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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
Sammlung von 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.

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.

Cure your Monday blues for the foreseeable by taking part in this weekly cooking class in which you'll learn how to whip up a whole host of savoury and sweet delights on different themes.

F*ck Being Humble have made it their mission to remove the stigma around self-promotion. On this two-week course they offer practical tips and support on all matters of personal branding.

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.

Poet Amanda Holiday explores the ways in which black female artists and poets envision and represent Black Womanhood through their art, referencing work from a range of writers.

Every Monday lululemon will be holding a free virtual yoga class for NHS workers - sign up using your NHS email address.

5x15 is back with another stellar line-up of speakers, including bestselling author Kate Mosse and renowned director Stephen Daldry.

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.

Get some face-time with the legendary Michael Palin, who will be sharing some stories from his travels and discussing his work on North Korea.

Missing the club? Get the next best thing by tuning into this workout sesh that aims to replicate the bass-thumping thrill of the dancefloor. Extra points if you bring glowsticks.

From the award-winning Murdered for Money comes this light-hearted murder mystery challenge with real prizes.

The Guardian opens its virtual doors to two of Hollywood's leading lights, covering their respective careers and answering audience questions.

Join author James Hawes aboard the history train for a whistlestop tour of Britain throughout the ages, from Boudicca to Brexit.

Come for the box of delivered jamon, stay for the insight into the different regional varieties that exist across Spain and how to carve it like a pro at home.

Join this online talk to revisit the era of perms, shoulder pads and power suits. "It was acceptable in the 80s," as Calvin Harris once sung...

In the week of Joe Biden's inauguration, tune in to this Guardian live-stream to get unique insight into the new leader of the free world from one of the people that knows him best.

Let the little ones' imagination run wild at this art class for five to six-year-olds where they'll be invited to draw and paint a llama.

Get a season ticket for all eight events in the Festival of Writing & Ideas' Winter Series and you can look forward to seeing some big names discuss some even bigger ideas. Stephen Fry and Colm Toibin kick things off.

Create your own wall hanging from a few easily accessible materials at this embroidery workshop. All levels are welcome.

Gal-Dem's January programme continues with a live yoga workout with Zakiya Bishton, specially designed to soothe people living with anxiety and stress.

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.

Plug in to a series of workshops that support and empower women and non-binary people to break into music tech and production. You can buy a ticket for a single session or the week as a whole.

Fine tune your lockdown bakes by sharing your breadmaking questions with a panel of experts that truly know their dough.

Tune in for a double-dose of mindfulness as yoga instructor and life model Vanessa Abreu leads a yoga session before getting into a pose of a different kind.

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.

The Surgeons' Hall Museums are putting on a trilogy of toxic talks on the Victorian phenomenon of murder by poisoning, each event focussing on a different deadly substance. First up is Arsenic.

The Irish Times has lined up some amazing speakers for this four-day festival, including Nicola Sturgeon, actor Gabriel Byrne and popular podcaster Blindboy. A single ticket provides access to all of the sessions - get on it.

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

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.

Instagram is your stage: share your lockdown poetry on this call hosted by spoken word performer Kai Isaiah Jamal.

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.

One of London's most popular Spanish restaurants are bringing the booze to you with this Meet the Maker event celebrating a Madrid-based distiller of gin.

Fancy yourself as a bit of a beer nerd? Put your ale knowledge to the test at this online beer quiz hosted once a year by Brewery Markets. There'll be live music and games for good measure.

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.

Part three of the Women's Health Weekender features a HIIT session, a core strength workout and a round-table on how to live and eat with purpose during the pandemic.

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 talk examines Georgian-era fashion (we're talking bum pads and corsets) through the lens of Anne Lister, a well-known diarist and explorer from the period.

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

Love Formula 1? Get an insight into the science and stories behind the speed as the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Team join former F1 driver David Coulthard for an evening of anecdotal chat. Every ticket includes a special edition print from the team.

Meet the founder of one of the world's most ground-breaking websites, as Bellingcat founder Eliot Higgins joins The Guardian Live to chart his fascinating rise from university dropout to breaker of some of the biggest political stories of recent times.

Kehinde Andrews - prolific author and the UK's first Black Studies professor - joins The Guardian to unpick the damaging legacy of the British empire and answer audience questions.

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

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.