Here is a list of events online to help you through the next seven days.
The comedy streaming platform presents a month of live laughs on Zoom from some of the biggest names on the circuit. This week sees sets from the likes of Anna Mann, Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Josie Long, Jen Brister and more.
Daily, until Fri July 31. 8pm, £9.
An evening of cabaret comedy hosted by Marcel Lucont and four guests from the world of circus, musical comedy, magic and burlesque. This week’s edition features Jayde Adams, Lady Carol, Tom Binns and Tom Crosbie.
Fri July 10, 9pm, £5 (premium £7).
Re-staging of Unicorn Theatre’s acclaimed play which reimagines Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar through the perspective of a minor character. The interactive performance will take place live over Zoom.
Fri July 10 and Sat July 11 and Tue July 14 – Thu July 15, until Wed July 22. Fri and Tue-Thu 7pm; Sat 2pm and 7pm, free.
Online festival featuring big up-and-coming names in the indie music world, with proceeds going to support the NHS. The roster features Red Rum Club, APRE, Alfie Templeman and more.
Sat July 11, 11am, £2.50.
The singer-songwriter hosts a virtual record release party for his latest album Unfollow the Rules, featuring an interactive private concert, a Q&A, a tour of his home and exclusive merchandise.
Sat July 11, 7pm, prices vary.
The electronic synth-pop duo from Philadelphia, made up of Jeremy Lloyd and Samantha Gongol, perform an exclusive live streamed set from their homes in support of Royal Albert Hall.
Sat July 11, 7.30pm, free.
Just the Tonic Comedy Clubs hosts some of your favourite comedians via live stream. This week features Johnny Vegas, Jonathan Pie, Lucy Beaumont, Tom Binns and others.
Sat July 11, 8.30pm, free.
The Stonehaven line-up combines old favourites and exciting new acts in a programme of concerts, ceilidh, workshops, sessions and the Tradition Bearers Concert. The festival programme goes online for 2020 including the world’s first virtual World Paper’n’Comb competition.
Sat July 11 and Sun July 12, 10am, free.
Online party celebrating the LGBTQ+ community, with a wealth of family-friendly events including comedy, arts and crafts, storytelling, yoga, drag and more.
Sun July 12, 9am, free.
Free monthly social dance club for lesbian, gay, bisexual, gender diverse and intersex elders and allies. Currently taking place over Zoom.
Sun July 12, 2pm, free.
The musicians of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra welcome audiences to a weekly live streamed concert, recorded from their home and broadcast into ours. The performance can be viewed on the RSNO website, Facebook or YouTube.
Sun July 12, 3pm, free.
Big names on the comedy circuit turn out for this live streamed fundraiser in support of Wolverhampton’s Central Youth Theatre. The line-up includes James Acaster, Nish Kumar, Tim Key and more.
Sun July 12, 7.30pm, £7.
Weekly drawing challenge hosted by the Free Drawing School over at Hospitalfield, led by a new guest artist every week. Details of the challenge will be posted on Facebook at 10am, and participants will have two hours to complete the task.
Mon July 13, 10am, free.
Doggett and Ephgrave host an informal live interview with interesting people over Zoom. Audiences are able to submit questions and tickets will go towards Hitchin Mostly Comedy. This week’s chat is with Anna Morris.
Mon July 13, 7.45pm, £5.50.
Interactive online storytime centred around the Bard’s most magical romantic comedy, performed by a practitioner at the famous Globe Theatre. Hosted on Zoom.
Tue July 14, 11am and 2.30pm, £25-£45.
Roundtable discussion focusing on the role of the artist manager, led by a panel of industry professionals. Suitable for those looking to go into management or artists looking for a manager.
Tue July 14, 12pm, free.
A rebroadcast of the speech delivered by English contemporary artist and 2003 Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry at the 2011 Turner Prize exhibition at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, wherein he discusses his unique ties to the art world.
Tue July 14, 5.30pm, free.
Immersive yoga class with a focus on dynamic and restorative vinyasa poses, set to a soundtrack of doom, drone, ambient, avant-garde and psychedelic sounds.
Tue July 14, 7pm, £7.70.
Online singing group held over Zoom, led by Heather Macleod of The Bevvy Sisters and Horsecross Arts’ Emma Neck.
Tue July 14, 7pm, £3.50.
The American musician, whose 2019 album All Mirrors received widespread critical acclaim, performs a live streamed performance. With support from Hand Habits.
Tue July 14, 8pm, £15.
Online celebration marking the 30th anniversary of the Stirling-based event A Day for Scotland, which linked cultural events with the political push for a devolved Scottish government. This free event will feature speakers connected to the original Day for Scotland sharing their memories and reflections.
Tue July 14, 8pm, free.
Writer Alex Davis hosts this writing workshop on Google Meet, focusing on quick writing prompts to help writers fire up their creativity and get pen to paper.
Wed July 15, 6.30pm, prices vary.
Supriya Nagarajan and Duncan Chapman perform Indian lullabies mixed with world music to create a soothing, immersive music experience that will hopefully help your under-5s fall asleep.
Wed July 15, 7pm, free.
Historic Environment Scotland hosts a weekly livestream Q&A session covering a variety of topics from castles to climate change.
Thu July 16, 3.30pm, free.
The National Poet for Scotland, the great Jackie Kay, curates and hosts a weekly series of online literary and musical performances, showcasing the incredible range of established and up-and-coming voices from Scotland and around the world. The events will be streamed via the National Theatre of Scotland’s YouTube channel, Facebook page and on the Makar to Makar website.
Thu July 16, 7pm, free.
Dance showcase with a mix of live and pre-recorded performances by up-and-coming and established companies, including the likes of MCDC, EQ Dance, Ughetta Pratesi and McAlpine Dance.
Thu July 16, 7.30pm, free.
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