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Derek Deane’s version of the iconic Swan Lake has delighted audiences worldwide for over two decades but has never been streamed online in full, until now.

Featuring Lead Principals Isaac Hernández as Prince Siegfried and Jurgita Dronina as Odette/Odile, this production of Swan Lake captures all the magic of the classic ballet, from the ballerinas in white tutus moving in unison, to the captivating romance between Prince Siegfried and the Swan Queen Odette.

I don’t want realism. I want magic!’

Gillian Anderson is Blanche DuBois, with Ben Foster as Stanley and Vanessa Kirby as Stella, in Tennessee Williams’ timeless masterpiece.

A true story about love and loss

Hannah has always wanted to talk about her Dad. But in the seven years since he died, she hasn't quite managed it.

Not one to be defeated, she’s enlisted her friend David to help her on a journey through memory, laughter and sorrow, to finally come to terms with losing her dad.

Frank, funny and endlessly inventive, So It Goes explores the light and dark sides of grief in a playful and deeply personal show.

This inventive tale of fun, friendship and the importance of kindness is adapted from David Walliams's biggest selling children’s book of 2016.

Produced by the Belgrade Theatre in association with Yellow Earth Theatre and Tamasha, Under the Umbrella tells the story of Wei, a young Chinese woman living and studying in Coventry. As the single Wei approaches her 27th birthday, her grandmother begins to worry that she will be labelled a “shengnu” or “leftover woman”, and decides to intervene.

Eric Miller is a Belfast Loyalist. He is experiencing a psychotic episode and mistakes his five-week old granddaughter for Gerry Adams. He must act.

See the hilarious, award-winning, one-woman show that inspired the BBC’s hit TV series Fleabag, captured by NT Live. Written and performed by Phoebe Waller-Bridge and directed by Vicky Jones, Fleabag is a rip-roaring look at some sort of woman living her sort of life.

Blance McIntyre directs a new version of Shakespeare’s great play of the irrational and inexplicable.

Free live broadcasts and interactive events from more than 100 award-winning writers, global policy makers, historians, pioneers and innovators, celebrating the best new fiction and non-fiction, and interrogating some of the biggest issues of our time.

When a womanising aristocrat tries to seduce his valet’s pretty young wife, his wife and servants conspire to teach him a lesson in fidelity he’ll never forget. Plots are hatched, promises made (and broken) and disguises donned, as Mozart’s ‘mad day’ unfolds.

Director Michael Grandage updates the action to the swinging sixties in his 2012 production, starring Lydia Teuscher as Susanna and Vito Priante as her beloved Figaro. Robin Ticciati conducts.

Shakespeare’s tale of love and loss becomes the most masterful of narrative ballets in Christopher Wheeldon’s inspired adaptation, with music by Joby Talbot, broadcast free online as part of the Royal Opera House's #OurHouseToYourHouse series.

Massenet’s Cendrillon is a touching, romantic interpretation of the much-loved story of Cinderella. The opera is full of wonderful music, from the impassioned love duet for Cendrillon and her Prince, to the coloratura effervescence of the Fairy Godmother and the brilliantly-scored ‘March of the Princesses’. Director Laurent Pelly pays tribute to the opera’s fairytale origins, setting his production literally within a storybook.

Watch Ian Nicholson and Samuel Wilde’s puppet-filled adaptation of Jon Klassen’s beautiful picture book ‘I Want My Hat Back’.

Richard Eyre's classic production of Verdi's La traviata starring Renée Fleming and Joseph Calleja.

Emma Rice brings her unique, musical & exuberant vision to Angela Carter’s novel. The staged production follows twin showgirls, charting the glorious glamour & the darkness & pain

Opening show in September 2019 after renovation works that lasted two and a half years, Parade was an hommage to the famous 1917 show by Cocteau, Satie, Picasso et Massine.

Elsie has lived here all her life. She's seen wars, weddings, elections, funerals, people coming and people going. We tell her story over six decades - from the coronation in 1953 to her birthday party today.

Spread across four rooms, the exhibition will feature some forty artworks from the Louvre’s eight curatorial departments alongside extracts from literature, with the aim of tracing the emergence and recognition of the artist from Antiquity to the 19th century.

Each 25 minute fragment is recorded in a single live take across six screens of a Zoom meeting with performers improvising, reacting and interacting from distant locations in Sheffield, London and Berlin.

