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Andrew Lloyd Webber has announced plans to stream his musicals for free via YouTube.
Great news if you had tickets to see Daniel Radcliffe and Alan Cumming in the Old Vic’s production of Endgame.
The show ended two weeks early due to the coronavirus pandemic. But it’s now been announced it will be streamed on certain dates for those who had tickets.
Apple TV+ has released the trailer for its first British comedy series, Trying.
The cast of Frasier will reunite this week, on live stream series Stars in the House.
Streaming service Curzon Home Cinema is launching a curated series of films where viewers can watch together and take part in a Q&A with the film’s director.
The Royal Shakespeare Company has partnered with Marquee TV to stream a number of its productions.
The Hampstead Theatre production of I and You, starring Maisie Williams and Zach Wyatt, is being made available to watch online for free while theatres are closed.
A host of West End stars are taking part in a new series of streamed concerts while theatres are in lockdown.
A brand new series of iconic satirical comedy series Spitting Image will launch on streaming service BritBox in the UK this autumn.