Digital Theatre brings the live theatre experience to your screen by instantly streaming the best theatre productions from around the world anytime, anywhere.
Digital Theatre works in partnership with Britain's leading theatre companies to capture live performance authentically onscreen. Using multiple camera angles and high-definition technology, they bring the drama and emotion of each production to a global online audience.
400-year-old London Globe theatre has recently launched a video-on-demand service, which allows its users access to more than 50 of its productions. According to The Globe, it’s the first theatre in the world to offer its own productions through online streaming on its own platform.
BroadwayHD is an on-demand digital streaming media company. Based in New York City, the company records and distributes live theatre performances and previously recorded theatrical productions through its platform.
National Theatre at Home launched on YouTube on 2nd April, and now, every Thursday (7pm BST/2pm EST) sees a new National Theatre play released – free to watch for one week – along with bonus content including cast and creative Q&As and post-stream talks.
Sadler's Wells presents a programme of full-length dance performances and workshops online, to keep you entertained and connected through dance — wherever you are in the world — while their live stages are dark.
Discover BM's interactive experience online. You can choose to focus on any one of 7,000-odd individual objects, or use Street View technology to wander about the museum itself. The detail is such that you can zoom into display cases and even read the labels.
Three virtual tours allow you to step inside the National Gallery and explore one of the greatest collections of paintings, from the comfort of your home. Experience the Gallery in virtual reality through your desktop, phone or VR headset.
Versailles offers a private virtual tour of the former home of French royalty. Google’s virtual tour allows you to wander the Hall of Mirrors or explore the bedchamber of Marie Antoinette. Themed online exhibitions consider science, music, fashion and astronomy.
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Prime Video is a video streaming service available for Amazon Prime members. With an eligible Amazon Prime membership, you have access to thousands of Prime Video titles at no additional cost. You also have the option to rent or buy movies and TV episodes not included with Prime Video, as well as subscribe to over 100 premium channels with Prime Video Channels subscriptions.
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Quibi is a subscription-based streaming platform designed to deliver short-form scripted and unscripted content to your phone. The name is a mash-up of the words “quick” and “bites,” a nod to the fact that episodes of Quibi shows will run roughly seven to ten minutes in length.