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The Shows Must Go On! Ramin Karimloo heightens each sensation with this spellbinding version of the Music of The Night live from the Royal Albert Hall accompanied by Sierra Boggess! From Phantom of The Opera at the Royal Albert Hall (2011): In celebration of the 25th Anniversary of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera, Cameron Mackintosh produced a unique, spectacular staging of the musical on a scale which had never been seen before. Inspired by the original staging by Hal Prince and Gillian Lynne, this lavish, fully-staged production set in the sumptuous Victorian splendour of London's legendary Royal Albert Hall features a cast and orchestra of over 200, plus some very special guest appearances. Donate to these worthwhile arts causes: UK: Buy and Keep The Full Show Here:

NOVA Can Wind Turbines Make You Sick? Residents living in the shadows of wind turbines say the sound is making them sick. But so far the science isn't there. Librarian Connection About EarlyWord Welcome to EarlyWord. Thanks for joining us. Below is some information on the site. Every day, we post stories about books you need to know: Each Friday, we post our New Title Radar, to alert you to the titles you need to know the following week; the ones that will grab headlines, new titles by repeat popular authors and a “Watch List” of books that may take off through word of mouth.Throughout the week, we issue holds alerts on titles that are building unexpectedly long wait lists, readers advisories on titles with popular appeal, plus information on media attention on books.On Thursdays, we look at best seller lists, highlighting debuts and breakout authors.We also alert you to books being made into movies.You can sign up for our RSS feed, follow us on Twitter, or, if you don’t need daily information, you can also sign up for our weekly newsletter, delivered every Friday. In addition to book news, EarlyWord offers many other features:

Culture in Quarantine We will be broadcasting six of our plays on the BBC between now and September. As part of the BBC's plans to keep bringing arts to audiences during the Coronavirus pandemic, you will be able to watch six of our shows from the comfort of your own home over the next few weeks: Macbeth (2018), directed by Polly Findlay with Christopher Eccleston and Niamh Cusack Hamlet (2016), directed by Simon Godwin with Paapa Essiedu Romeo and Juliet(2018), directed by our Deputy Artistic Director Erica Whyman Much Ado About Nothing (2014), directed by Christopher Luscombe Othello (2015), directed by Iqbal Khan with Hugh Quarshie and Lucian Msamati The Merchant of Venice (2015), directed by Polly Findlay Details of the broadcasts are yet to be announced, but we will keep this page updated so you don't miss a thing. Alongside these productions, we are creating activities to support students as they watch the plays in their homes.

How to watch our free Globe Player films Experience the magic of the wooden O from the comfort of your very own home as we release six of our Globe Player films for free over the next couple of months. From Monday 6 April at 7.00pm on YouTube, you’ll be able see some of our much-loved productions from Shakespeare’s most famous stage. Hamlet (2018), Romeo and Juliet (2009), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2013) and The Two Noble Kinsmen (2018), plus two previously unreleased titles The Winter’s Tale (2018) and The Merry Wives of Windsor (2019), will all be available for free, one on rotation every two weeks.

Coronavirus (COVID 19): list of online education resources for home education We have brought together an initial list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home. These websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages. The list includes subject-specific resources for: The ECML launches a treasure chest of resources for learners, parents and teachers in times of Covid-19 Are you a parent struggling to find motivating activities to support your child’s language development at home? Or a language teacher adapting your pedagogy to online delivery? Perhaps you are a student, who would like to use this opportunity to have some fun while working on your language skills? If so, the new ECML treasure chest is for you. With special thanks to the creativity and dedication of the “EOL” project team – Learning environments where modern languages flourish – and the “ILLEY” project team – Inspiring language learning in the early years – as well as with input from other language professionals involved in ECML activities, a treasure chest is currently being created where learners, parents and teachers can find precious gems – state-of-the-art resources which lend themselves to the current challenges of learning and teaching at home and online. We will continue to refine the contents of this treasure chest in the coming days and weeks.

Online Learning Resources - National Geographic Learning - NGL ELT National Geographic Learning is committed to bringing learning to life - in person, and online. We want to help teachers continue to bring the world to their learners, no matter where they are. This site is updated regularly with new webinars, training videos, blog posts and other free professional development resources to help you make the transition to teaching online. Free teaching resources are now available to help you talk about COVID-19 with your young learners and teens. The President and the Plague: Tracking the Toll of Trump's Failure This story appears in the May 2020 issue of Rolling Stone, on newsstands May 5th. While Americans died of the modern plague, President Trump sang happy birthday to a fading Fox News personality. On March 7th, a who’s who of the Republican establishment gathered at Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s lavish retreat in Florida, for the 51st-birthday party of Kimberly Guilfoyle, one of the former co-hosts of The Five, and now the girlfriend of Donald J. Trump Jr. All the usual suspects were there, including Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani and Sen.

GAMES IN ENGLISH – Juegos de mesa multijugador, cada uno desde su casa *Important notice: I keep updating the lists with new discoveries, so come here often! Whether you don’t speak a word of Spanish and can’t enjoy some of the games on my other posts or you are fully bilingual, I bet you will enjoy this section. I have selected a few of my favorite games that are available to play online, so you can enjoy playing with folks despite being far from each other during this quarantine.

Best Sites to Download Free English Books ✅ There are many ways to get free English books online. Good part is you don’t have to spend a dime. Free online books on nearly any subject that you want to read and they are all downloadable easily. You can improve your knowledge, reading speed or English grammar and vocabulary with these books.

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