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From Mary Stuart to Tove Jansson, 7 Unmissable Events

THE MAIN EVENT

The Play: Mary Stuart

Robert Icke’s brilliant production starring Lia Williams and Juliet Stevenson as Queen Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots (who plays which role is decided by a coin toss every night) transfers to the Duke of York’s Theatre before a tour. Mon–Mar 31

 

The Classical Concert: Hallé Orchestra

Sir Mark Elder conducts the Hallé in a programme of music by Shostakovich, broadcast live on Radio 3. Thu, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

Sir Mark Elder conducts the Hallé in a programme of music by Shostakovich, broadcast live on Radio 3. Thu, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

 

The TV Show: The Coronation

Sixty-five years since she wore St Edward’s Crown (above), the Queen shares her memories of the glittering ceremony. Tonight, BBC1, 8pm

Sixty-five years since she wore St Edward’s Crown (above), the Queen shares her memories of the glittering ceremony. Tonight, BBC1, 8pm

 

The Exhibition: Tove Jansson

It’s the final weeks of Dulwich Picture Gallery’s engaging show, proving that there was more than Moomins to Jansson. Until Jan 28

It’s the final weeks of Dulwich Picture Gallery’s engaging show, proving that there was more than Moomins to Jansson. Until Jan 28

 

The Comedy Show: Sara Pascoe

The comedian supplies comic therapy with LadsLadsLads, which visits Wyndham’s Theatre. Mon–Sat

The comedian supplies comic therapy with LadsLadsLads, which visits Wyndham’s Theatre. Mon–Sat

 

The Musical: Shrek The Musical 

The fun-filled musical starring Steffan Harri (above) is back on tour, currently delighting ogre fans at Manchester’s Palace Theatre. Tue–Jan 28; touring until Jan 2019

The fun-filled musical starring Steffan Harri (above) is back on tour, currently delighting ogre fans at Manchester’s Palace Theatre. Tue–Jan 28; touring until Jan 2019

 

The Film: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 

Frances McDormand (above) is excellent as a grieving mother in Martin McDonagh’s darkly funny film. Out now

Frances McDormand (above) is excellent as a grieving mother in Martin McDonagh’s darkly funny film. Out now



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