Royal Opera House launches free online content for the culturally curious during coronavirus crisis

As people adjust to the necessary changes being implemented across the country due to the coronavirus pandemic, keeping everyone in the household entertained is bound to get a bit tricky.
Curiusbrand Team
January 25, 2021

As people adjust to the necessary changes being implemented across the country due to the coronavirus pandemic, keeping everyone in the household entertained is bound to get a bit tricky.

Bring the ballet to your front room during April (Image: skeeze)

Disney Plus launched in the UK today and will be bringing 500 films, more than 350 TV series – including the much-anticipated Star Wars spin-off The Mandalorian – and 26 exclusive originals from documentaries to brand new movies.

Disney Plus is offering a free, seven-day trial which can be accessed on a number of devices including TVs, games consoles, tablets, computers, mobile phones and Sky Q. You can find out more information here.

And Audible Stories is a new, free streaming service offering kids of all ages access to hundreds of audiobooks. There’s no membership or password needed, just pick a book and start listening. You can find out more here.

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