Kaldi Makutike performs Pepper's Ghost written by William Kendridge as part of The Centre for the Less Good Idea's digital season.
Kaldi Makutike performs Pepper's Ghost written by William Kendridge. ©

Photo: Stella Olivier

In the midst of closing borders and confinements, the British Council continues to form connections online between the UK and Singapore, drawing on an amazing global network as we navigate this unprecedented period. We are in fact finding new ways to share perspectives and nurture the understanding of different voices as we remind ourselves and our partners to engage with positive news, connect with others and look to the unceasing beauty of the arts…. In this spirit we’d like to share an update on some exciting culture news that you can enjoy from home…

Sending safe virtual hugs!
Take care and keep well!

Resources - British Council
The show must go on: International theatre online
You can still enjoy great shows from the UK. Performance venues are migrating activity online where it can be accessed from home. The British Council has curated a list of some of the English language international theatre currently available.
Click here: Theatre and Dance 

Covid-19 Music Resources
There is a huge amount happening online – lots of live streams of music shows, drop-in sessions for professional musicians, offers and funds to help music people in need. To help you find a path through this Covid-19 digital music maze, British Council Music Department will be pointing towards some of the best and most useful thing available.
Click here: Music

LiteratureonLockdown 2:#CultureConnectsUs
The second edition of the British Council Literature team's Literature on Lockdown blog is here! This is an overview of the literature scene during the pandemic, with suggestions for things you can read, participate in, and discover while in lockdown.
Click here: Literature


Other Great Online Resources

Online Learning

Online Programmes - Things to Enjoy at Home