05 May 2020

How to Bring the Theatre to your Living Room! Stream Your Favourite Plays Today

Whether you are a lover of Shakespeare’s plays or prefer to sing along to some of the world’s most loved musicals, our team at easyGuide have found you the best places to watch your favourite shows and musicals from the comfort of your own home.

Please take your seat and make yourself comfy!

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, London

Shakespeare’s Globe

Have you heard of the Globe Player? It’s the iconic theatre’s free YouTube channel! Every two weeks they will be showing a different play for us all to enjoy from the comfort of our homes.

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National Theatre, London

The National Theatre

As part of the National Theatre at Home initiative we can enjoy a different live performance every week!

The arts hub is also introducing new interactive content to enjoy, from cast and creative team Q&As to post-stream talks and more.

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Theatre Show, London West End

Soho Theatre

Fan of Fleabag? Well now’s your chance to watch Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s astonishing one-woman show on screen!

Soho Theatre on Demand are requesting donations which will go toward the National Emergency Trust and the Fleabag Support Fund.

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Shakespeare Play, Macbeth

The Royal Shakespeare Company

Including the likes of Macbeth, Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet, there are six productions available on BBC iPlayer and a further 18 productions available on the streaming service Marquee TV.

Icing on the cake, you can get a 14-day free trial which should hopefully be long enough to watch as many as your heart desires! And if you want more there is a catalogue of over 400 dance, opera, and theatre productions!

BBC iPlayer – Click here to explore!

Marquee TV – Click here to explore!

London Theatre Show

The Shows Must Go On! By Andrew Lloyd Webber

The creator of some of the world’s most loved musicals, Cats and The Phantom of the Opera to name a couple, will be streaming his most famous shows on YouTube.

Make sure you keep a close watch though as each show will only be available for 48 hours before being replaced by a new musical.

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London Ballet Performance

The Royal Opera House

Last but not least, the Royal Opera House will be sharing a beautiful selection of past operas and ballets for us all to enjoy via their YouTube channel.

World-class performances will be shown on a weekly basis; view the full schedule on their website here.

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Thank you from easyGuide

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