Things to do

SPORTS

Premier League

Watch on Youtube the Premier League Pub Quiz weekly

Formula 1

Need an F1 fix? Join the team on Facebook for a virtual race.

Thursday

7.25pm, PDC Home Tour - Dart's Night.

The PDC Home Tour sees the worlds leading darts players battle it out from their homes each night from 7.25pm. The stars will play each other once in matches played over the best of nine legs, with a winner crowned every evening.

You do have to register to watch on PDCTV or you can watch on youtube.

Sky Sports

Catch up on past matches, sports news and trivia with Sky Sport 

BT Sport

Looking for something to watch, why not try BT Sport. They have put together a collection of clips and sporting events for you to enjoy.

KEEPING FIT

Men's Health

Men's Health have put an article together showing you '21 of the Best Exercises for Beginners to Try at Home'. We know this lock down can be hard on us so why not try some of theses moves in your room.

Obi Vincent

Weekly Videos

Obi Vincent is transforming from Body Builder to a CrossLIFTR. This is a challenge and he is taking you through his journey, teaching you techniques and how to use what you have at home to help you train weekly on his youtube channel.

Every Day

Yoga with Adriene Mishler

Yoga with Adriene was recognized by Google as the most searched workout of 2015, was recognized by The Wall Street Journal, and was awarded a Streamy in Health and Wellness in 2016. On Adriene's website you will find many free workouts available to you and whilst in quarantine why not try out her 30 day challenge.

 

PUB QUIZZES

Monday

7pm, The Pembury Tavern, London

Take part via Instagram Live. This quiz even has prizes – in the past, these have included brewery tours and £20 bar tabs (which will obviously have to be redeemed at a future date, once pubs are open again). If there's a tie, the organisers pick winners at random from the highest scorers.

8pm, The Alexandra, London

Take part via its Facebook page. There are no prizes here, it's just for fun.

Tuesday

7pm, Big Drop Brewing Co.

Take part via its YouTube channel. Organiser James hosts the quiz from a cabin at the bottom of his garden. There are no overall prizes for winning the quiz, but the company says it will try and run some giveaways via the live chat.

Wednesday

7pm, PJ Quiz Co.

Take part via Facebook. Quizmaster Paul Jackson has been hosting pub quizzes for 10 years, but the recent coronavirus pandemic has forced him to take his skills online. There are no prizes, but you can join players from around the world for a bit of fun and "banter". There's another quiz at 7pm on Sundays.

Thursday

10am, The Henry.

Take part via its Facebook page. Wadworth Brewery, in Devizes, Wiltshire, has set up a 'virtual pub' on Facebook called The Henry, where its regulars can continue their chat. Perhaps a little early for some, its weekly online pub quiz takes place at 10am. There's no prize, it's just for fun.

Friday

8pm @TalkSport

Take part in the football pub quiz with Sam Matterface . All you need it a pen, paper and 60 minutes of your time.

EVERY Night

7pm, Goose's Quizzes, Edinburgh

Take part via game streaming site Twitch and fill out the answers on a special Google Form answer sheet – the deadline to submit the form is 5pm the following day, and the winner is announced at the start of the next quiz. While there's no fee, the organisers suggest those taking part donate the price of a pint (£3-£4ish if you can afford it) to help them carry on offering free quizzes.

LIVE SHOWS

National Theatre

No longer feel you are missing out on the creative shows that are on at the National Theatre. You can catch them all on their Youtube channel

The Show Must Go On!

Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber is calling out to all musical lovers who can enjoy a different musical each Friday. Take time out and enjoy them on his Youtube channel.

VIRTUAL TOURS

Natural History Museum

Being stuck at home shouldn't mean you can't enjoy a bit of culture. Take a virtual tour of our very own Natural History Museum

The British Library's Harry Potter: A History Of Magic exhibition

Harry Potter fans can immerse themselves in books, manuscripts and magical objects from the Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition, which first opened at the British Library in 2017. Head over to Google Arts & Culture to experience a sprinkling of HP magic from home.

Hestercombe Gardens

Keeping it local why not take a tour of Hestercombe Gardens in Taunton and enjoy the outdoors virtually.

 

Music

Global Citizen

Celebrities are coming together recording themselves live from their own home in a bid  to help raise funds against COVID-19.

Check out the youtube channel to catch some of your favourite artists.

 

 

Guitar Lessons

Looking to learn something new? Well Fender have put together three free levels of online lessons for you to learn the chords, scales and then to progress onto some songs.

 

Fuller's Virtual Pub

Even though the government has made the decision to close the pubs, Fuller's have found away to connect with everyone with a session each week. They are on Facebook and Twitter.

Wednesday at  8.30pm - The Ultimate Stay Inn Pub Quiz

Friday at 8.30pm - Happy Hour #TheStayInn

Saturday at 8.30pm - #TheStayInn Live