Feline fine? How the country’s favourite cat cafés are coping with coronavirus

Cat cafés, which act as the home to furry felines and welcome visitors to come and joyfully interact with them, have had to adapt quickly under the lockdown. Three such cafés across the country share with MM how they are enduring the most challenging hurdle businesses have had to face in recent times – and just how their residents are feeling about it all.

People are spending more time on dating apps during coronavirus

Staying app-y: Love in the time of coronavirus

Amidst uncertainty around the duration of coronavirus and the ensuing isolation, dating apps and their users have taken it upon themselves to keep dating active and possible with a variety of features – but how has it gone?

Performance in a pandemic: How will theatre survive the lockdown?

The numerous restrictions brought about by the coronavirus pandemic have unfortunately put a halt to many social aspects of our lives. But the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre were determined to continue entertaining the nation by broadcasting ‘live’ productions on television.

Ignoring coronavirus: A cultural guide

Nostalgic for the innocence of a pre-coronavirus world, MM have compiled a list of books and podcasts that contain no mention of disease or contagion, and that might provide a welcome moment of distraction from the panic unfolding around us.

Coronavirus: What you need to know…

In the first of his daily speeches on the issue, Prime Minister Boris Johnson yesterday announced the next phase of the government’s “delay” strategy to tackle coronavirus (COVID-19) will commence.