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Croydonites Festival was one of the first events to get struck off by Coronavirus. They had a fantastic line up of rising and well-known talented individuals and groups. However, they are inviting you to get involved with Teatro Vivo’s project, collecting your stories in a series of online interviews. Find out more here.
The National Theatre has decided to stream a live play every Thursday, which you can watch live, for free. This is a perfect opportunity to create a virtual date with friends or family and enjoy the plays by incredibly talented professional actors for free.
The London Mozart Players, who regularly play at Fairfield Halls, are a collection of freelance musicians, whose livelihoods have been badly affected by the cancellation of many concerts. So, they’ve launched an initiative ‘LMP at home’, providing free concerts and live music performances, and requesting donations that’ll go directly to support their players.
Joe Wicks may have become the first global PE teacher, but many of Croydon’s gyms and yoga centres are also offering online classes. MYPT is looking after their clients with online personal training. Croydon Yoga Hub is providing online classes and has tripled its volumes for its class pass holders. They have a motivating offer of £25 for unlimited classes for two weeks. Croydon’s More Yoga also has online classes and offers an intro deal of £5 for 5 days.
We’re going to keep updating Check Out Croydon as we find out about more online events in this unusual time.
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