What’s on in January

What’s on in January

Friday, 1 January 2021 – Sunday, 31 January 2021
Free Admission

Whilst London remains in Tier 4 for a bit longer, we’ve rounded up the very best virtual cultural happenings live streamed from the King’s Road to keep you entertained this January.

Explore Anthropologie’s January calendar (here) for weekly Zoom events designed to expand your interests. Expect workshops from Aecorn and Seedlip, breathwork masterclasses, improvisation techniques and even a watercolour class dedicated to Dachshunds. All events are free to attend however pre-booking is required.

Clarendon Fine Art are giving you the opportunity to discover brilliant new artists from the comfort of your own home. View the virtual exhibition of works by acclaimed artist Danielle O’Connor Akiyama here in a curated of originals which combine impressionism and abstraction, philosophy and aesthetics.

Join the virtual hub at The Chelsea Theatre for a programme of activity designed to support the community. Join a series of workouts include ‘Body Pump’ and ‘Women’s Boxercise’ as well as a cookery classes, community conversations and virtual community choir. The full programme can be found here.

Music-lovers should browse the 606 Club calendar here for live-streamed performances from one of London’s most popular Jazz clubs. Taking place throughout the week, live concerts can be now be enjoyed from the comfort of your own home.

Join playwright Simon Stephens as he talks to some of the world’s leading playwrights about their lives, their work and their relationships with Sloane Square theatre, the Royal Court. Subscribe to the podcast series here.

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