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Quirky Things To Do Online
The night out? Yep, we remember it well, and while it's changed a little recently, that's not to say you can't be creative inside of four walls (or five if you're lucky). From burlesque courses and online tours to karaoke in your living room, these unique events are putting the living back in to living room. Check out our recommendations for fun things to do online during isolation, all streamed directly to you.
Is it a party? Is it a quiz? Whatever it is, Sounds Familiar Music Quiz is bound to have you dancing on your sofa and singing into your hairbrush by the end of the night. Gather your housemates, pour yourself a drink and prepare for a raucous evening.
Shake, Rattle and Roasted are combining murder mysterious and dating events to bring you a fun online experience. You'll be teaming up with like-minded individuals in your quest to find the Watson to you Holmes and uncover who killed the prom queen.
Trying to give a dram about what you get up to at home right now? So are the Dram Team. Not only are they sending you delicious tasters of some of the best whisky in the biz, they're running an online masterclass so that you can learn about all the drinks in front of you.
Celebrate Chinese New Year this February with an all-new virtual masterclass from Diner Ladies. Whip up the ultimate vegan 'fakeway' with scallion pancakes, fiery chilli tofu with sweet 'n' sour sauce and perfect rice, with class entry, ingredients and all the party extras you need.
Up your vino-related IQ knowledge with an educational evening of drinking at Quarantine Wine Tasting. Whether you want to learn about the grapes from France, Italy or elsewhere, this online event will guide you through six bottles from the region.
Watching the Super Bowl at home this year? Create the ultimate quirky night in with Bad Sports who have created 55 treasure chests that come packed with booze, tacos and hot dog kits, commemorative t-shirts and plenty more to help you become a buccaneer.
Gather up your bubble and spend the evening putting your heads together to solve the most gruesome of crimes. A murder has taken place on the shiny new 'Express Line' and it's up to you to find the perpatrator, you'll have to track clues and interview suspects, before the clock runs out.
One of the best luxury tasting events on the internet these days, this unique offering from Winfield Wines is teaming up with Hotel Chocolat to bring you stunning at-home soiree so you can get stuck into 6 wine samples and a mouthwatering chocolate selection from your own sofa.
Antidote is a playful events company, creating opportunities for people to shake off the day through uplifting and unusual music, dance and games sessions online. Expect a wholesome escape without any of the seriousness of everyday London life dragging you down.
This virtual immersive experience is challenging you to team up with a convict and help him to escape the corrupt prison guards. For the full experience, be sure to order a bottle of hooch, smuggled out from the Alcotraz itself.
Delve into the capital's darker side with an online trip from Historic London Tours. Your guide will be taking you through some of the most gruesome events as you learn about an 18th-century ghost, Middle Age executions and the Black Death.
Looking to get your steps in? Join this dancing duo as they guide you through a series of fun classes aimed at all ages, including afternoon sessions for parents and kids, or a happy hour special where a glass of something fizzy is required.
Explore some of France's finest vinos with Winfield Wines' guided tasting. Priced at just £55 per household, the event will have you sipping from six different bottles from numerous regions whilst learning about the history and flavour profiles of each one from a qualified educator.
If you're looking to invest more time in yourself in 2021, then why not log on to this virtual painting session. Meet like-minded individuals while learning a new skill and creating your very own masterpiece at one of Thirty Painter's online events.
One of the best online fitness classes to get involved with this February, this quirky offering brings together classic flow and tasty food as you'll be guided through how to make a delicious shakshouka, followed by an hour of revitalising yoga.
One of the best things to do online this lockdown, this unique wine and cheese-tasting evening is here to show you some stunning examples of both. And the best part? They'll be sending you all the samples in advance.
Hosted by some of the funniest comedians in the biz, this online show combines laugh out loud entertainment with brain busting trivia. Tackling topics that include the class system, fear and competitiveness, it's perfect for those with curious minds.
One of the best online art classes to take part in this lockdown, Forbiddendog's quirky workshops are bringing you life drawing events inspired by kinks, fetishes and all manner of sex and body-positive themes.
