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Stay Connected: The Best Online Events in the UK & Ireland
Stay Connected: The Best Online Events in the UK & Ireland
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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
Colección de 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.

This five-day festival brings together female leaders from around the world for workshops, panel discussions and mentoring sessions. For attendees, it provides lots of handy self-development techniques and a big dose of "I can do it too" inspo.

Twerk-out at this IWD-themed daytime extravaganza with the help of four dance teachers and then show off your moves at the afterparty.

The popular life drawing class returns for more flourescent fun over Zoom. Materials will be sent out to ticket holders ahead of time so you can put your crayons away.

This epic Secret Theatre production puts six disgraced celebrities at the mercy of a global online audience tasked with deciding their fate. Will you show clemency?

Put on your dancing slippers and join this online rave, which aims to replicate the vibe of a club with a virtual smoking area and backstage passes that allow you to connect directly with the performers.

The Bechdel Sound Test, a collective that champions women in music, has a whole weekend of activities planned for IWD, including this live yoga session set to a soundtrack of ambient sounds from female artists and producers.

Hear from some amazing womxn, from comedians to cooks, at this "feminist show and tell" in which each speaker gets five minutes to share something inspirational.

Difficult colleagues: we've all had them and things can quickly escalate when you're only able to connect through a screen. Business psychologist Clive Lewis shares some tips for preventing and resolving conflicts.

What remains of Roman London? Find out on this virtual tour with a qualified tour guide.

This virtual journey into space covers astronomical phenomena in a way that is both escapist and educational. There are different sessions throughout the day for children at specific stages of the curriculum, plus adult-friendly sessions.

Create some dainty wire birds out of copper wire at this craft-along with dab-hand Zack McLaughlin. Templates and materials can be sent out to ticket holders before the event - just select the 'Kit Included' option when purchasing.

Hula-hoop your way to rock hard abs and have a blast at this beginner-friendly class led by Guinness World Record Holding Hula-Hooper Amazi.

Give yourself something to look forward to on Monday evenings by tuning into this weekly yoga session led by Olivia Festy.

Lurking round cemeteries isn't just for goths. Take a virtual tour around Hampstead Cemetery and learn about the notable women from history buried there.

Wakey-wakey! Gina Poe presents some fascinating research into how sleep affects our neural functions and shares some practical tips for making the most of your shut-eye.

The world needs more beekeepers! Attend this seven class course to learn more about the insects and how to keep them.

Collage Club's 'We Stick Together' mantra has never been more apt and though IRL events are off the table for now the format works just as well over Zoom. Bring scissors, glue, paper and a rich imagination for this architecture-themed edition.

Perfect your home brew and get your coffee questions answered at this regular lunchtime masterclass with Climpson & Sons.

Insta is not just for sharing pics of your dog and/or breakfast. It can be a handy tool for artists, creators and small businesses to promote their work, as this workshop aims to demonstrate.

The gyms are closed so why not take the opportunity to explore some less traditional forms of exercise. starting with the BadAss Women of Burlesque.

The HB team have lined up an impressive roster of talent for their IWD happening, with activist, model and entrepreneur Iman among the line-up of female speakers. If you wish to really make an evening of it, the Premium Admission ticket includes a mailed-out gift box.

NextUp have been putting on some of the best virtual comedy gigs around during lockdown. Catch emerging and established comics every Thursday - it's free for NextUp members.

Did somebody say pizza party?! Join Cosmopolitan Magazine and the Good Housekeeping Institute to learn how to make takeaway-beating pizzas from scratch.

The Last Tuesday Society is a cult favourite in normal times and, thankfully, the Hackney-based bar has decided to open its virtual doors for regular workshops, focussed on teaching the principles of bartending and classic cocktail styles.

If Greek food is your thing then this Oliveology event is one to add to your calendar. Ticket holders will be sent some miniatures of Metaxa (a Greek variation on brandy) and some goodies to match them up with on the call. Feast-worthy.

Equal parts conjury and concert, singer Matt Cardle and magician Michael J Fitch join forces to put on a family-friendly Friday night show.

The inaugural Vagina Festival, according to its organisers, will be "an all inclusive night of storytelling, poetry and art, all in the name of celebrating body honesty and raising money". Poets Hollie McNish and Miss Yankey headline plus open mic acts.

Treat Mum to a chocolate tasting masterclass with Rococo, where she'll sample some of their award-winning chocs and learn about their production. Or, you know, just treat yourself.

5x15's March line-up is looking particularly enticing, with Children's Laureate Michael Rosen topping a bill that also includes Wahaca co-founder Thomasina Miers and social entrepreneur Lee Lawrence.

Gal-dem editor Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff chairs a conversation with three brilliant writers, exploring their personal recollections of race, identity and belonging and how it has shaped their work.

The storytelling duo behind Racontesse have made it their mission to turn more readers onto short stories, so often overlooked in favour of longer-form formats. Here they present two classics of the genre and explore what makes them so effective.

Explores the rituals, ceremonies and cultural nuances that underpin Japanese cuisine at this engaging talk with writer and artist, Azumi Uchitani.

London Drawing Group invites three amazing authors to discuss the nature of drawing and what it means to them.

Learn how to make a wonderfully intricate paper butterfly with the help of artist Zack McLaughlin. Prior to the workshop Zack will send you a box of materials – unless you choose the 'workshop only' ticket option.

Empowering South Asian women to be "activists of their own future", this (now) online festival promises to smash stigmas and stereotypes across three hours of culture, conversation and art.

Get away from your screen, do something mindful and create some body positive art at this virtual life drawing class.

Over ten online sessions with over 60 experts, get equipped with the strategies and solutions you need to act on climate and become a change-maker.

The podcast phenomenon rolls on with another round of fun and games with special guests Suzi Ruffell and Rachel Parris. Let's hope they never move out.

On the last Friday of each month, get introduced to cutting edge creative talent beamed in from all over the world and cut shapes on a virtual dancefloor.

Light up cosy season with a homemade, eco-friendly soy wax candle made at this fun online workshop led by an expert.