1. Knockengorroch – Scotland’s annual celebration of music from across the Celtic diaspora – will be continuing a virtual world ceilidh at Virtually Knockengorroch, today and tomorrow. The online event features live streamed performances by Mungo’s Hi Fi, members of Afro Celt Sound System, Mary Macmaster of The Poozies, Samedia Shebeen and more. https://www.knockengorroch.org.uk

2. Bring a taste of Club Tropicana to your yoga mat at FRAME’s Bank Holiday ’80s Yoga Party tomorow. Glitter and legwarmers are welcome but are not compulsory – although they should be in my opinion – for a 90-minute vinyasa flow set to golden hits. https://dice.fm/event/7yaa7-bank-holiday-80s-yoga-party-25th-may-stream-via-london-london-tickets?_branch_match_id=792676921084455342

3. Radio 1’s Big Weekend is going virtual for the first time in its history this weekend. The three-day extravaganza, which was set to take place in Dundee’s Camperdown Park, was forced to cancel its plans because of the bad bug. It means the whole thing will now take place online — and it looks set to be quite the show, with five virtual stages and a massive line-up to keep fans dancing at home. Although the show kicked off on Friday, there is plenty to see today. Catch it on the radio or iPlayer. The Headliner Stage is made up entirely of classic performances from years gone by. It’s set to include Billie Eilish from 2019, Ed Sheeran from 2018 and Jay-Z’s 2012 performance. Plenty of other big names feature too, including Katy Perry, One Direction, Calvin Harris, Coldplay, Little Mix and Stormzy, to name a few.

4. Bonehead’s Bank Holiday Oasis Only Livestream House Party takes place today. It seems like years since Liam Gallagher was entertaining us on Twitter with handwashing anthems such as Champagne Soapernova, Soapersonic and Wonderwash. It’s time to go mad for it all over again with this free event (although donations are appreciated.


5. The Play At Home festival is a two-day, family-friendly virtual event, with entertainment from Captain Fantastic, The Giggle Doctors as well as Aardman-themed model making with Merlin Crossingham, storytime with tonies, dance classes with Diddi Dance, and much, much more. So grab your Glasto babies and log on to https://playathomefest.com/main-stage/

6. Saturday Night Live At The Stand – this week and every weekend during lockdown, The Stand is streaming all your favourite comics live with host Mark Nelson. This week sees Paul Foot, Barbara Nice, Rob Auton, Dave Fulton, Eleanor Morton, Stuart Mitchell, Anja Atkinson and Jessica Fostekew. And as a special treat, Mark will also be interviewing Alexei Sayle!


7. The Dropkick Murphys are performing from an empty Fenway Park in Boston, with pal Bruce Springsteen joining them remotely. The band and The Boss will be performing a double play – two songs – one from each musical act. The livestream will be available on the Dropkick Murphy’s Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Twitch pages. Friday night at 11pm.