Looking for unique things to do online this January? Log onto Callooh Callay's premium whisky tasting masterclass, hosted by their head bartender. Promising to be the perfect Burns Night treat, the session will take you through a number of sublime Scottish malts.
A must for restless yogis or those of you looking for quirky things to do at home, Face Pack Yoga is a fun and relaxing online class. Over the evening, you'll be taught how to make a natural mask before finding your inner zen with a candlelight meditation and stretchy session.
From virtual wine tastings to events where you can meet the winemaker, West London Wine School is shaking up your social-distancing with a journey around the world of vino. Fancy learning something new? Now's your chance.
Whether you're planning an at home date night, or are keen for a little bit of flatmate bonding, Map Maison's virtual cocktail masterclasses are the perfect solution. Ahead of the event you'll be sent a kit of all the ingredients and equipment needed, before signing into Zoom for step-by-step guidance.
Are you coo-coo for craft beer? This fun online tasting is a great way to keep exploring your passion during lockdown. You'll be sent a lineup of classic beer styles to sample, complete with a tutored sip-along from a brewing expert.
A must-do for any lover of all things crime drama, this immersive online event will see you sifting through evidence and interrogating the suspect, all before their 24 hours in police custody runs out. Don't manage to secure a conviction? Your suspect will be released back into the general public.
The best Quirky online event? We may have just found it. Join Neon Naked Life Drawing for a wacky art workshop that'll have you letting your creativity fun free, all with the help of some UV light and glow-in-the-dark paint.
Who said self isolation doesn't have to be sexy? Learn about your body and gain a world of confidence with this online burlesque class, ranging from beginners courses to longer online experiences for those looking to get some real shimmy shaking under their belt.
If you're looking for something quirky to do while in lockdown, brunch up your sensual massage skills with Intimacy Matters. Their range of workshops, events and parties are designed to hep you get in touch with your sexual side in a positive and welcoming setting.
You've been summoned as a remote juror for a new kind of online trial. All you know? There's a fire, a dead man and a guilty plea for arson. Will you get to the bottom of what happened? Or will you risk sending an innocent man down for a crime he didn't commit?
Looking to keep your little ones entertained? Big Fish Little Fish's family kitchen raves are sure to do the job, with weekly live-streamed festivals that'll have your tots on their toes for two hours as they jump around to eclectic beats, with everything from electric tunes to jungle boppers.
Take part in this quirky wine tasting session from the comfort of your own home. You'll get to try six delicious wines of different styles with the guidance of a WSET qualified educator, giving you a whole new skill when you come out of quarantine.
Have yourself a living room hoedown this month and bag yourself a bottle or two of Cassidy's finest. Their speakeasy-themed series of quality cocktails will be 'smuggled' to you, complete with fun video content and quirky emails for the full bootlegger's experience.
From Veganuary favourites to mac n cheese-smothered burgers fit for a meat lover's dream, Dirty Bones have something for all your lockdown needs. Nab yourself one of their DIY kits, complete with junk food faves, pre-batched cocktails and cookie dough.
Join experimental theatre collective ANTS this January as they bringing you their all-new immersive show. Mixing escape room elements and interactive theatre, the events will see you and your household play an important part in the action.
30 plays in one hour? The Dirty 30 II: Electric Pay-Per-View are taking their acclaimed show online, bringing you an innovative theatre experience where you get to decide the order in which the plays are performed and can pay what you want for the evening.
Looking for quirky things to do online? VIPER SQUAD: Remastered is a thrilling immersive event where you become a member of a highly-effective government unit that's been hired to stop a robbery in progress, it's sure to make for one unique experience at home.
Love a good horror film? A fan of creepy stories? Then Darkfield, an immersive audio experience, is perfect for you. Grab a mate and spend your evening sitting opposite each other as you listen to the brilliant show that'll have you questioning if your mate is who they say they are.
Looking for fun things to do in lockdown? Social Isolation are hosting a series of events to help raise money for charity, from bonkers bingo sessions to fun quizzes, finishing off with a virtual dancefloor for living room discos.
Promising to liven up your living room Art Sippers' lineup of events will see you getting busy with a paint brush while meeting like minded creatives. Suitable for all abilities, the online class is the perfect way to tune out of the everyday and let loose with a canvas.
