Online Comedy Show
Thursday 14th – 8:30 – 9:30
This is the stream link for the show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vk1gk0Vf37o
Since the beginning of the lockdown, we’ve been going LIVE every Thursday. That’s right, completely LIVE. Anything can happen!
Watch the stream and interact with us in the YouTube comment section!
Tonight a special show: Online Comedy Panel Show!
Local talents and international professional comedians discuss news, provide performances, play games alongside YOU… the audience.
THE SHOW MUST GO ON!!
Image and Light by: https://creationstation.ch/
This is the stream link for the show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vk1gk0Vf37o
RNLI Facebook Live Pub Quiz
Friday 15th – 8:30
Swanage crew member Matt will be returning as your host for the evening for another fun-filled RNLI Facebook Live pub quiz on Friday 15 May at 8.30pm. Click here to set a Facebook event reminder: https://bit.ly/LifesaverQuiz.
After focusing on the RNLI’s heritage and lifeboats last month, this time it’s all about testing your general knowledge, including some classic pub quiz favourites such as the connections round. Please note, the quiz is free to enter, there are no prizes and you’ll just be playing for fun and family bragging rights!
The quiz is part of our Mayday appeal, which looks a little different this year due to the coronavirus outbreak. Whether it’s hosting a Lifesaver Quiz of your own, sharing a Cuppa for the Crew with your friends, going ‘H2Only’, or keeping active with the Step to it for Mayday challenge, find out how you can do something amazing and help us save lives from the safety of your home: https://bit.ly/Fundraise_At_Home.
Virtual Site Tour: Britain’s Ancient Timber Causeway at Flag Fen
Link coming soon to YouTube!
Built around 3,500 years ago during the Bronze Age, the timber causeway unearthed at Flag Fen is one of the most incredible feats of prehistoric engineering in Britain – it spans over 1km!
Community Archaeologist Ben will be leading us on a Virtual Site Tour of our very first excavation, which helped to unearth a new part of the construction.
LIVE Virtual Day at Chester Zoo – Endangered Species Day Special
Friday 15th – 10 – 4pm
Experience the magical sights & sounds of Chester Zoo… LIVE from your living room! 🏡 📺
So, it looks like lockdown is going to go on a little longer for us and that can mean only one thing… we’re once again bringing the zoo to you!
This time we’re throwing open our ‘virtual gates’ for an Endangered Species Day SPECIAL!
Join us on our Facebook and YouTube pages THIS FRIDAY (15 May) from 10am for a WHOLE DAY of amazing animal antics, putting a spotlight on some of the most incredible, but sadly most endangered, species on the planet. 🌍 ❤️️
Friday 15th – 10:30 – 11:30
Join us to discover the wonderful world of whales.
The Museum’s iconic blue whale skeleton, now taking pride of place in the centre of Hintze Hall, is still providing valuable information on the animal’s whereabouts before it died over 125 years ago.
Meet Museum scientist Natalie Cooper and learn how this historic specimen is giving us a unique insight into the lives of these ocean giants.
Suitable for ages 6+
Hang out with the Nature Live Online team on Tuesdays at 12.00 and Fridays at 10.30 for interactive talks featuring topical discussions with our scientists and cutting-edge research.
All events are free to watch on our website: https://bit.ly/Nature-Live-Online-
We’ve got an incredible number of you interested in this class but we can only host a limited number so please book as soon as you can to secure your place and avoid Matisse FOMO!
“What I dream of is an art of balance, of purity and serenity devoid of troubling or depressing subject matter – a soothing, calming influence on the mind, rather like a good armchair which provides relaxation from physical fatigue.” – Henri Matisse
This is one of three online drawing classes where tutor Frances Stanfield will guide you through Matisse’s playful approach to art making. This second session adopts Matisse’s use of scissors as a image making tool and the first is Drawing with Sticks and the third we have BOTH Frances and Lucy teaching drawing a view from your window. (You don’t have to attend all three!)
Matisse is best known for both his delightfully fluid drawing style and exquisite use of colour, particularly in his simplistic cut out works. In both sessions you will be engaged in mimicking Matisse’s expressive and restlessly experimental way of working to inspire you in your own creative endeavours.
In this class we will be drawing from figurative images made by a number of different artists and from still life.
This class is suitable for ALL LEVELS
Everyone is welcome to join in on this Pay What You Can class… we know this is a difficult and uncertain time for many and we want to do our best to support you – As you are all probably aware, for the three of us at LDG creativity is our life-blood and our only source of income. Please be honest and pay what you can afford and our online classes will be able to run on a donations basis – if you are struggling, consider this one on the house! You just need to email us stating your situation at email@example.com and we’ll make it happen for you.
You will need:
*Paper – you can use colour paper or you can paint/colour in paper prior to the class – Matisse painted his paper with Gouache if you want to really get your Matisse game on!
