3 FREE online events for you to enjoy in July

Partnership Promotion 26 June 2022

Mirthy is a website which hosts over 100 online events every month, to enjoy from the comfort of your home.

Their events are loved by over 43,000 people, and we are big fans too!

Recent Mirthy events include a virtual tour of Jane Austen's house, a history-series with a Pulitzer-finalist, along with Mirthy's ever-popular Belly Dancing classes!

Best of all, it's completely free to join - you can book any 4 events every month, entirely for free.

Can't make a live event? No problem - they'll even send an email to you with a link to watch a recording!

Below, we choose our 3 favourite events coming up in July. If any take your fancy, just click one of the links and book onto a free event - simple!

The Ladies of Blenheim Palace

An entertaining look at the lives and loves of the ladies of the Marlborough family - usually overlooked in favour of the men.

Beginning with Sarah Churchill and continuing through the centuries with the adventures of successors, this talk explores the achievement of some of these women and the thwarted talents and potential of others.

Explore St Paul's Cathedral

The City of London’s striking 17th century cathedral is dedicated to St Paul, the patron saint of the City.

There has been a cathedral on this site for over 1,400 years and the present building replacing one burned down in the Great Fire of 1666.

This event takes a look inside and outside of the building, and explores some interior spaces that are rarely open.

Discover the interiors of the church, its national figures, paintings, mosaics and fine carvings.

Belly Dancing Workshop

Belly dancing is a fun, exciting way to keep fit and is suitable for all ages.

It uses all the main muscle groups, increases strength and flexibility, and is a great physical and mental tonic!

Learn various belly dance steps, arm movements, and a simple choreographed routine at your own pace in this introductory workshop.

Book these and many more events online for free today by clicking here.


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