Luckily for us, cultural institutions are opening their doors to the internet so that we can be educated and entertained from across the globe. Watch the Metropolitan Opera perform Carmen in your pyjamas, or pick up some acting tips from none other than Dame Helen Mirren - there's plenty to explore online.
National Theatre at Home: Antony & Cleopatra - Running from 30 April to 8 May, The National Theatre is running an online stream of some of its past productions, including the romantic classic Antony & Cleopatra, starring Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo. Discover
The Royal Ballet: The Winter's Tale - Enjoy this enchanting adaptation of the William Shakespeare play as part of Royal Opera House’s #OurHouseToYourHouse initiative. Discover
Royal Opera House: La Traviata - Richard Eyre's classic production of Verdi's La traviata, starring Renée Fleming and Joseph Calleja, will whisk you away with the glamour of 19th-century Parisian high life. Discover
Museums in Quarantine - Explore national museum collections from your sofa with the BBC. This series proves that art and culture are more than luxuries, they can bring hope and relief in difficult times. Discover
Curzon Home Cinema - Enjoy a private screening of your favourite movie or new release with Curzon Home Cinema. ‘Portrait of A Lady On Fire’ is firmly on our watch list. Discounts still apply for members too. Discover
Teaching MasterClass With Dame Helen Mirren - Academy Award-winning actress Helen Mirren is as good at teaching as she is acting - you wouldn't believe this is her first-ever online acting class. Discover
Ballet Masterclass With Misty Copeland - Explore the language of dance and get your daily exercise in while emulating the poise and grace of history-making Misty Copeland, the first African American female principal dancer with the American Ballet Theatre. Discover