The Best Online Streaming Entertainment Options Around The World
In a year that has seen the digital evolution accelerate beyond any expectations, the entertainment industry has taken a particular pivot in the way they showcase their art to the world. Trending in 2021, cultural institutions across the globe are showcasing their offerings through a whole new lens. Check out the best online streaming options around the world, to tune out as you connect through culture, to be consumed anywhere you please.
Stream Sydney Opera House
A new streaming service from the iconic Sydney Opera House, aptly named Stream, has arrived. Designed for you to tune in for exclusive livestreams and get access to a selection of the best from the performing arts, plus explore original new digital programming direct form Sydney Opera House, delivering new content every month. To be enjoyed at home or on the go, from the front row of a Sydney Opera House show whenever you want.
Globe Player, Shakespeare’s Globe’s digital platform
The Globe Theatre continues to survive, spanning centuries as Shakespeare’s Globe launches Globe Player. Streaming more than 130 professionally filmed plays from the Globe’s vaults. The majority of the works are Shakespeare, however there are a couple of surprise tragedies in the mix also.
Metropolitan Opera, The Met
Continuing its immensely popular rollout of past performances, recorded in HD and viewable for free, The Met are putting a different archival production online each night with Metropolitan Opera. Hitting notes to lift the spirits of opera lovers worldwide.
Tai Kwun Online
This former police station and prison complex reimaged into exhibition halls and art spaces has continued it support of culture and arts launching Tai Kwun Online. Showcasing its exhibitions online and putting on shows, collaborating with local talents.
The Affordable Art Fair
Originally held in Battersea London in 1999 creating an alternative and affordable way to purchase art, The Affordable Art Fair has since spread around the world and now in 2021 has emerged with a new iteration in a whole new location with The Affordable Online Art Fair. Featuring works from emerging talent through to establish names from 50 handpicked international galleries to suit every taste, space and spend.
What started as a small private fair in Switzerland in 1970, Art Basel has become one of the trendiest and most well-known art fairs in the world. Known for not only its displayed works, but for its glamorous parties sponsored by big name brands and performances by pop superstars. Generally taking place in Basel, Miami and Hong Kong, the whole collection has moved online with viewing rooms open in place of the event.
Musée du Louvre
Once upon a time, millions would line up for hours to enter Paris’ famed pyramid-shaped art house with a pricing ticket in hand. Now, millions can explore the galleries entire collection, for free. From the comfort of wherever they want to be! 482,000 pieces of art from the museum itself with interactive maps in French, English, Spanish and Chinese to guide your journey through the Musée du Louvre.