Across the series the familiar Zoom-grid of screens is beset by technical difficulties and awash with creative misunderstandings. There are fake tears and bad wigs, missed connections, smeared make up and glimpses from the window as well as an unsteady stream of interruptions by dogs, noises in the corridor and ghosts.

Shakespeare’s chilling Scottish tragedy is realized by Emmy-winning magician Teller (of Penn & Teller) and Helen Hayes Award-winning director Aaron Posner as a startling, supernatural show brimming with magic, mayhem, and madness.

2020 is our 75th anniversary, so tonight we thought we would take a step back in time to a special moment in the Philharmonia’s history when in 1970 our first Principal Conductor, Otto Klemperer, conducted a cycle of Beethoven Symphonies at the Royal Festival Hall.

Enjoy the Ninth Symphony, featuring soloists including mezzo soprano Janet Baker, on our YouTube or Facebook channels. The film is taken from a new Blu-ray box set, produced in partnership with the Otto Klemperer Film Foundation. Licensed courtesy of BBC Studios.

I, Cinna is the latest in a series of solo shows written and directed by Tim Crouch inspired by Shakespeare's lesser characters, including I, Peaseblossom and I, Malvolio (RSC, 2011) and was commissioned as part of the RSC's World Shakespeare Festival.

30 years ago, dance company Rosas put itself on the map with the production Rosas danst Rosas. This choreography has since been staged all over the world. And now it’s your turn. Dance your own Rosas danst Rosas, make a video film of it and post it on this site. In the following videos choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and dancer Samantha van Wissen will teach you the moves, step by step, from the second part of the performance.

This edited version of King Lear was created specifically for younger audiences and played in schools across England as well as at the Park Avenue Armory in New York, where this film was made.

Grip is a personal story about two people who loose each other for a while. Time stands still. They keep going back to that moment of saying goodbye. Thoughts are dominated with memories, with restless dreams. What was once love, is slowly turning into an obsession.

Premiere: 20 May 2015, Voorjaarsontwaken, Korzo theater, Den Haag (NL) edited by Harmen Straatman

The Time of Your Life has an ordinary man at it’s heart. Desperate to feel different and to find a real human connection in a world consumed by social networks and mass advertising, the man embarks on a journey through rooms representing different milestones in his life.

Playwright Young Jean Lee takes the stage in a life-affirming show that anyone could perform, about the thing everyone has in common: WE’RE GONNA DIE. You may be miserable, but you won’t be alone.

Including: Phone Company The Desire Paths Popcorn There Were Goddesses The Dolphin Hotel Oenomel

An enchanting winter’s tale for the very young (6 months to 4 years) Winter has arrived and the woods are covered in white. A child hurries to put on their winter clothes so they can run outside and play in a sparkly new world. Just when they are starting to feel a bit lonely they find a sleeping mouse buried under the soft white flakes. Sliding, tumbling and laughing, they explore the winter wonderland together and keep each other safe and warm from the winter freeze.

From the playground to the classroom boys learn that displaying their feelings is a no-no. But what happens to emotion that can’t be let out, and who picks up the pieces? Written from real-life experiences, Boys Don’t delivers insights into male experiences of growing up.

Devised by female prisoners in HMP Low Newton and based on their real life experiences. Raw, powerful and funny, it's an illuminating portrayal of the lives of women in a British prison.

In 1917, a supergroup of world-famous European artists - Erik Satie, Jean Cocteau, Leonide Massine and Pablo Picasso. collaborated on Parade, a radical new ballet from Serge Diaghilev's Ballet Russes. The famous production was reimagined by National Dance Company Wales.

Curator Jill Cook and John Studzinski CBE tour the Living with gods exhibition touching on some of the intriguing stories behind these fascinating objects.

Desperately hilarious and achingly bleak, 5 Encounters on a Site Called Craigslist is an intricate and tender question mark around our attempts to encounter each other in a technologized world.

Five strong troupe Le Patin Libre use the ice in daring and dazzling ways to present a completely new perspective in the full length 20-minute film Vertical.

Discover Peeping Tom's first trilogy! Watch the film of Le Jardin (2002) and the full shows of Le Salon (2005) and Le Sous Sol (2007). Find out more about the shows on www.peepingtom.be.

