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Norfolk Libraries recommends

A changing selection of interesting and stimulating links and resources from other organisations.

Music, dance and theatre

Norfolk Music Hub

Includes a series of interactive music workshops for young people

Pete’s Music

Norwich-based musician Pete Murdoch runs fun baby and Toddler music sessions from his Facebook page.

Royal Albert Hall

Streaming exclusive free sessions from artists' homes to yours.

What’s On Stage

Stage shows, musicals and operas that you can watch for free online.

The New York Metropolitan Opera

A different archival production goes live at 7:30pm each night and remains online for the next 23 hours.  

Girls Like That (for ages 13+) Unicorn Theatre

From London's Unicorn Theatre, this production of Evan Placey's Girls Like That is a raw account of adolescent anxiety, shaming and self-belief.

Sadler’s Wells

Free dance workshops for all ages.

Arts, making and doing

Norfolk Adult Learning

A range of online courses.

Frozen Light Theatre Company

Five great creative resources for those with learning disabilities.

Print to the People

A brilliant selection of printmaking ideas and lessons as well as self-development advice and guidance for artists.

Common Sense Media

A curated range of creative activities for families and children.

Artists from The Sainsbury Centre in Norwich have produced some wonderful educational resources.


Norfolk Museum Service

Find out what activities you can do at home, as well as online exhibitions.

The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge

Join Virtual MUSE workshops to access films and get creative with a variety of self-led activities. New activities are added regularly, and you can take part any time.

Somerset House

What's on at London's working arts centre.

The British Film Institute

For a definitive guide to the history of film and television.

Google Arts & Culture tours: international museums

Google’s Arts & Culture platform have digital documentation of more than 1,200 international institutions, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Uffizi Gallery in Florence as well as smaller but well-loved spaces like Amsterdam’s Van Gogh Museum and the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum in Lisbon. From virtual tours to high definition images of works from the collections, you could get lost for hours on this site.

The Living Knowledge Network

A UK wide network which has archived some of their excellent interviews and features. The Living Knowledge Network is a UK-wide We celebrate libraries as spaces of vital cultural significance.

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