The Art House presents

The Art House, at Your House

16 Apr - 31 Dec 2020



The Art House, at Your House.

The stage may be closed but the show can go on(line)! There's a mountain of digital content out there, so we've highlighted some recommendations to make the choice easier!

We’ll continue to update this page for your online theatre fix.


Jump StART Youth Theatre (paid) - Winter Holiday Workshops on sale now for years 5-12, all held via Google Classroom and Zoom

CDP Digital (free) - explore shows like The 91-Storey Treehouse and Gruffalo's Child including video, activities, craft

Windmill At Home (free) - videos, full theatre shows, story time, interactive activities, arts & crafts by

The Little Critters Club (free) - music, stories, arts & crafts by Little Match Productions

The Owl & The Pussycat TV (free) - new episodes every week from the adventurous duo of this classic story


Adelaide FringeVIEW (some free, some paid) - the Fringe online! A variety of local and international talent of all performing arts


Australian Ballet (free) - cinema quality full-length performances

Dance Rites 2019 (free) - First Nations dance competition on the Sydney Opera House forecourt


Sydney Theatre Company Virtual (free) - Australian theatre artists incl. Tim Minchin and Helen Thomson share short personal videos, perform scenes, and read novels/poetry


Hamilton Streaming Exclusively on Disney+ July 3rd 

Art Centre Melbourne's Big Night In (free) - weekly live show Wednesdays 7PM. Aussie artists/musicians with host John Foreman

The IsoLate Late Show (free) - weekly live-streamed concert raising money for Australia’s creative workforce Fridays 8PM AEST

Sydney Symphony Orchestra: Beethoven Nine (free)

Andrew Lloyd Weber Musicals (free) - world-famous, smash-hit musicals every week to your sofa Friday 7PM BST (videos available for 48hrs)

Events by Central Coast Artists, Creatives + Companies

Jopuka 'Under The Blue Blood Moon' (by donation)

Curious Legends Newcastle (free) - live workshops for kids and parents in lockdown exploring performance, puppetry, clowning, dance, storytelling