#DressUpFriday and Enjoy Yourself!

Smiling Girl in Knitted Bow Tie and Suspenders

Every Friday I am participating in #DressUpFriday and encouraging you to join in. It is a scientific FACT that making an effort on our appearance can boost our overall positivity and self esteem plus, it just makes it feel a bit more...Friyay!

So as to make the most of your outfit, whether it is to work from home or you save donning it for an evening's entertainment, here are some online events you can attend while feeling dapper and dandy.


Why not attend a gig, dance, sing along - no one else is watching so let your hair down!
If classical is more your thing then delight in these treats:
Opera North is sharing it's full Ring Cycle performances:


Recently announced, The National Theatre will be streaming some of their most popular archived shows every Thursday at 19:00 GMT via YouTube from April 2nd starting with One Man, Two Guv'nors (every show will also be available for a further 7 days).
I will be dressing up for this one and enjoying an ice cream at the interval too!
Paris Opera is releasing several shows every week both classical and contemporary:


Maybe you are missing getting lost in some artwork, no fear there are plenty to experience with or without audio guides.
The Serpentine Gallery has provided a variety of exhibitions to experience online including: Catharsis by Jakob Kudsk Steensen 
If you are, like me a fan of Gordon Parks' Photography then enjoy:
Who can resist a Frida Kahlo exhibition: I Portray Myself 

So many incredible exhibitions to enjoy a virtual tour of courtesy of the National Gallery of Victoria (Australia) including a Jean-Michel Basquiat & Keith Haring exhibition and studies of particular works of art...well worth an explore.

P.S I was lucky enough to see their resident exhibition of Indigenous Art in person nearly 10 years ago and I highly recommend it.

Take this opportunity to enjoy an immersive art experience in your living room courtesy of Olafur Eliasson's Rainbow (via Acute Art App)


Admire and be inspired by Comme Des Garcons with a virtual tour of the Collecting Comme exhibition
And if you are inspired after all that then pop by the V&A to design your own Rococo Wig
If you know of any other venues, experiences, performances helping keep us inspired and entertained please let me know and I will add it to the list.

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