Scroll down to find:
- Our latest update during the coronavirus outbreak
- Links to official advice, support and suggestions of how you can help
- Ways to enjoy theatre and other cuultural activities online
- Lots of things for young people to do whilst at home
- Information and activities aimed at older people
- ...and a few more suggestions!
The SJT is closed for now. You can read our latest updates on the situation here.
Staff are working away behind the scenes, and we can't wait to throw open our doors again! In the meantime, this page will be filled with useful links, resources and more!
Offical government advice.
Offical NHS guidance.
Coronavirus and your wellbeing from MIND
Information for people affected by dementia
How the BBC will keep us informed, educated, & entertained
Information from Two Ridings Community Foundation
Ways you can help!
Follow the government guidelines:
✅ Stay at home
✅ Only go out for food, health reasons or essential work
✅ Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people
✅ Wash your hands as soon as you get home
✅ Join a Facebook group and offer help where you can:
Scarborough and Filey Covid-19 Community Response
Coronavirus Isolation Support in Scarborough UK (and surrounding areas)
Scarborough Covid-19 mutual aid
How can I help, Scarborough U.K.
STRONGER TOGETHER WHITBY DISTRICT during COVID-19
Community Kitchen Scarborough
✅ Check out the Yorkshire Coast Radio Community Board
✅ Donate supplies to the Rainbow Centre etc via supermarket donation bins
✅ Become an NHS volunteer responder
✅ Volunteer via Age UK
✅ Sign up to help the Red Cross or just follow their 4 KIND things you can do to help your community (if you're safe and well):
Keep in touch regularly with family, friends and neighbours – a quick chat on the phone or via social media will raise their spirits and yours.
If you can, be the eyes and ears of your community (but keep that social distance!) by checking on people who may be vulnerable or isolated, finding out what they might need – can you pick up shopping or medicines safely and leave them where they can access them?
No one needs trolley loads of toilet roll! Only buy what you need so that there is enough for everyone, especially those who can’t afford to buy ahead.
Do look after yourself – eating, sleeping and exercising safely (even indoors!) will help keep you well and more able to support others.
Links we have found to theatre and other cultural activities you can access online.
Alan Ayckbourn: What to Watch and Read a list of all things Ayckbourn you can enjoy from the Ayckbourn Archive
Theatre, music and dance shows at home - an ongoing list from The Culture Diary
The National Theatre at home
A huge round-up of theatre content online from What's On Stage
The Shows Must Go On YouTube channel
Theatre and dance to watch online - round-up from The Guardian
Masses of content available on Google Arts and Culture
The Social Distancing Festival, celebrating art from all over the world
The Berliner Philharmoniker's Digital Concert Hall is now free for everyone
Museum exhibits, symphonies, and operas from Condé Nast Traveller
Watch free movies from the IDFA (International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam) collection
Five ways you can still watch plays from TimeOut
Samuel West is reading poems and Patrick Stewart is posting a sonnet a day!
10 broadway shows you can stream for free from Insider
Some fab online content from Tate
Northern Ballet's 1984, available to stream from 3 April
Berlin's nightclubs have joined together to bring you United We Stream
Told by an Idiot are releasing a show a week from their archive
Captured live at London's Orange Tree Theatre, Amsterdam by Maya Arad Yasur is available to watch online for free for a limited time.
Have a look at our page of theatre-related activities, which we will be adding to regularly. Includes a video tour of the SJT!
Loads of activities available from Fantastic for Families, filter-able by genre, age and more!
The team behind The Mystery of Raddlesham Mumps (listen to the studio recording here) have created activities inspired by the wonder of words, available as worksheets or interactive
You can watch The Wind in the Willows, recorded live at the London Palladium
Behind the scenes of The Lion King with Get Into Theatre
Try BookTrust HomeTime for book-related fun
Lots of stories for young people are available on Audible
Imagination games from The Flying Seagull Project
Draw with Rob - draw-along videos from bestselling and multi award-winning author/illustrator Rob Biddulph
Another draw-along series of videos from children's book illustrator Steven Lenton
A round up of bookish ideas if you're at home with the kids
Online resources from NYCC libraries
A selection of Blue Peter quizzes (in fact there is loads online from both CBBC and CBeebies!)
Usborne's archive of Saturday Activities
A round up of 'virtual field trips' from Mrs. Fahrney
Easy indoor activities from Hello Wonderful
Favourite links for home learning from Love My Books
Downloadable mazes from Sean C Jackson
Art videos online from art teacher Marisaa Choate
Story Shed: children's storytelling podcast for kids of all ages
Author and illustrator Tom McLaughlin gives young doodlers helpful hints, tips and tricks
'Finish the Comic!' Comics from Jarrett Lerner
Perhaps you or your young people would like to keep a diary in these strange times?
At home activities from The Boys' Brigade
Whispers From The Museum from Scarborough Museums Trust
Scarborough Dial-a-ride are still operating
Staying safe and well at home from Age UK
Useful information and ways you can support older people from Age UK
Information from Alzheimer's Society
Round-up of creative resources for older people from the Baring Foundation
Chair-based exercises to do at home from Age UK
If you're missing Scarborough - check out these live webcams of North Bay (and there are these from around Yorkshire too!)
Check out these links if you're interested in Alan Ayckbourn, Stephen Joseph or the history of the SJT?
12 virtual tours of museums from Travel and Leisure
Yorkshire Days In from Welcome to Yorkshire
Enjoy virtual tours of landmarks around the world
Free e-books online from Project Gutenberg
Online learning for free from The Open University
Watch the pandas, penguins, tigers and koalas at Edinburgh Zoo on their live webcams!
Need some exercise? Here's a 10 minute at-home cardio workout
Colouring with a difference!
Love our neons? Did you know there's a Neon Museum in Las Vegas?
Play some classic video games online