A soaring adaptation of Chilean-born author Roberto Bolaño’s masterpiece, this story gives way to a surprising, panoramic portrait of the 20th century that spans more than 100 years and jumps from Spain to Mexico to Germany and beyond, illuminating the power of literature to reflect and transform the world. An unflinching look at the nature of evil, 2666 is an ambitious new work unlike any other theatrical experience.

On the occasion of the Rembrandt Year 2019, marking the 350th anniversary of his death, NTR TV channel and the Amsterdam Rijksmuseum jointly developed this interactive Night Watch tour. Never before have visitors been able to explore this world-famous scene at such close quarters.

Oh The Night! combined elements of bedtime stories gathered from around the north of Europe to create a new fable for 2018. The work was commissioned by Absolutely Cultured for Urban Legends and featured a community choir led by James Hamilton and soundtrack from Lau Nau.

5 SOLDIERS is a moving, dramatic and unique work that looks at how the human body remains essential to war, even in the 21st century.

Girls Like That is an urgent and explosive play that explores gender equality and the pressures on today's digital generation.

Taking creative points of departure from atomised film, music and biometric data, Wayne McGregor’s choreography is woven into an intense 70-minute film.

Opera North's 2016 concert staging of Wagner's Ring cycle. Watch the performances in full.

I, Malvolio re-imagines Twelfth Night from the point of view of Shakespeare’s pent-up steward. I, Malvolio is a hilarious and often unsettling rant from a man ‘notoriously wronged’.

Inspired by the extraordinary work and life of Austrian artist Egon Schiele, famous for his unflinching nudes and self portraits. Four dancers inhabit Schiele’s highly-charged world of colour, masterful lines and unusual perspectives, a world that puts the human body on visceral display.

Set on location in a Cambridgeshire church, our immersive production of 15 minutes of Act One of the opera fuses incredible live performances in a 360° space with fully spatialised sound and orchestrations, to transport you to the heart of this iconic love story.

When Nelly Miricioiu fled the repressive regime of her native Romania in 1981 to settle in Britain, it launched an international career that has seen her acclaimed as one of the greatest exponents of bel canto singing in our time. In this masterclass, she works with students from London music colleges.

New monologues written, rehearsed, recorded and released on IGTV in 24 hours.

At Scottish Ballet, the screen is also our stage. During these strange times, experience Scottish Ballet in the comfort of your home. SBTV is packed with award-winning films, tutorials & behind-the-scenes documentaries.

Conducted by Miguel Harth-Bedoya, this concert will feature Bloch's 'Schelomo' with soloist Timo-Veikko Valve, and Rimsky-Korsakov's 'Scheherazade'. This performance will also include Deborah Cheetham's Acknowledgement of Country, 'Long Time Living Here'.

Most of us have an alter ego hiding under the surface. We try our best to keep it in, but sometimes it escapes.

Take a front row seat into the psyche of a relationship. Using world class ballet, krump, popping & bboying we witness different moments played out in pure contrast by four incredible dancers. 

Funny, surprising, and not a little sad, How To Occupy An Oil Rig is for everyone who ever wanted to change anything. And that's everyone.

Mo Willems invites YOU into his studio every day for his LUNCH DOODLE. Learners worldwide can draw, doodle and explore new ways of writing by visiting Mo’s studio virtually once a day for the next few weeks.

An online theatre space for UK artists and audiences during the Covid19 crisis. New performances several evenings a week.

Ashley Blaker's hit Off-Broadway show 'Strictly Unorthodox' in its entirety. The show opened at The Jerry Orbach Theatre on May 27th 2018 and run until June 28th 2018. This is the final ever performance of the show in New York City, filmed at Stand Up NY on Thursday March 7th 2019.

An evening of Beckett's short works directed by Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne

Weekly podcast from artists and cultural people, contending the CV2019 crisis

My Body, My Archive is a performance re-invented for the particular situation of this exhibition and its closure to the public. It combines segments of his works Sur les traces de Dinozord 2006, Statue of Loss 2014, Banataba 2017 and Congo 2019.

While the RA doors are temporarily closed, you can still experience our exhibition on Belgian artist Léon Spilliaert in this video tour of the galleries. Belgian artist Léon Spilliaert was an insomniac. He wandered the streets at night in search of inspiration. In this video, delve into the solitude and mystery that encompasses the artist's evocative paintings.

