Cook-along with YouTubers
Spend more time with the ingredients in your fridge and pantry by following YouTubers while they make their breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. Like you, they aren’t Michelin -tar chefs so there’s no pressure to be perfect.
Butter chicken curry with Landzy Gama
Creamy vegan one-pot Toowoomba pasta with Rose Lee
Vegan pad thai with Maddie Lymburner
Chicken Alfredo with Nadirah Ali
Steak, loaded potatoes and asparagus with Jayla Koriyan
Sunday Brunch vibes with Chanel
Kanye West Sunday Service
Take it to church but keep it inside this Easter. Kanye West’s gospel imprint Sunday Service gives us a two-hour performance of their gospel takes on R&B and hip-hop hits. The performance takes place at The Forum and includes over twenty songs. The choir is directed and led by Jason White, the former music director of the massive West Angeles Church.
Stay at home and do yoga
We are living in stressful times. For for many people, working out — in the gym or outside — was the only means of escaping the demands of work, parenting and staying alive.
There’s no better time than now to dust off your old yoga mat and get grounded.
All these videos below are by YouTube’s most well-known yoga instructor, Adriene Mishler. She has made a name for herself by stripping out the pretensions associated with the practice and using the motto “Find what feels good.”
If you’re just starting out:
When you’re working from home:
Yoga with your little one:
Need more of a workout?
If you need to catch your breath:
Nollywood on Netflix
If you used to spend hours glued to the Africa Magic channels and miss bingeing on Nigerian film-making that’s coloured with dramatic sound effects and a script that’s laced with hyperbole, try out some of these.
Seven and a half dates
Road to Yesterday
Being Mrs Elliot
Endaweni EP: The Making
New-age kwaito duo Darkie Fiction is releasing their second EP, Endaweni this weekend. Watch this documentary about making music as independent artists while learning how to be new parents.
Free local films to stream
Veteran director Anant Singh and production house Video Vision are making a number of films free to stream until April 16, including Sarafina!, Yesterday and Red Dust. To stream the content click here