sorts stretches out across multiple themed rooms (see the "Flirtation Station" and "SingleDOOM") and encourages spontaneity, serendipity and adventure at every turn. Unmissable.

Share some of your favourite writing and/or listen in as others do the same at this popular creative free-for-all.

If you've been put off cider by the mass-market versions, typically made from concentrate and heavily sweetened, then it's time to reconsider. At this tutored tasting you'll get to sample four delicious artisan varieties made in the UK using winemaking techniques.

Luxury chocolate is not just for Valentines. Extend the love-in with an hour-long tasting session with Rococo Chocolates, in which you'll get to sample multiple varieties and learn about their provenance.

Roll up, roll up for this interactive virtual circus show, presented by the international performer Tonino Scalia. A hit with adults and children alike.

Put on your dancing slippers and join this online rave, which aims to replicate the vibe of a club with a virtual smoking area and backstage passes that allow you to connect directly with the performers.

What remains of Roman London? Find out on this virtual tour with a qualified tour guide.

Create some dainty wire birds out of copper wire at this craft-along with dab-hand Zack McLaughlin. Templates and materials can be sent out to ticket holders before the event - just select the 'Kit Included' option when purchasing.

Perfect your home brew and get your coffee questions answered at this regular lunchtime masterclass with Climpson & Sons.

The gyms are closed so why not take the opportunity to explore some less traditional forms of exercise. starting with the BadAss Women of Burlesque.

Did somebody say pizza party?! Join Cosmopolitan Magazine and the Good Housekeeping Institute to learn how to make takeaway-beating pizzas from scratch.

The Last Tuesday Society is a cult favourite in normal times and, thankfully, the Hackney-based bar has decided to open its virtual doors for regular workshops, focussed on teaching the principles of bartending and classic cocktail styles.

If Greek food is your thing then this Oliveology event is one to add to your calendar. Ticket holders will be sent some miniatures of Metaxa (a Greek variation on brandy) and some goodies to match them up with on the call. Feast-worthy.

The inaugural Vagina Festival, according to its organisers, will be "an all inclusive night of storytelling, poetry and art, all in the name of celebrating body honesty and raising money". Poets Hollie McNish and Miss Yankey headline plus open mic acts.

When it comes to vegetarian cookery Indian cuisine is truly the one. Cook-along as chef Monisha Bharadwaj whips up some meat-free curries and sides.

This storytime led by Viktor Wynd, who runs the cultish museum Little Shop of Horrors, is strictly for adults, with drinking encouraged and macabre folk-tales promised.

5x15's March line-up is looking particularly enticing, with Children's Laureate Michael Rosen topping a bill that also includes Wahaca co-founder Thomasina Miers and social entrepreneur Lee Lawrence.

The storytelling duo behind Racontesse have made it their mission to turn more readers onto short stories, so often overlooked in favour of longer-form formats. Here they present two classics of the genre and explore what makes them so effective.

Learn how to make a wonderfully intricate paper butterfly with the help of artist Zack McLaughlin. Prior to the workshop Zack will send you a box of materials – unless you choose the 'workshop only' ticket option.

Empowering South Asian women to be "activists of their own future", this (now) online festival promises to smash stigmas and stereotypes across three hours of culture, conversation and art.

Get away from your screen, do something mindful and create some body positive art at this virtual life drawing class.

On the last Friday of each month, get introduced to cutting edge creative talent beamed in from all over the world and cut shapes on a virtual dancefloor.

Light up cosy season with a homemade, eco-friendly soy wax candle made at this fun online workshop led by an expert.