Fascinated by Summer Solstice history and myths? We’ve collected together loads of interesting Summer Solstice facts for you
Celtic Druids are a key part of the Summer Solstice celebrations. Learn about this ancient religion and present-day practices.
Learn about the Green Man; the mysterious figure who is part of the Midsummer celebrations around the world.
With the summer solstice only a few days away, why not take an interactive tour of the most famous pre-historic monument in the world.
Celebrate the summer solstice by watching Emma Rice’s 2016 production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Globe Theatre… from your sofa!
Enjoy a musical, interactive version of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night Live from June 12th – 14th June online.
‘Stay at home’ has been the recent message but some concerts are being streamed online so enjoy an Andrea Bocelli concert live from Rome!
As a company, we are committed to fighting inequality. Enjoy this celebration of inspirational figures in Black history & culture.
As Italy emerges slowly from Covid-19 lockdown, take a virtual tour through centuries of the nation’s rich cultural history.
Create all the joys of the glorious Glyndebourne Opera in your own garden and enjoy Summer Festival performances, screened every Sunday.
The V&A brings the dynamic history of the Kimono to our homes with behind the scenes footage of its ‘Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk’ exhibition.
You can watch ballet online every Wednesday with a new performance from the English National Ballet each week – free to view for 48 hrs.
If you’re missing the opera, or want to give opera a go, you can luxuriate in world-class performances from the Royal Opera House online
Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber is releasing one of his greatest hit musicals every Friday night on YouTube’s The Show Must Go On! at 7pm.
The National Theatre is providing a range of activities to entertain its audiences while theatres are shut.
Stuck and home and looking for a cultural break or need help with a history or art assignment? Have a look at Google Arts and Culture…
Many museums have opened their virtual doors with kids in mind – why not take a look?