This is the week that we’re all heading out to support small independent pubs, restaurants and caffs. And in that spirit we’re offering up our pick of the smaller, independent streamers who have something interesting to offer.
The good news is you won’t be sitting outside in the freezing cold whilst you’re enjoying them.
Acorn TV – £4.99 per month
This streamer is home to the best of British TV, with oldies but goodies such as Midsummer Murders and Rosemary and Thyme.
Marquee TV – £8.99 per month
The world’s best dance, opera and theatre all in one place. And hey, there’s no need to dress up, and the price of interval gin and tonics will be a lot easier to swallow…
True Royalty – £4.99 per month
The perfect choice for those who love to keep up with the Windsors.
Crunchyroll – £6.50 per month
Your one stop shop for all things anime and manga.
Docsville – £3.99 per month
Exactly what it says on the tin – docs, and lots of them.
Gaia – £8.99 per month
A perfect option for those feeling slightly fried after the last year – Gaia has hundreds of yoga and meditation focused films and shows.
Next Up – £60 per year
There’s no fear of being singled out from the audience with these stand up shows.
Hopster – £4.99 per month
Something to keep the little ones entertained while they learn, with heaps of educational videos and series.
Digital Theatre – £9.99 per month
The biggest online theatre, with one hundred productions from the world’s leading companies.
History Hit – £5.99 per month
Dan Snow‘s streaming service for all things History.