Coping up with the new normal many restaurants, cinemas, and entertainment venues are re-opening. There are many online events are taking place so you can choose to stay at home and join online events or you can go out. Here are some ideas-
Raindance Film Festival
This year the Raindance Film Festival will take place virtually until 15th November. Raindance Film Festival is the largest independent film festival in the UK. Raindance Film Festival is officially known by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences USA. The annual event gathers dozens of thousands of visitors including hundreds of industry professionals into London.
More info: https://filmfreeway.com/Raindance
Good news for the music lovers as Baybeats has decided to make an online and offline combo edition this year. It will take place at Esplanade’s crown jewel, the Concert Hall, and the grand Esplanade Theatre, which will also be live streamed for this home audience.
More info: https://www.esplanade.com/
The ninth edition of the Film Africa will take place at London’s various venues. Film Africa is the capital’s biggest celebration of African and African diaspora film. the fest will show 46 films from 14 African countries in socially-distanced screenings at BFI Southbank and Rich Mix, and more.
More info: https://www.filmafrica.org/
The Royal Ballet
You can enjoy the Royal Ballet from wherever you are. This event will be streamed on our ROH streaming site, and you will need to create an account to buy access. The show will be running until 9th November and you will be able to stream the event online next 30 days.
More info: https://www.roh.org.uk/
The Southbank Centre is re-opening but visitors can’t visit physically. The venue has announced Inside Out, an online season of music, literature, and comedy taking place until 30 December. You will be able to hear from writers and activists including Alicia Garza, Angela Davis; Arundhati Roy, and Kae Tempest.
More info: https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/