National Theatre at Home is bringing culture to your couch and has been adding new plays to its online collection. If you haven’t yet included theatre in your viewing schedule, start with A Streetcar Named Desire. Available for one week from Thursday, May 21st, this Tennessee Williams classic stars Gillian Anderson, Vanessa Kirby and Ben Foster, and was originally staged in 2014, earning rave reviews.  Watch via the National Theatre YouTube channel here.

Stath Lets Flats is the BAFTA award winning comedy that follows hapless Stath as he tries to let flats (you probably worked that out from the title, didn’t you?) In an online short released by the show’s creator Jamie Demetriou this week, we catch up with Michael & Eagle Lettings Agency as they meet on Zoom to figure out how they can keep doing flat viewings during lock down. Spoiler: they can’t. Watch here. Both seasons of the full-length episodes are available on All4.

Want to know how this pandemic will end? Us to. This article from the New York Times features analysis from medical historians about how other pandemics have ended. Read the article here.

We’re loving this visual round-up of how cinemas around the world are responding to social distancing, from Lonely Planet. Cinemas in cities from Berlin to Cork are finding innovative ways to provide socially-distanced cinema, see how here. In the UK, the Luna Cinema is soon-to-launch a drive-through experience, sign-up for more details here.

What’s keeping you entertained during lock down? Let us know, email member@hosb.org.uk