A series of weekly workshop, demonstrations and discussions held digitally covering everything from planting and pottery to playlists and pasta making.

Mansion Mondays: Explore different areas of the Mansion. Teaching Tuesdays – For students, teachers, and parents. Washington Wednesdays: Washington history. Tranquil Thursdays and Casual Fridays.

In this multimedia show, the footage is intercut with a live performance attempting to capture the 2015 summer solstice at Stonehenge: there are hot dog stands, Hare Krishnas and MDMA, as a group of young people try to connect—but it all feels a bit fake.

Performed in Norwegian. Is it possible to free yourself from the past?

Levitations by Belgium’s Hannah De Meyer is a dark, funny and surreal trip around Hannah’s universe. She effortlessly crafts together movement and poetry where hope and despair, being and not being, sexuality, love and death rub shoulders.

In The Sensemaker, Woman’s Move contrast music and spoken word in a chopped-and-spliced soundtrack to create a story of managing expectations. Smartly dressed, waiting beside the phone, we watch the mute protagonist of this one-woman show as she’s slowly stretched to her limits.

In Precedents To A Potential Future, Anna Biczóck mixes memories, imagination and shifting perspectives. Her solo lecture-performance explores how these sensations create a phenomenon that we understand as an 'experience'.

SiriusXM Broadway host Seth Rudetsky and his husband, producer James Wesley, will produce daily online mini-shows featuring stars of stage and screen singing and performing live (from home!) to promote support for The Fund’s services for those most vulnerable to the effects of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Live-streamed daily at 2 PM ET and 8 PM ET

ACMI & Melbourne Cinémathèque's screenings are now virtual! Films will announced via social media every Tuesday, with a streaming link. On Wednesday nights you can watch at home and replicate the cinema experience.

We recommend the best of ACMI to experience at home. Each week we're sharing our curatorial insight into different films, artworks, TV series or videogames, as well as where you can find them online.

Videos of one poem a day, read by an older person in isolation due to the coronavirus. It is a way to ensure older people remain visible in a positive way while also creating a library of poetry videos to be enjoyed by all.

Imran Perretta explores ideas of state power, identity and biopolitics. His major new film work, the destructors, draws on the artist’s own experience as a young man of Bangladeshi heritage, and explores personal and collective experiences of marginalisation and oppression.

In her 80th birthday year, BALTIC presents the first major UK survey of pioneering feminist artist, author and educator Judy Chicago.

Animalesque / Art Across Species and Beings brings together an outstanding selection of artworks - film and video, drawing and sculpture, installation and sound art - that invite visitors to rethink the human position in the world, its relationship to all other life forms and to the various complex ecologies that bond beings together.

Rodríguez’s precise, botanical illustrations are drawn from memory of knowledge acquired by oral transmission. Since 2008, Rodríguez’s works started to be acknowledged for their artistic value. Rodríguez does not consider himself to be making contemporary art as defined by the West

Stunningly brought to life in a spectacular new musical by Oscar-winning screenwriter and creator of Downton Abbey Julian Fellowes and Olivier-award winning composer and lyricist George Stiles and Anthony Drewe, THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS will delight audiences of all ages!

During the COVID-19 lockdown, the Abbey's self-isolating clergy, their families and our musicians are inviting you to hear some good news expressed in word and music, via some special podcasts.

We proudly present our new 360° Micrio interactive. Made in just six days together with Rijksmuseum and Fabrique, this virtual tour takes you past the famous masterpieces in the Gallery of Honour.

Whether it's a virtual visit or a Curator's corner, there are plenty of ways to keep exploring the British Museum while we're closed – here are our favourite ones.

ACMI & Media Mentors present twice-weekly micro skills workshops for the screen industries via ACMI’s YouTube channel. Ask the experts a question on Twitter via hashtag #runningfreeskills at 10am every Wed and Fri.

An Israeli violinist. Living in her trendy canal-side Amsterdam apartment. Nine months pregnant. One day a mysterious unpaid gas bill from 1944 arrives. It awakens unsettling feelings of collective identity, foreignness and alienation. A strikingly original, audacious thriller by Maya Arad Yasur.

Bringing light to the experience of living and dying with Alzheimer’s, STYX is a theatre-concert telling the true story of a grandmother and grandson piecing together the memories that connect them across time.

