• Bringing the epic adventure of the Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival to you! Enjoy a program of free Festival films that are available online for you to watch at home with your family.. Click here to view!
  • Watch Irish National Opera’s Seraglio, a new mini-series created under lockdown based on the opera The Abduction from the Seraglio by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. directed by Caitríona McLaughlin, featuring a cast headed by soprano Claudia Boyle with Peter Whelan conducting the Irish Chamber Orchestra. Check it out here on INO’s website!
  • Scenes for survival – a crisis responsive artistic online project launched in association with BBC Scotland and BBC Arts’ Culture in quarantine project. An alternative theatrical online programme is being offered to isolated audiences across Scotland and beyond. Click here to see more!
  • Irish National Opera have a number of INO productions on their website for you to view from the comfort of home. Check them out here!
  • Irish West End stars launch new online concert series free of charge for ‘a nation of theatre-goers’. IYMT has just rolled out a new online concert series, ‘Waving Through A Window’, for the coming weeks – direct from the leading names of Irish Musical Theatre’s living rooms! Take a look here!
  • Digital Theatre offer exclusive, unlimited access to the world’s finest theatre productions, you can rent sinlge productions or get unlimited access. Why not take a look here!
  • In the over 600-year old form of classical Japanese theatre called Noh, wooden masks are worn by the performers. These masks have been made by wood carvers who lived and worked with the performer to create masks specific to each role. At age 52, Hideta Kitazawa is one of the few remaining artisans carrying on this tradition. We were lucky to have held a mask-making demonstration by Hideta Kitazawa earlier this year While using a multitude of chisels to carve masks from blocks of cypress, he shares his thoughts on how these inanimate materials are brought to life and imbued with various emotions. Click here to watch!
  • Andrew Lloyd Webber’s biggest musicals are streaming FREE on YouTube for a limited time! A different Lloyd Webber musical will stream each Friday from 7pm on the new dedicated youtube channel ‘The Shows Must Go On!’ and will be available for 48 hours. Click here to access the channel!