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What’s on (virtually) in central London?

Brilliant brands keeping you entertained this lockdown

We’re bringing a whole host of virtual activity to keep you interested and entertained whilst our doors are closed. From online shopping sessions with style experts, to art, crafts and creative workshops, there is a plethora of activity from your favourite brands to keep your spirits high.

We’ll be updating this regularly so stay tuned for more.

A weekly roster of online events – from breathing exercises to watercolour pup painting (of a dachshund) to learning how to improvise – will certainly keep you feeling revitalised, even from afar. These bi-weekly lunch and learns take place at 1pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Discover more here.

Join the at-home reset challenge and sign up to a package of classes, hosted by Barry’s expert trainers, to motivate you to achieve your 4 week goals. Discover more here.

Book an online cheese tasting course – including artisan cheeses delivered to your door – for a fun treat for yourself or a loved one. The sessions are guided by Paxton & Whitfield’s team of expert cheesemongers so you can learn something new while enjoying the finest cheeses in the country. Discover more here.

Philip Mould Gallery has an online and IGTV series 'Art in Isolation' explaining the history behind classic artworks. View previous episodes here.

Life Drawing Shorts for those wanting to sketch your way through the latest lockdown. Learn how to draw Romeo the Pony thanks to this short video guide, available to view online here.

Young artists can also opt to enter artwork into the RA Young Artists’ Summer Show. It is a free, open submission exhibition for students aged 5 - 19 with each piece of artworks judged by artists and arts professionals with selected artworks displayed online and on-site at the Royal Academy of Arts. Find out more here.

Discover Eileen Cooper's unique works created for Angela Carter's seminal novel, Nights at the Circus. Cooper’s work weaves elements of fairy tales and magical realism in a distinctive style, and this virtual exhibition offers the chance to see a new body of work which combines motifs inspired by the literary work and ideas drawn from her own imagination. View the virtual gallery tour here.

Join live cookalong classes from the Smeg St James's Home Economists. These complimentary workshops include recipes for Tiramisu, Risotto, Homemade Pasta and more. Book here.

Enjoy a live-stream class from Ten's brilliant team of trainers online, from mat-based Pilates to Yoga to Prenatal Flow. Book your spot here.

Offering their workouts to you at home, you can enjoy 10+ new virtual classes every week, browse 200+ On-Demand workouts and follow PT Programmes created by their Elite Personal Trainers. Visit their website or social channels for more info here.

For more news on what is going on in your central London neighbourhood, we recommend following our social channels @RegentStreetW1 and @StJamesLondon  as well as subscribing to our newsletter at the bottom of the page.  


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