Here’s our preview of the talks, performances and other content you can enjoy online this week.
Let’s start with the National Theatre, who are screening their 2011 production of Frankenstein from 30 April. Featuring Benedict Cumberbatch as the creature, the play was directed by Danny Boyle and adapted from Mary Shelley’s novel by Nick Dear. The production screens each evening from 7pm until 8 May.
Moving on to dance, English National Ballet artistic director Tamara Rojo is leading a masterclass on 29 April at 11am UK time. Then later in the day the company is streaming its production of Akram Khan’s Dust via Facebook and YouTube.
And, if that gets you in the mood to move, it is also International Dance Day on the 29th. Online classes are taking place all day with instructors including Rachel Sheil, Veronika Sardiko, Mihaela Griveva and Maria O’Malley.
In opera, Opéra National de Paris is streaming Bizet’s Carmen, in a production by Calixto Bieito, until 3 May. Bertrand de Billy conducts, with Elina Garanca in the title role, Roberto Alagna as Don José and Maria Agresta as Micaëla. Meanwhile on Friday 1 May Vienna State Opera kicks off a month of nightly streams with La Bohème from 2019, with Marco Armiliato conducting.
In classical, Berlin Philharmonic shares a chamber version of Mahler’s 4th Symphony on 1 May. Led by chief conductor Kirill Petrenko, it will be broadcast at 11am on Das Erste.
Finally, while IETM’s spring plenary in Tromsø is off, there is still a chance to take part digitally. Running on 30 April, the programme is themed around art and activism. It begins at 12:00 CET.