Online entertainment

If you are looking for something to do if you are self-isolating or at a loose end here are some suggestions. There’s are family friendly but we also a kids post here

Music and Arts

Sing Ireland invites choirs and singing groups to join Ireland’s Virtual Choir. You have until 30th March to sing and upload your video. There are more details here:

The Rabbits Riot host a Virtual Youth Theatre with young people from the ages 13 and up on Mondays at 7pm. Email and they will send you on the Zoom link.

Hawk’s Well Theatre have lots of events on their Facebook page. Find out more here:

Are you Virtually Talented? The Kendy and Raybo Podcast want to hear from you!
They are running an online talent show where you all have the chance to send a video of you displaying your individual talent.

  • Dancing
  • Singing
  • Comedy
  • General Tomfoolery

They don’t care what it is. The weirder or more obscure the better!
They will be showing each talent on a live broadcast of the podcast and commenting and adjudicating ourselves to pick a grand winner who stands to win a whole host of prizes (they don’t know what it is yet).
So send your entries

Facebook events:

Fitness and Activities

The Virtual Community Centre. *Classes include: Fitness with Daithi, Sean Nos with Eiméar, Mobility Training with Liam, Yoga with Susan, Linedance with Gary, Zumba with Barbara
YOU & YOUR FAMILY can take part in ALL of the classes. Membership is €30 for 4 weeks. To pay and register click here:

Daily at 10am – Rushe Fitness have a morning fitness class which is free to take part in:

Most days at 7pm join Sligo Pilates for a pilates session. Free to join in.

Fridays at 11.30am Chair Yoga with Blaithin, this is free but donations are welcome to the Havin’ a Laugh Charity:

Environment and Heritage

Join John at Carrowcrory Cottage for the Sunday Afternoon Sessions. You can enjoy a Tree Labyrinth with birds singing, a bit of breeze, etc. and John is inviting people to submit videos of their writings and performances related to the subject in hand. Donations to the garden are welcome.

Seatrails have some Virtual walking tours on their Facebook page. It’s a great way to find out more about Sligo without leaving the house.

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