Scattered has been taking audiences by storm since October 2009, with sell-out houses and standing ovations in venues across the globe. Exploring our relationship with water, and extremely popular with audiences, it is our longest running show to date.

The first in our broadcast gig series, Cries and Whispers features spellbinding string music by Britten, Shostakovich and Gesualdo. This show was recorded in March 2020, just days before the lockdown, in front of a packed house at The White Hotel nightclub in Salford.

With English sub-titles. One of Molière's darkest comedies on masculine fear and cruelty - as well as on feminine resourcefulness.

Dans la période délicate que nous traversons, les musiciens de l'Orchestre National de France ont souhaité, malgré la distance, jouer ensemble pour offrir et partager avec chacun ce qu'ils savent le mieux faire : de la musique.

Arts talk show bringing together interesting, successful and diverse figures from the arts and sciences to talk about success, failure, resilience, barriers and how to succeed.

Co-produced with Soho Theatre, Daniel Sparrow Productions and Birdsong Productions with a cast of Welsh musical stars led by Caroline Sheen and David Thaxton. Only the Brave, recounts the raw courage and determination of those who fought and felt the physical and emotional pain of the Second World War.

Directed by award-winning Kathryn Hunter and performed by Edward Petherbridge and Paul Hunter, this is a moving and comic exploration of the resilience of the human spirit through the prism of Shakespeare’s great tragedy.

The new virtual tour of the newly restored Painted Hall can be viewed on desktop or on mobile with a VR viewer. There's also an audio-described tour of the whole Old Royal Naval College site.

Join a pop brainwashing experiment that will blow your mind Be dazzled by bright lights, superhuman dancing and pounding music. Relax in the reassuring glamour of beautiful bodies and the glittering lifestyles of music videos. But what dark, ugly secrets lie behind the mask for the generations of young mainstream pop stars – and those who watch them?

60-minute special featuring awe-inspiring moments from Amaluna, Bazzar and Volta.

A special ballet class with 46 world-class dancers, held in their homes around the world.

Featuring activities from Jeremy Deller, Ryan Gander, Antony Gormley, Idris Khan, Michael Landy, Annie Morris, Harold Offeh, susan pui san lok, Bob and Roberta Smith, Mark Titchner, Mark Wallinger, Gillian Wearing

The second production in our Earth trilogy, Broken, created in 2013, explores our relationship with the Earth.

Broken erupts onto the stage in an adrenaline filled multi-media spectacle. This awe-inspiring show has something for everyone. Athletic contact work, spectacular acrobatics and a gripping narrative combine with a revolutionary set design, an amazing musical soundtrack and digital imagery that melds with the performers as they move. Broken is guaranteed to wow audiences of all ages.

The show opens with an exquisite set of ballads performed by singer/songwriter Tom Skelly, setting the tone for an evening that is all about big tunes and big feelings. Concert pianist Jayson Gillham brings Schumann’s swashbuckling piano quintet vividly to life, and our piano trio puts in a barnstormer of a performance of Nigel Westlake’s funky, sly, and underhand piano trio. There’s also music by Hungarian renegade György Kurtág – strap in.

Sarah Kane’s final play, 4.48 Psychosis, was the first production Belarus Free Theatre ever mounted underground in Minsk in 2005.

As the exhibition remains closed until further notice we have created a short taster video tour which includes a selection of our favourite artefacts, that you can take from home!

Join curators Gregor Muir and Fiontán Moran as they discuss Warhol through the lens of the immigrant story, his LGBTQI identity and concerns with death and religion.

Our friends at Bearface Theatre are bringing their regular storytime online as part of our Connection Point programme, with weekly episodes starting from 6th April.

A slow TV tour of the Picasso and Paper exhibition, which draws together more than 300 of the artist's works on paper.

Virtual tours of our current exhibits -- featuring video highlights, 360 views, photos, and exhibition catalogs.

“When push comes to shove, the Royal Albert Hall is my favourite venue in the UK. It is the perfect mix of both formal and fun. It is grand and intimate at the same time. Also it is where my mother Kate McGarrigle did her last concert in 2009. I am proud to be one of the first artists to give a Royal Albert Home concert from my home in Laurel Canyon in Los Angeles.

