Get your theatre fix online with these shows and concerts which are streaming over the next week.
With theatres closed, here’s our selection of shows available to watch over the next seven days.
Here are our top picks…
Leave a Light On
Lambert Jackson - 12 January 2021 - 26 January 2021 - Get tickets
As the UK heads into a brand new lockdown, the Leave a Light On virtual concerts will be back with stars of the West End. Those on the line for the new season include Lauren Byrne, Lauren Drew, Chelsea Halfpenny, David Hunter, Rachel John, Lucie Jones, Rob Madge, Tim Mahendran, Nicholas McLean and Billy Nevers, as well as recent graduates with Grad Fest. Get tickets here.
Mischief Movie Night In
Mischief Theatre - 23 January 2021 - 14 February 2021 - Get tickets
With the latest round of Government restrictions closing theatres in London, the original Mischief team will not be deterred and are STILL taking to the stage to bring you their improvised movie, now streaming a new movie every night, live into your home! Get tickets here.
The Theatre Channel
The Theatre Cafe - Get tickets
This online musical web series currently has four episodes available to stream with a fifth on the way later this month. Each 30 minute show features fabulous performances from stars of the West End including Tarinn Callender, Carrie Hope Fletcher, Oliver Ormson, Matt Henry MBE, Lucie Jones, Jenna Russell, Linzi Hateley, Bradley Jaden, Ria Jones, Trevor Dion Nicholas, Cassidy Janson, Rachel John and Zizi Strallen Get tickets here.
The Old Vic: In Cinema
The Old Vic - 20 January 2021 - 29 January 2021 - Get tickets
The Old Vic is making some of its recently live streamed productions available to watch online again, including Brian Friels’s Faith Healer with Michael Sheen, Indira Varma & David Threlfall; and Duncan MacMillan’s Lungs starring Claire Foy and Matt Smith. Get tickets here.
Rose Theatre - 14 January 2021 - 31 January 2021 - Get tickets
Inspired by the book by Julia Donaldson with illustrations by Axel Scheffler, Freckle Productions’ Stick Man was playing at the Rose Theatre Kingston before being forced to close due to lockdown restrictions. Fortunately the final performance at the venue was filmed and the made-for-TV version of the show is now available to stream. This delightful adaptation features a trio of top actors and is packed full of puppetry, songs, live music and funky moves. Get tickets here.