While we might not be able to head out and about, there’s still plenty of things to do at home this May.
As the temperature drops and we continue to adjust to life at home, we thought there’s no better time to learn something new from the comfort of your couch. Whether you’d like to get cooking, master the art of coffee or get moving, we’ve found the best masterclasses, workouts, film festivals and more to attend (from home) this May.
This May, discover how to cook authentic Jamaican cuisine with chef and global explorer Charlie Carrington (Atlas Dining) at this exclusive virtual masterclass. Create an entree, main and simple dessert with Charlie on Thursday, May 14th from 6-7pm (with tickets to attend just $10). This masterclass is run as part of RCD’s Brain Cancer Awareness month event program, ‘Go Grey In May the Virtual Way’, helping to raise much-needed funds for paediatric brain cancer (the number one cancer killer of young Australians). Find out more here.
Working out at home doesn’t have to be a drag. In fact, it can be more fun than hitting the gym. If you want to spice your iso workout routine, why not sign up to Shannon Dooley’s beloved 80s-themed workout classes: Retrosweat VHS Workout Club. Just like her offline events, these virtual FREE Retrosweat sessions are designed to get you moving with 80s aerobics moves. Sign up now with new workouts released each week here.
Kicking off in May 2020, Young Gun of Wine’s virtual events series delivers seven FREE experiential wine tastings with the Top 50 winemakers of 2020. These digital sessions run for 1 hour and give attendees a chance to hear directly from winemakers and wine experts during each live broadcast. Find out more here.
Want to level up your at-home coffee game? Tune into Nespresso’s six-part virtual masterclass series, kicking on Friday May 8th at 11am. Each Friday, the Nespresso team will be going live on their Facebook Page with classes on everything from coffee tastings to latte art and even an Espresso Martini cocktail making session. The dates and times for each session will be announced closer to the date on the Nespresso Facebook Page. To find out more, click here.
This 10-day online film festival (produced and organised by Tribeca Enterprises) features films from over 20 festivals, including Berlin International Film Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Venice Film Festival and even our very own Sydney Film Festival. From May 29th, the digital program kicks off with an epic line-up of flicks, giving filmmakers a platform to share their stories with the world. Find out more here.
Like so many events, The Conscious Space was forced to press pause on their event in March due to COVID-19 restrictions. But now, the team is shifting things online with the launch of their virtual marketplace. Hosted on the 30th of each month, The Conscious Space is bridging the gap between people who want to live kindly and the brands working to make that possible. Hosted on their Instagram Feed on the 30th of each month, get ready to explore and shop from a wide variety of conscious brands via this virtual marketplace. Find out more here.