Upcoming Activities

Members, please visit our private Facebook page and WhatsApp group for zoom/Skype links. Please email cawcactivitiesuk@gmail.com with any questions.

Details on each activity can be found on the Major and Annual Events page.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

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OTHER ONLINE ACTIVITIES

We are currently still fortunate, at time of publication, to be able to move around and meet in small groups.  However, the team have reviewed the activities we have found most fun and updated them to prepare for any lockdowns and to ensure those of use still self-isolating have a source of entertainment at their fingertips.

As ever, please let us know if you have found something that you think will excite our members so we can share with the club members. 

  • Laithwaites continues to offer their virtual wine tasting, meet the winemakers and more events now available in store too throughout the month of November. You can order the kits ahead of time and participate from home or now check out what’s happening locally if you are keen to venture out. For more information and to register for the November events, click here 
  • Are you a bookworm devouring all the new releases? Head to penguin.co.uk/events to check out their latest offerings. Their events range from intimate gatherings to extensive tours, featuring comedians and novelists, chefs and big thinkers.  This month features John Cleese: ‘On creativity’ which is available on the 2nd November.  One not to miss for sure! 
  • Hands-on with 3D Animals. This app has had my kids in stitches.  It allows you to download animal avatars so you can chat to your besties whilst shaped like literally any creature you can think of.  How much fun can this add to your weekly catchups?  9to5google.com 
  • The Shaw Academy are still running their courses for free depending on what you want to do.  Click on the link and take a look at the options.  shawacademy.com/select-your-course-2020.  Lots of people have taken advantage of this in lockdown.
  • The virtual tours of London are still available online and may be removed shortly so getting clicking.  No queues, no payment, no public transport! Time to celebrate!  360.visitlondon.com
  • Sadler Wells have upped their content for free too.  Get comfortable and click through for an inspiring performance on their ‘digital stage’.  This month they are showcasing a ‘life in lockdown’.  May not be for everyone but could be interesting to review from a theatrical standpoint.  Have a browse, join a workshop for just you or for the whole family. sadlerswells.com/whats-on
  • feverup.com is still running its content for everyone to enjoy. They still have their tours available and more than before. Look out for the candlelight concerts, food and drink activities, tours and games with activities, nightlife with concerts and wellness and sport!  Please do book though to avoid disappointment. 
     
  • The Royal Albert Hall are still streaming their content too. Follow the link to royalalberthall.com and you will find their offerings.  They are starting to offer socially distanced tickets too if that is something you think you could be tempted by.  They still have a link for donations which is worth considering and is desperately needed to support them.
  • The BBC have over 6 million shows that you can stream at any time as long as you have a UK TV license. Get online and stream away, both live and catchup shows for all tastes. bbc.co.uk
  • The Royal Opera is still working on the principal that if their theatres are closed then the content is free.  roh.org.uk/streaming
  • Royal Historic Palaces are conducting their normal venue insights and discussions online and new ones have been listed for November.  They are still not checking for membership to take advantage so if you have a thirst for history get online and investigate. 
    hrp.org.uk/listen-to-podcasts-by-historic-royal-palaces/#gs.6pwi8o 
  • The London Symphony Orchestra is still sharing its content for free too. lso.co.uk
  • And finally, don’t forget the British Museum.  You can literally navigate your way around miles of the museum and manage to avoid the gift shop on the way out! blog.britishmuseum.org

Enjoy!

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