1As part of the Royal Albert at home event schedule Tim Burgess will be screening live to your living room on Thursday, June 4 at 7.30pm. Tim Burgess, previously of The Charlatans and know for #TimsTwitterListeningParty during lockdown, is sure to bring it. Tune in via www.royalalberthall.com/tickets/events/2020/royal-albert-home-tim-burgess

2The Stayin Inn Glasgow has yet another humdinger of an event planned. The “Name that tune” pop quiz. Saturday, June 6 at 7pm, live from your lounge. Bring your own bottle and tune in via www.facebook.com/events/3040095612723225

3The National Theatre of Scotland in conjunction with Ian Rankin have a special 10-minute Rebus starring the one and only Brian Cox, aptly named Lockdown Blues. In this brilliant short, Rebus speaks for us all when he says “I miss the pub. Pubs plural. All pubs.” Tune in via www.nationaltheatrescotland.com/latest/john-rebus-the-lockdown-blues

4We Are One: A Global Film Festival. Twenty-one major film festivals – including the likes of BFI London Film Festival, Cannes, Sundance and TIFF – come together to host 10 days of digital programming, designed to keep us inspired and connected during the lockdown. Tune in here: www.weareoneglobalfestival.com/schedule

5Haddstock At Home. The arts and music festival that normally takes place in Haddington, East Lothian, presents an online festival for lockdown featuring a variety of arts, activities, music sessions and more for families to enjoy from home. Tune in today at www.facebook.com/haddstock

6Big Fish Little Fish Family Rave. Free rave at your place. By families, for families. From their home to yours. The original family ravers Big Fish Little Fish bring you a Sunday afternoon, home-streamed family Kitchen Rave. Now, more than ever, families need music, fun and dancing. Big tunes and big fun. Big-name DJs, previous guests include Tall Paul and Frankie Knuckles. Tune in here: www.facebook.com/pg/bigfishlittlefishevents/videos

7Makar To Makar. The National Poet for Scotland, the great Jackie Kay, pictured, curates and hosts a weekly series of online literary and musical performances, showcasing the incredible range of established and up-and-coming voices from Scotland and around the world. The events will be streamed via the National Theatre of Scotland’s YouTube channel, Facebook page and on the Makar to Makar website. Thursday, June 4 at 7pm, follow at www.youtube.com/makar2makar