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Stay Connected: The Best Online Events in the UK & Ireland
Stay Connected: The Best Online Events in the UK & Ireland
Collection by Eventbrite
Staying at home doesn’t mean pressing pause on your cultural life. The digital airwaves are buzzing with activity as many event creators move their events online and find ingenious ways to do what they do best. While the world is your sofa when it comes to online events, we’ve created this collection to make it easier for you to find the top events in your timezone – fitness sessions, panel discussions, comedy gigs and everything in between.
Stay Connected: The Best Online Events in the UK & Ireland
Stay Connected: The Best Online Events in the UK & Ireland
Stay Connected: The Best Online Events in the UK & Ireland
Stay Connected: The Best Online Events in the UK & Ireland
Collection by Eventbrite
Staying at home doesn’t mean pressing pause on your cultural life. The digital airwaves are buzzing with activity as many event creators move their events online and find ingenious ways to do what they do best. While the world is your sofa when it comes to online events, we’ve created this collection to make it easier for you to find the top events in your timezone – fitness sessions, panel discussions, comedy gigs and everything in between.
Staying at home doesn’t mean pressing pause on your cultural life. The digital airwaves are buzzing with activity as many event creators move their events online and find ingenious ways to do what they do best. While the world is your sofa when it comes to online events, we’ve created this collection to make it easier for you to find the top events in your timezone – fitness sessions, panel discussions, comedy gigs and everything in between.

Squat, twirl and twerk your way to peak fitness as a live DJ unleashes a playlist of Caribbean Soca, Dancehall and Afrobeats.

Dial in to this TOAST session to learn the basics of drawing with charcoal pencil and gouache paint, while creating some ornate floral sketches of your own.

Learn how to create delicious, zero waste food at this Food & Wine cookalong with Cooking with the Stars chef, Tristan Welch.

Observer food critic Jay Rayner spills the beans on his new book, Chewing the Fat, and answers your important culinary questions at this 5x15 livestream.

NextUp's flagship night of virtual stand-up returns with a streamed show from the Pleasance in London. Expect a cast of comedy A-listers that will have you roaring into your screen.

How did Halloween, which began as an ancient Celtic festival, become the global phenomenon that it is today? Explore that question and more with horror author and Halloween expert Lisa Morton, who will be dialling in from sunny LA.

Changing careers can be daunting but it's a lot easier with Stef Sword-Williams in your corner. At this workshop, she'll pass on the self-belief and tactics you need to make it happen.

Reigning queen of the podcast world Elizabeth Day discussses her new novel, Magpie, and the real-life experiences that informed it with fellow audiophile and author Emma Gannon.

The global phenomenon that is The Sofa Singers (elevator pitch: twice-weekly singing lessons and open mic) rolls on with a virtual rendition of Otis Redding's mournful classic.

Get over Hump Day with a restorative and relaxing evening yoga session. All levels are welcome and tickets are pay-what-you-can.

Esteemed pop critic Kelefa Sanneh goes on a freewheeling ride through musical history in an attempt to understand how music both unites and divides us.

Take inspiration from autumn's natural palette to create some dazzling watercolour art. The wonderful Katie Rose-Johnston will be on hand to provide support and instruction.

Grime DJ Saint Ludo puts on a musical masterclass (both the technical side and the business) for Saffron Members and any other women and non-binary people that want to join.

Get a feel for how Ireland used to look as Museum of Childhood Ireland display some sumptously restored images from the 19th and 20th century. The images offer snapshots of turmoil – with shots of the Civil War - as well as more everyday scenes.

Grab a drink and settle in for an evening of high-quality chat with banker-turned-comedian Sindhu Vee and philosopher Dr Mark Vernon.

Tune in across three days for varied sessions on the art and business of poetry. As well as readings from renowned poets, there'll be plenty of opportunities for non-professionals looking to share their work.

New Scientist host Penelope Lewis for a deep dive on Sleep Engineering. The Cardiff University Professor will explain how it's achieved and talk about its cognitive benefits.

Visual artist Joana Vasconcelos invites virtual viewers in for a tour of her Lisbon studio before answering questions about her work and career.