I will try to be your Gay Messiah in these difficult times, serve you some Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk, give you hopefully a Peaceful Afternoon, maybe pray a little Agnus Dei, hold you virtually In My Arms, take you to Sanssouci in your mind, show you some Pretty Things and make your Alone Time uplifting, funny, hilarious, beautiful and bearable. In short, I will take you through my repertoire and my life, and preview some of my new material from my upcoming album, Unfollow the Rules, which we are now releasing on 10 July.”

Emma Rice will be hosting exclusive back stage footage from #RomanticsAnonymous, #MaloryTowers and #WiseChildren in this very special live edition of the podcast

A new solo exhibition of work by Linder.

Most well known for her photomontage, this exhibition explores the diverse range of Linder’s practice. It explores Linder as performance artist, zine-maker, musician, documentary-photographer, collaborator, muse, guru, medium and body-builder.

This Friday, we will be premiering a new CirqueConnect 60-minute special! Enjoy a fr

3rd Live Concert "To Survive Melancholy" - Nicolaus Bruhn's Praeludium in E minor, a dramatic work originially for the organ, transcribed for the harpsichord. #StayAtHome #BachClubTV #RAMplaysON #MusicForSanity

Inspired by the role of electricity in the human body, Charge, our exhilarating multi-media show, is about energy. From the electrical charge that sparks human life, to the beating of our hearts and the memories we make, six performers use dance and acrobatics to delve deep into the human body, tracing the incredible story of energy in our lives.

On Easter Sunday (April 12, 2020), by invitation of the City and of the Duomo cathedral of Milan, Italian global music icon Andrea Bocelli will give a solo performance representing a message of love, healing and hope to Italy and the world. Watch live here at 10am LA, 1pm NYC, 6pm UK, 7pm CET.

Melbourne Guitar Quartet continues to celebrate the genius of Debussy despite having never composed a single note for the guitar. The depth of colour and imagination expressed within his works transcends the boundaries of instrumentation.

Roddy is the lead singer of Scottish indie heroes Idlewild and recently released his new solo EP Everyday Sun, written alongside frequent collaborator and bandmate Andrew Mitchell.

Fractured yet soothing, it’s a mesmerising listen, possessed of a strange, drowsy air. These qualities will be on full display later this year, when Woomble and Mitchell take these songs on the road; until then, sinking into this EP is a meditative and rewarding experience, even if you’re not sipping whisky by a fire in the chill Highland air.

A look back at Southbank Sinfonia's German debut conducted by Simon Over. Music by Mozart and Beethoven flanks the German premiere of Cheryl Frances-Hoad’s piano concerto, Between the Skies, River and the Hill, performed by Ivana Gavrić.

WA MOZART Symphony No.31 ‘Paris’ CHERYL FRANCES-HOAD Between the Skies, the River and the Hills LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN Symphony No.2

Apples and Snakes @ Home brings together some of the UK’s leading spoken word poets to deliver top line-ups right to your home! In these extraordinary times, we’re trying something new and exploring ways to digitally connect artists with each other and with our audiences, nationally and across the globe.

Hailed by Rolling Stone as ‘a genre unto herself,’ the Brooklyn-based composer and guitarist’s ground breaking new multi-media performance uses projection mapping to present the guitar as a blank canvas, where luminous visions are cast onto her signature Ovation Adamas guitar.

New Order’s collaboration with artist Liam Gillick was the hottest ticket at MIF17 and one of the most in-demand shows in Festival history. Now, for the lockdown, we’re thrilled to give you a chance to relive this MIF classic at 7.30pm on Friday 17 April, when we’ll be streaming an exclusive new edit online for free as part of our newly relaunched MIF Live series.

Chickenshed presents their Spring Show, which was cut short in mid-March when we had to close our doors.

It is an artistic response to the urgent and pressing questions of global migration, and investigates the concepts of national and personal identity.

Curated in collaboration with Lady Gaga.

Appearances by: Alanis Morissette • Andrea Bocelli • Billie Eilish • Billie Joe Armstrong • Burna Boy • Chris Martin • David Beckham • Eddie Vedder • Elton John • Finneas • Idris And Sabrina Elba • J Balvin • John Legend • Kacey Musgraves • Keith Urban • Kerry Washington • Lady Gaga • Lang Lang • Lizzo • Maluma • Paul Mccartney • Priyanka Chopra Jonas • Shah Rukh Khan • Stevie Wonder

Hosted by: Jimmy Fallon • Jimmy Kimmel • Stephen Colbert

The digital stream will run from 2 p.m. ET to 8 p.m. ET on the following platforms: Alibaba, Amazon Prime Video, Apple, Facebook, Instagram, LiveXLive, Tencent, Tencent Music Entertainment Group, TIDAL, TuneIn, Twitch, Twitter, Yahoo, and YouTube.

