All the world’s a stage!
If you’re bored of streaming the same-old TV series, step inside some of the most beautiful theatres, concert halls, and opera houses in the world and experience the grandeur and drama of these iconic venues.
The National Theatre
The theatre will be streaming past performances from the vaults for free on its YouTube channel. Starting April 2, a new play will be available to watch every week, beginning with “One Man, Two Guvnors,” starring James Corden.
The National Theatre at Home program will also feature bonus content including cast and creative Q&As and post-stream talks. Other plays to look forward to over the coming weeks include “Jane Eyre,” “Treasure Island” and Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night,” starring Tamsin Greig.
Vienna State Opera
Another of the world’s great opera houses, the Wiener Staatsoper, is now streaming previously recorded operas and ballets. Experience great opera and ballet at home – worldwide and for FREE! Enjoy top-class performances with renowned singers and great conductors in different casts.
After registration at www.staatsoperlive.com the subscription can be booked free of charge until further notice.
The legendary Berlin Philharmonic is essentially playing house concerts with no door charge. Register for free 30-day access to the orchestra’s Digital Concert Hall, and you can take in hundreds of stunning performances from your couch.
Sydney Opera House
Sydney Opera House is an Australian icon and one of the busiest performing arts centres in the world.
Even if you’ve never been to Sydney Harbour, you know those soaring white sails, and now’s your chance to take a peek inside. Tour the Sydney Opera House in 360°.