Free Things During the Apocalypse

We know you are stuck inside with nothing to do but it’s very important you #staythefuckhome right now. Luckily we’ve collected a few free things available to you through the magic of the internet to keep you busy durring this crisis.

Magic Shows

The IBM has created a directory of free magic shows to watch at home, both live streams and pre-recorded. https://www.magician.org/resources/Magic_Show_Directory

Learning Magic

Free lectures everyday through the IBM.
https://www.facebook.com/IBMMAGIC

Mystery School is free for a limited time.
http://virtual.magicalwisdom.com/members/episodes

Your IBM Ring can still conduct a meeting via videoconference. https://www.mymagicmeeting.com/pending/

Richard Kaufman has released an e-book version of Cardworks for free: https://issuu.com/moobooks/docs/cardworks

Vanishing Inc is doing their own free online event on April 5th https://www.vanishingincmagic.com/sharemagic/live/

Random Fun from Magicians

Every Thursday at 8pm, the S.C.A.M. has a livestream. https://www.magicscam.com/livestream

Harrison Greenbaum has been doing fun IG & facebook Coronacast videos everyday @harrisoncomedy.

Enjoy nightly magic chat shows from Australia’s Laneway theatre with Tim Ellis https://thelanewaytheatre.com/

For Parents

Free educational resources for parents with children stuck at home.
https://abc7ny.com/education/what-to-do-with-the-kids–here-are-free-educational-resources/6035120/

The Huffington post has a list of free tools to provide educational and entertaining activities for kids at home during the coronavirus pandemic. https://www.huffingtonpost.ca/entry/free-online-learning-activities-for-kids_l_5e73848dc5b63c3b648bc968

Other Things

Need a breather? Headspace, the meditation app is offering some sessions you can listen to anytime for free durring the crisis. https://www.headspace.com/covid-19

Bit of a bookworm? Audible has opened up hundreds of titles for free during the pandemic https://stories.audible.com/start-listen

Are you fancy? Do you like opera? well the Met is streaming on the Met’s website at 7:30 p.m Eastern every night. Also available on the Met’s Opera on Demand app.

#FormalFriday is a fun way to play along with the internet and get out of you PJs for a night.

Acme comedy is has some fun content on their YouTube channel.