Go virtual with these A-list performing arts shows from the world's best

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  • Friday, 03 Apr 2020

Actor James Corden in Richard Bean's farcical play 'One Man, Two Guvnors', which is part of Britain's 'National Theatre At Home' series. Photo: Handout

Running out of Netflix shows to binge on as the movement control order (MCO) runs down its second phase? How about a dose of world class theatre and more?

With almost the whole world under some form of quarantine, artists and performing arts companies are digging into their digital libraries and making shows available online for free to keep people entertained and cheered up.

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