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Live Streamed Events in London

2016 has seen live streaming, in general, jump to new levels. Whether you’re watching your mate on Facebook, a Boiler Room live stream or wasting two hours watching a live feed of that puddle, there’s now endless ways to join the conversation while it’s happening. Missing out on tickets for events is also quickly becoming a thing of the past, thanks to live streams. And now some of our favourite venues in London are getting involved in the live action. Why see it tomorrow, when you can watch it today?

Louis Theroux: My Scientology Movie

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The godfather of documentaries is coming to London for a special screening of My Scientology Movie and a live Q&A at The Southbank Centre as part of London Literature Festival. As expected, the event sold out pretty damn quickly, but you can still catch Theroux being live streamed in cinemas across the country .  

Find your nearest screening here

Royal Opera House Live

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Eight of this autumn’s shows at the Royal Opera House will be broadcast live for all to view from the comfort of their own home. You’ll be able to stream the likes of Werther, Il trovatore, Norma, Mozart and more. Don’t worry if you’re busy those evenings, all broadcasts will stay on iPlayer for 30 days after it airs.

See the full live broadcast programme here

Royal Shakespeare Company Live

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Did you know you can watch pretty much all of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s performances live streamed worldwide in the cinema? Their upcoming shows include King Lear, The Tempest and Antony and Cleopatra, but you can catch King Lear live streamed from Stratford Upon Avon at the Barbican and other cinemas from 12th October.

Find the full programme here

National Theatre Live

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Following their success on Broadway, the nation’s favourite acting duo Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart come to The National Theatre with Pinter’s comic classic, No Man’s Land. On December 15th for one night only, the play will be broadcast live to cinemas across London so you’ll still be able to catch it even if you didn’t get tickets.

See the list of cinemas the play’s being broadcast to here

 




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