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What’s On: The Best Things To Do This Weekend Without Leaving The House

It’s the weekend! Maybe we can’t go outside, but that doesn’t mean we have to do nothing. We’ve rounded up what’s on this week so you can do the most without ever leaving the house.

#1 Tune in to #EarthHourLive

 

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If you haven’t seen the lineup for WWF’s Earth Hour live concert stream, then prepared to be amazed. Montaigne, Cody Simpson, Jack River, Polish Club and so many more on Saturday, March 28 from 8.30 pm AEDT. Details here.

#2 Watch plays from the Hampstead Theatre

 

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If you’re as obssesed with Maisie Williams as we are, get amongst the live stream of her performance in I And You. The best part is it’s free and easy to access over on Instagram for a week fromMonday 23 March 10am – Sunday 29 March 10pm GMT. Details here.

#3 Enjoy Australian Reptile Park livestreams

 

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Since we’ve all gone into isolation, zoos around the world have been doing their bit to sooth our souls. From Monday March 30, The Australian Reptile Park will be getting in on the action. They’re releasing a range of shows and live streams. Details here.

#4 Vote for your fave Drag Queens

 

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If you’ve got a Twitch account, you’ve got a free live drag show, thanks to PRIDE LIVE Footscray Drag Race. There’ll be lip sync battles (yes, you get to vote for the winner from your couch), games and special guests. Details here.

#5 Binge-watch Tiger King already

 

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There’s no way you haven’t heard how obsessed everyone is with Netflix’s latest true crime doco-series sensation,  Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness. There are seven episodes to keep you going. Details here.

#6 Make an appointment to adopt a pup

 

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If you were on the verge of adopting a puppy, seems like now you’ll have plenty of time to get a new fluffball settled in. The RSPCA is taking meetings by appointment, and are asking for volunteers to become Foster Parents. Details here.

#7 Take in the Empire State Building

 

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Got an Empire State of mind but can’t leave the house? Enjoy all the views form a safe distance through the Empire State Building Webcam. They’ll also let you know a schedule of when they’ll be lighting the tower up. Details here.

#8 Bop along to best bands of Memphis

 

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Bring the best of Memphis into your living room, or bedroom, or any room really. Bandsintown.com have rallied the troops an organised a whole festival of local acts for two days live on their Twitch channel. Details here.

#9 Get Cultured by Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

 

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The famous Globe Theatre may have closed its physical doors, but that doesn’t mean you can’t catch the best of Shakespeare. Thanks to Globe Player, you can watch a range of their famous performances whenever you want. Details here.

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