Things to do at home during lockdowns: the best online and virtual events happening today

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We are now weeks away, and the UK, like the rest of the world, is still struggling with coronavirus blocking.

Things are difficult there, but there is a silver lining – UK cultural production has moved online, and millions of us have turned to theater shows, live comedy and art exhibitions from our sofas.

Nightlife has also made its way into homes with virtual club nights, and people are finding ways to enjoy live music during test periods.

These are our top picks of things to put online today – be sure to check out our main guide for things to keep you busy at home too.

Watch Benedict Cumberbatch’s turn as Frankenstein

Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller both play the role of the scientist and his monstrous creation in the National Theater’s Frankenstein, which will be posted online at 7 p.m. The first version, with Cumberbatch as a creature, will be available first, with the second version of the production of Danny Boyle available next week.

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Listen to KT Tunstall in concert

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The Royal Albert Hall’s excellent live broadcast series – called the Royal Albert Home – continues this week, with live broadcast from the home of KT Tunstall. He was scheduled to come just after the weekly Clap For Our Carers tonight at 8:15 p.m.

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Tune into The Pink Drag Quiz with Wildcat Gin

One of London’s most popular drag troupes has partnered with the gin brand Wildcat to launch their own online pub. Drag Queen Ginger Johnson at The Queen’s Head will be hosting a 7 p.m. quiz this evening, which will be streamed live on Sink The Pink’s Instagram account. The quiz will then be posted on their Facebook page, but join us live for a chance to win prizes including bottles of Wildcat gin and toilet rolls.

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Enjoy a classic Radiohead concert from the archives

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Radiohead has committed each week to upload images of a classic concert to its YouTube channel. So far we’ve had shows in Dublin, Berlin and Buenos Aires – tune in at 10 p.m. to find out which one is next.

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