Originally released in cinemas, this @Exhibition On Screen film takes us back to two of our landmark exhibitions by the iconic British artist, David Hockney RA. Sit back and enjoy, as we revisit 2012’s ‘A Bigger Picture’, and ‘82 Portraits and One Still-Life’ from 2016.

Both shows – seen by more than 750,000 people – were filmed to create this EXHIBITION ON SCREEN by Seventh Art Productions. Presented by former RA Artistic Director, Tim Marlow, this documentary explores the enduring and repeatedly reinvented creativity of David Hockney RA in his ninth decade.

To celebrate Earth Day 2020 we bring you our new dance film Spaghetti Junction created by award-winning choreographer/director Corey Baker. Filmed on location beneath Birmingham’s (in)famous interchange Spaghetti Junction, the film features dancers from Birmingham Royal Ballet and Hong Kong Ballet and brings attention to the climate change crisis. #SpaghettiJunctionDanceFilm

The Glass Will Shatter interrogates faith, belonging and polarisation within the school system. Rebecca still has nightmares about Amina and the unnerving events that unfolded in her classroom. Or is it Amina that still has nightmares? Years later, one of them decides - it’s time to meet, again.

Syzygy Ensemble is one of the finest new music ensembles in Australia, lauded for its virtuoso precision, innovative programming and the ability to connect viscerally with audiences. In this concert, the ensemble invites you to reflect on an age of political and environmental turmoil – and dare to hope.

Ayșe Göknur Shanal is one of Australia’s most versatile classical singers, has won many prestigious international awards and scholarships. Australian born Ashley Hribar is an award-winning pianist and composer and a strong advocate for contemporary music.

A special broadcast of ‘Dear Horizon’, choreographed by Andrew Simmons, and ‘Passchendaele’, choreographed by Neil Ieremia, two works that were commissioned for our Salute programme back in 2015 and performed live with the New Zealand Army Band, to commemorate the centenary of the Gallipoli landings.

Singer-songwriter KT Tunstall will deliver an exclusive set from her home as part of the Royal Albert Home sessions.

Come on an immersive journey through our 2016 exhibition ‘Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse’, guided by expert curators, artists and garden enthusiasts. Fill your day with colour as we examine the role gardens played in the evolution of art from the early 1860s through to the 1920s, and how Monet and his contemporaries built and cultivated modern gardens themselves. Discover the paintings of some of the most important artists of the early twentieth century exploring the theme, including Renoir, Cezanne, Pissarro, Manet, Sargent, Kandinsky, Van Gogh, Matisse, Klimt and Klee.

Steve McQueen will be joined by Artangel Co-Director James Lingwood to discuss the artist’s work with Artangel over the years.

The Place Online brings you this smash-hit commentary on Brexit Britain through the eyes of an international cast.

"Funny, thought-provoking and consistently entertaining, Border Tales celebrates our differences, acknowledges our sameness and does more to repair the rifts than politics ever could." - ★★★★★ The Scotsman

This thought-provoking dance theatre about multicultural Britain is presented by Luca Silvestrini's award-winning company Protein, and is told through dance, live music and dialogue compiled from the performers’ personal experiences.

Three bold female dancers luxuriate in Kay’s signature style of athletic, visceral, raw and technical choreography underscored with a wicked humour.

Rosie Kay’s newest work takes ballet and tutus into the 21st Century to create an exquisite performance of pleasure, beauty and finesse. Delve deeply into a soundtrack of Vivaldi, Purcell, Beethoven and Bach and revel in the vision of three bold female dancers as they explore love, loss, emotion and joy.

For the first time in our 150-year history, the Hall will play host to a very special concert behind closed doors as we join the nation in marking the 75th anniversary of VE Day.

Mezzo Soprano Katherine Jenkins OBE will perform in an empty Royal Albert Hall in a special half-hour concert that will be streamed to audiences for free via YouTube.

Katherine will sing wartime favourites including The White Cliffs of Dover and We’ll Meet Again – the latter performed as a virtual duet with Dame Vera Lynn and featuring Classic BRIT Award winning saxophonist Jess Gillam.