*A collection of organic matter such as leaves and flowers
*Optional, but handy – pins and a piece of cardboard as big as your paper
OR Masking Tape/Sticky Tape
Please note neither your camera or audio will be on for this session- only the tutors will be seen and heard but you will be able to communicate in the chat if you wish 🙂
THE ZOOM LINK IS EMBEDDED IN YOUR TICKET PLEASE SCROLL TO THE BOTTOM OF THE EMAIL- YOU WILL RECEIVE IT WHEN YOU REGISTER – IF YOU CANNOT FIND IT PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM – IF THAT FAILS, WE HAVE SET UP AN EMAIL WITH THE LINK TO ARRIVE IN YOUR INBOX 2 DAYS BEFORE AND ON THE DAY BEFORE WE START.
And that’s it! We’re really looking forward to you joining us.
The Marie Curie Celebrity Quiz: Kids Trivia Special
Thursday May 14th – 7pm ( also May 19th at 7pm and May 21st at 8:15 )
CLICK HERE TO JOIN THE QUIZ:
Here’s a question for you: what’s the best quiz on the internet? The correct answer is of course… the Marie Curie Celebrity Quiz!
Every week we’ll bring you a new celeb quizmaster. And with a whole range of different topics being tested, our famous faces will push your quiz skills to the limit.
THE LINE UP:
– 14/05 at 7pm: Paul Chuckle presents Kids Trivia
– 19/05 at 7pm: Basil Brush gets Nostalgic
– 21/05 at 8.15pm: Alison Steadman (Pamela) with Gavin & Stacey
– 28/05 at 8.15pm: Jim Carter (Carson) hosts a Downton & more special
– More to be confirmed
HOW TO PLAY:
1. Form a team with your household, on your own, or with friends and family online.
2. Join us on Tiltify using this link: www.mariecurie.org.uk/livequiz (see the pinned post in this Event for more details)
3. Make a donation, if you can, on our Tiltify page to help Marie Curie nurses
4. Mark yourself (no cheating!)
5. Use the comment box to chat to our host and share your scores on the doors!
If you are able to, please donate £5 to take part (or however much you can afford). We rely on the generosity of the public to deliver our care. But along with so much else this year, most of our fundraising activities have been put on hold, so we’re facing a devastating loss of funds.
Anything you donate will go directly to helping Marie Curie Nurses and hospices care for dying people at this unprecedented time of need. We’ve committed to our NHS partners that we will be there to deliver care, and we’ve got to continue to be there.
And that’s not all! Anyone who donates to one or more quizzes throughout the series will be entered into a prize draw to win one of the prizes which have so generously been donated to us, such as:
– one of five Superdrug self-care bundles
– a John Lewis voucher worth £50
– an overnight stay at Beachcroft Beach Huts in East Sussex, breakfast included
So, register your interest or click attend, good luck and let’s get quizzing!
Ts and Cs
Donations can be made through Paypal via the Tiltify livestream or you can text NURSE to 70544 to donate £5 (‘Texts cost £5 plus standard network rate. Marie Curie receives 98% of your donation.’
Winners will be randomly picked from their PayPal account details. If you donated by text, or if you want to enter without donating, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘Prize Draw’. Winners will be contacted via their email address.
For full terms and conditions visit
Friday 15th – 1 – 2pm
Join us on Friday 15 May 1- 2pm for a cuppa and a conversation about The Big Lunch, a thanksgiving for neighbours. Let’s all sit down together (virtually). Share ideas from each others neighbourhoods and of course we can chat about The Big Lunch and what is possible in 2020. We welcome newcomers as well as people already part of The Big Lunch and Eden Project Communities.
You will need to register in advance here –
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Sunday 8pm – 9pm
🎁 Prizes list:
– 2 HOUR PRIVATE WALKING TOUR in London with our tour guide Vincent ( worth £100)
– £50 HOUSE OF SPELLS GIFT CARD
– HARRY POTTER Illuminating WAND (£36 value)
– PASTA REMOLI home delivery BOX (worth £35)
– 2 x FREE TICKETS for CARBONARA DAY 2020 (worth £30)
– £25 AMAZON GIFT CARD offered by Petra
– THE BOROUGH MARKET COOKBOOK by Ed Smith, published by Hodder & Stoughton (worth £25)
(more prizes coming soon!)
For more info go to https://www.facebook.com/events/542945143299238/
Saturday 11 – 12:30
Join Luisa Maria MacCormack as we travel from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment, exploring the Great Women Artists of the Western Canon.
Did you know that of the thousands of paintings on display at the National Gallery, only 20 were created by women? Did you know that only around 5% of the work major permanent collections worldwide is by women artists? Did you know that on average Less than 5% of the artists in permanent collection’s modern art sections are women, but 85% of the nudes are female? Can you name five female artists who lived before the twentieth century? Can you answer Linda Nochlin’s infamous question; WHY HAVE THERE BEEN NO GREAT WOMEN ARTISTS?
If not, its hardly surprising, the narratives of female artist have long been passed over by the patriarchal powers that be in favour of male perspectives, but this erasure was not complete, and this session aims to shine a light on the incredible female artists working in the western canon from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment.
We will discuss their lives, immerse ourselves in their works, explore the battles and prejudices they faced and how their artwork is being slowly resurrected to act as a symbol for the contemporary feminist movement.
For more info go to : https://www.facebook.com/events/3512461975433846/