Hearing the song “All by Myself” by Eric Carmen on repeat in your head?

Grab your favourite mug, make yourself a cuppa and put your feet up. We’ve compiled a ChattyFeet-fun list of things to do to help you beat the boredom.


Patron of the arts
If you’re anything like Frida Callus, you’re probably missing you regular dose of culture and arts? Some of London’s beloved museums and galleries are offering free virtual tours to colour up your day. Discover masterpieces like Vincent van Gogh's Self-Portrait (oh the irony) at The Courtauld Gallery, to experiencing architecture reimagined at the Royal Academy.

 Virtual Galleries Tour - Lockdown activities for art lovers

How about mastering the arts and brushing up on your skills?
Channel your inner Picasso or Warhol and create a studio space to express yourself. The Artists Network is providing free art tutorials from abstract to portraits for artists of all levels.

Online art classes in days of lockdown 

The show must go on
Fear of missing out on the latest Theatre shows? No way, says La Diva!

Stream theatre performances from Hampstead Theatre or catch a show from the National Theatre every Thursday at 7pm UK time.

Online shows by the National Theatre London 

More into movements than monologues?
Then get your dancing socks on, because the Royal Opera House is broadcasting shows and masterclasses on demand and free on the ROH’s Facebook and YouTube channels.

  • La Traviata– 8 May – 8 June 2020
  • The Winter's Tale – 1 May – 1 June 2020
  • Anastasia – 15 – 28 May 2020


Hello, Olá, Kon’nichiwa, Bonjour, Ciao!
So you’ve watched everything on your Netflix list and now you’re ready for some brain stimulation? Ever curious about learning a new language? Well the time is now.

There are many apps such as Duolingo, Babbel and Drops that offer intensive language courses for those like Prof. Brian Sox, who want to speak fluent Japanese for an archeological expedition in Japan, to the not-so intensive courses for those like Venus, who just want to order a glass of ‘vino’ in perfect Italian. And for those social butterflies like Yoko Mono who prefer some FaceTime, apps like Tandem will connect you with an exchange partner to practice your skills. Think of it as a modern day pen pal.

 Online learning - Languages in days of lockdown

Get those feet moving: while keeping your #socialdistance
Now that you’ve stimulated your mind, how about your body and sole?

Let Commander Awesome be your personal trainer. From pump ups to wind downs, many gyms and studios such as Gymshark, Peloton and Core Power Yoga are extending their workouts online or streaming live classes to help you curbed the hibernation pounds at home.

 Online Sessions - Fitness in days on lockdown

Spread the love
Whichever your app of choice - FaceTime, WhatApps, Messenger or gamification apps like House Party, use this time to connect with your family and friends. Send a virtual hug, attend a virtual yoga class together, or simply call to remind them you’re there for them.


Whatever tickles your toes, there’s something for everyone, every step of the way.
We hope we’ve brought some cheer into your day.


Tell us how you’re beating the boredom via the comments below.