Explore the darkest corners of St Fagans National Museum of History on this spooky virtual tour for kids (12+) and adults. Who knows which of the museum's ghostly characters you'll meet along the way...

Bimini Bon Boulash, one of the breakout stars of last season's Drag Race UK, joins The Guardian to introduce her new book, a candid and moving account of her life before and after drag.

Audience participation is encouraged at this family-friendly variety show for Halloween, which organisers promise will include games and performances from top talents.

Leaning into Freudian theory, this two-day course explores the way women are represented in Horror, referencing classic films such as Peeping Tom and Rosemary's Baby along with more recent titles.

Tuck in to some top chocs - from truffles to artisan bars - at this halloween-themed virtual chocolate tasting from Rococo. No tricks, only treats.

Famous Medium Patti Negri leads a virtual seance on the night of halloween. There are just 24 tickets up for grabs – so grab one quick if you're feeling brave.

Find out what's going to be hot in the world of beauty as Vogue bring together some of the industry's leading figures for an hour-long masterclass.

Activist Tarana Burke and filmmaker Steve McQueen first met for a Guardian feature in 2018, in which they discussed the fallout from Me Too (a movement Burke actually started back in 2008). Here, they continue that conversation and talk about Burke's own story.

Join Restoration London's Monthly Mending sessions to learn all manner of handy darning techniques. Your holey socks will thank you for it.

Make sense of Cop26, the pivotal UN Climate Change Conference, at this Guardian Live hosted by writer and environmental activist George Monbiot.

Learn the art of sales from a true master – whether you're looking to pursue a career in it or simply become more persuasive in your day-to-day life.

Astrologer Kat Wojdyla provides a live astrology reading on the first Friday of every month. Whether you're a precious Pisces or limelight-loving Leo, tune in to find out what the universe has in store for you.

Part of the Guardian Live sessions, journalist Joseph Harker celebrates Black British literature through 50 important texts taking in Olaudah Equiano’s story of enslavement to Michaela Coel’s breakthrough hit Chewing Gum Dreams.

Learn how to work your way through a Quarter Life Crisis, whether you're looking to change careers or make some big life decisions, at this workshop led by career coach Dina Grishin.

The Guardian will be holding the first live interview with this year's (yet-to-be revealed) Booker Prize Winner. Join the stream to find out what shaped their award-winning novel.

Yep, it's that time already. Get ahead of the game by learning how to make your own luxury Christmas crackers, with a little help from the Jo Malone team.

The organisers of this School of Life class believe that confidence is something that can be taught and nurtured over time. Imposter syndrome - be gone.

With No Time to Die in cinemas, now seems like a good time to reflect on some Bondian history. In this session you'll get a peak into 007's wardrobe, and consider how fashion has played a part in the franchise's success.

As the cannabis revolution continues apace, David Nutt shares his cutting-edge research on the drug with How To Academy and reveals its scientific benefits and drawbacks.

A lockdown phenomenon, Uplift are bringing their musical theatre show to a live audience for the first time. It's a hybrid event, meaning you'll be able to stream the action from anywhere if you can't make it in person.

Want to know how Dishoom turn out such tasty food? This live cook-along with its Exec Chef and Co-founder should give you some clues as well as some restaurant-quality dishes to feast on at home.

Get ahead on your Christmas cooking at this Waitrose cook-along event, where you'll learn how to make a centrepiece Christmas pudding from scratch.

Sketch and snigger the night away with four female comics of the highest order at this one-of-a-kind London Drawing Group event.

Discover how tattoo styles have changed through the ages and what informs the designs that are popular today at this fascinating talk with Dr Matt Lodder from the University of Essex.

Get some pointers from The School of Life team on how to speak the language of love more effectively, from understanding the reasons we pick certain partners to overcoming common problems in long-term relationships.

Exploring the "creative connection between writing and drawing" this LDG happening will guide you through a series of creative exercises before inviting you to create your own illustrated poem.

Aimed at children between the ages of 3 and 8, this National Museum Wales event brings Father Christmas to you. The merriment includes a live link-up with some Lapland reindeer and a storytime with the main man himself.