Treat yourself to a quirky night in with this online murder mystery. You'll have to put your detective skills to the test by examining evidence and interrogating suspects after a controversial celeb is found dead during the filming of a popular ballroom dancing show.
To mark Chinese New Year, Opium will be hosting a virtual cocktail class, spilling the secrets on how they create their most popular drinks. Tickets include ingredients, premium spirits, garnishes, mixers and a measuring jigger, perfect for two.
While most scavenger hunts require you to scamper your way all over the city, this one is bringing the adventure to your own front room. Connect with family and friends for this problem-solving game as you go head-to-head, taking on quirky challenges via video call.
Back for lockdown 3.0 with their brand of bizarre bingo-ing, Cribs is the at-home entertainment we need this month. Grab a ticket for the chance sing, dance and dab your way towards some epic prizes and hilarious activities.
Ever wanted to know the history of gin? This online masterclass from Callooh Callay it taking you from the golden age of cocktails to Prohibition and renaissance of the spirit, with bespoke concoctions to help illustrate each period of time.
If you're looking for a way to counteract the stresses of 2021, then why not give this online CBD class a go? Ahead of time you'll be sent a variety of products to try, with an expert guiding you through the samples, with the chance to ask questions too.
Sipsmith knows a thing or two about mixing up the perfect tipples. And now? You can learn the tricks of the trade, with an online class teaching to all there is to know about mixology. Tickets include the ingredients you'll need as well as live guidance.
From virtual masterclasses to incredible gift boxes, the Magic Hour is injecting a dose of fun into your at home proceedings. Learn incredible tricks that are sure to knock the socks off your loved ones, with personal guidance from one of the UK's top talents.
One of the best things to do online for Valentine's Day, this fun cocktail class is the perfect way to celebrate the day of love. Join the team from The Last Talisman as they guide you through a series of concoctions which you can then spend the rest of the evening enjoying.
A must for escape room fans, Escape The Mailbox is a free monthly immersive event that you can enjoy at home. Simpy sign up and you'll receive a different game every month, tasking you to crack clues and decipher puzzles to uncover the truth.
Watch a lineup of hilarious standup comedians at Crack Comedy's online events. Adding some much-needed humour to these unprecedented times, comedians will range from talented fresh faces to well-known acts from the TV.
The green-fingered among you should be nabbing tickets to this fun terrarium workshop that's bringing a little extra life into your lockdown. Log on and enjoy a guided craft class after which you'll have your very own tiny ecosystem to enjoy.
Going from real-life dating events to virtual meet-ups, Date In A Dash is undoubtedly a quirky thing to do online while in lockdown. Experience drunk Jenga, dating horror stories and Cards Against Humanity, which offers a whole new way to meet like-minded people.
The Regent in Balham are answering all of your Tier 4 lockdown woes with banging Sunday roasts, drool-worthy raclette and Aussie Day boxes in London. Get your fix of restaurant-quality eats with minimal fuss and handy instructions on how to reheat it all.
On the hunt for quirky things to do online? Try logging onto Drag Aerobics, a fun-fuelled dance class that doesn't even feel like exercising. Hosted by the fabulous Dolly Trolley, this quirky experience will have you grooving along to a soundtrack of classic pop tunes.
This interactive whodunnit will have you gripped as you work to uncover who murdered the young music mogul, Ryan Lowell. But this isn't just a one-off evening experience - instead, the murder mystery pros will post a new video on their social media every evening for two weeks, leaving you time to formulate your theories before the grand reveal.
Swivel, strut, scuff your way through this eclectic class that's teaching you how to line dance with the best of them. Whether you're a novice or a Stetson-toting tush-pusher, this quirky online event is just the thing to add a little extra spice to your Saturday.
Let those creative juices flow with a fun follow-along painting class. Purchase a Paintvine voucher for the chance to gain full access to their online tutorial, alongside getting a load of supplies delivered direct to your door.
Not your average night in, Moriarty's Game: A Killer in the Hive is the online experience that will have you joining the Home Office's HIVE programme, solving crimes and tracking a dangerous criminal to uncover a mysterious truth.