Are you longing for some space and a few words of encouragement right now? Artist Hester Chillingworth is offering you our theatre. You can visit (virtually) any time day or night, through their durational installation Caretaker.

Alongside a livestream of the uninhabited stage, witty, playful and supportive audio messages will intermittently be broadcast; more often, there will be silence. No productivity is demanded. Nothing needs to happen and nothing is expected of you. You are, after all, already doing really well.

Southbank Sinfonia's musicians will be our guides for our first-ever Virtual Family Concert (in place of our cancelled Family Concert at Southbank Centre), where we hop around the globe exploring the influence of folk music on the classical music we love today.

In a specially-created video running just under 10 minutes, our players will present and perform the music of their native countries, bringing the story of folk music straight to your screens via YouTube.

Californian singer-songwriter Jesca Hoop will deliver an exclusive set from her Manchester home as part of the Royal Albert Home sessions.

Brahms German Requiem

Valery Gergiev conductor Sally Matthews soprano Christopher Maltman baritone London Symphony Chorus Simon Halsey chorus director London Symphony Orchestra

Berlioz The Damnation of Faust

Sir Simon Rattle conductor Karen Cargill soprano Bryan Hymel tenor Christopher Purves baritone Gábor Bretz bass London Symphony Chorus Simon Halsey chorus director London Symphony Orchestra

It’s 1974 and the corridors of Westminster ring with the sound of infighting and backbiting, as Britain’s political parties battle to change the nation's future.

This House is a biting, timely and funny play by James Graham.

The death of a messianic leader has left his bereaved community of followers struggling with conflict, doubt and the shaking of faith that this has awoken.

Exploring the dramatic heart of Messiah, this acclaimed Bristol Old Vic production is a powerful dramatisation of Handel’s profound masterpiece. See and hear Messiah as Handel controversially intended – performed for the people in a theatre, rather than in a sacred space.

Stravinsky The Soldier’s Tale

Roman Simovic director Malcolm Sinclair narrator LSO Chamber Ensemble

Dvořák Selection of Slavonic Dances Bushra el-Turk Tuqus Poulenc Selection from 'Les biches – Suite' Ravel La valse

Sir Simon Rattle conductor London Symphony Orchestra LSO On Track Young Musicians Guildhall School Musicians

The city of Rome calls for a hero.

Tom Hiddleston is Coriolanus in Shakespeare’s searing tragedy of manipulation and revenge, with Alfred Enoch, Deborah Findlay and Mark Gatiss.

Adapted from the critically acclaimed bestseller by Patrick Ness, and directed by Sally Cookson (Peter Pan, La Strada), this Olivier Award-winning production of A Monster Calls offers a dazzling insight into love, life and healing.

Emily Howard Antisphere Colin Matthews Violin Concerto Walton Symphony No 1

Sir Simon Rattle conductor Leila Josefowicz violin London Symphony Orchestra

Directed by Elle White, The Merry Wives of Windsor draws influences from British 1930s fashion, music and dance.

Bernstein Prelude, Fugue and Riffs

Bartók Hungarian Peasant Songs Szymanowski Harnasie Stravinsky Ebony Concerto Golijov Nazareno Bernstein Prelude, Fugue and Riffs

Sir Simon Rattle conductor Katia and Marielle Labèque pianos London Symphony Orchestra

Mendelssohn A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Sir John Eliot Gardiner conductor Alexander Knox, Ceri-lyn Cissone, Frankie Wakefield cast Monteverdi Choir London Symphony Orchestra

Dominic Dromgoole directs Michelle Terry and John Light as fairy royalty in a Renaissance staging of this much-loved comedy.

A strange new act has arrived at the fairground. Who is Grinpayne and how did he get his hideous smile? Helped by an old man, a lone wolf and a blind girl, his story must be told.

The epic tale of an abandoned child with a terrible secret. A disfigured youth who is desperate to hide and a sightless girl who longs to be discovered. Let the darkness seduce you.

For ages 3-8. Inspired by our 2019 five-star hit show, Anansi the Spider, about the infamous mischief-maker and master spinner of yarns, we've adapted these classic West African and Caribbean tales for Unicorn Online. Made with our film partner, Illuminations, we've creatively responded to the current situation - the cast film themselves in their own homes so that we can bring them to yours!