Culture, arts & entertainment: things to do near me

WEDNESDAY 12TH AUGUST 2020
A THING TO DO TODAY

On lockdown? Bored at home? Need some culture? We're here to help.
While the world is locked down due to coronavirus COVID-19, we've got things to do at home - where you are.
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Every year, with a peak around mid-August, the Earth passes through a cloud of dust from the comet Swift-Tuttle. This burns up and becomes a series of shooting stars across the sky: the Perseids meteor shower. Cloud permitting, take a look tonight.
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Welcome to ATTDT: the ultimate independent curated guide to the best things to do at home and online today. There are a huge number of amazing cultural events and fun, fascinating and even adventurous things to do, and ATTDT specialises in selecting handpicked things to do when you're bored - things to see online and at home, from the sofa to the kitchen table.

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