While the recent COVID-19 outbreak has brought about many closure across the globe of sights to see, theaters, and other forms of public entertainment, BBC has announced a plan to keep the arts streaming, with a festival they call "Culture in Quarantine". It will cover threatre, dance, art and music and also touch on how some in these fields of today are coping with the current crisis.
Culture in Quarantine: Mike Bartlett's Albion among plays to be broadcast ( Marc Brenner )
According to Standard,
The BBC envisages this to be “a virtual festival of the arts...rooted in the experience of both voluntary and involuntary isolation. All this will be done hand-in-hand with the wider arts and cultural sector through coverage and collaboration."