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Paid-for things they've made FREE for those stuck indoors - boxsets, audiobooks & more

edited 24 March at 5:57PM in Coronavirus support and help
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edited 24 March at 5:57PM in Coronavirus support and help

To help the millions of people having to stay home, one of the uplifting aspects of the current crisis is a number of companies have made stuff free that you normally pay for, both for kids and grown-ups. Here's a round-up of some of the best freebies we've seen.

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  • edited 5 April at 10:48PM
    lynneinjapanlynneinjapan Forumite
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    An Andrew Lloyd-Webber musical is being streamed every Friday at 7pm and kept available for 48 hours. The first one was Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (too late for that one now) and this week it's Jesus Christ Superstar. It's on YouTube channel "The Shows Must Go On".


  • YoungGreyYoungGrey Forumite
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    Another excellent one here for home learning & teaching: https://offers.propeller.education/en/bundle-downloads-form - Propeller often have free downloads and items for teachers that can easily be used at home so it's worth keeping an eye on their site
  • LessImpecuniousLessImpecunious Forumite
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    Declaring interest as part of The Historic Games Shop team, but hope this is an acceptable share - The Historic Games Shop has set up a virtual "Historic Games Club" with downloadable rules and printable board versions of some of the historic games we normally sell online and at events. They are generally playable by anyone from about 7 years, and the rules are written to (hopefully!) be accessible by Keystage 2 age children, but the games would have been played by children and adults of all ages in the past! Three games are up at the moment - we're adding a new one very week - https://www.thehistoricgamesshop.co.uk/the-historic-games-club.html


  • Gonna-be-debt-freeGonna-be-debt-free Forumite
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    Declaring interest as part of The Historic Games Shop team, but hope this is an acceptable share - The Historic Games Shop has set up a virtual "Historic Games Club" with downloadable rules and printable board versions of some of the historic games we normally sell online and at events. They are generally playable by anyone from about 7 years, and the rules are written to (hopefully!) be accessible by Keystage 2 age children, but the games would have been played by children and adults of all ages in the past! Three games are up at the moment - we're adding a new one very week - https://www.thehistoricgamesshop.co.uk/the-historic-games-club.html


    Those are great :smiley:  we played some of them at Bamburgh castle last summer. Thanks for that, the kids will love playing them again.
  • archess200archess200 Forumite
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    Cirquedusoleil/cirqueconnect.  Fabulous one hour show.  
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