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From Martin Freeman back on TV to Gunnersville and new play Appropriate, 7 Unmissable Events

7 Unmissable Events: From Martin Freeman back on TV to Gunnersville and new play Appropriate, Event picks the top things to see this week

The TV Show: A Confession

Martin Freeman plays a policeman hunting a killer in this gripping drama based on a true story. Monday, ITV, 9pm

 

The Art Show: BP Portrait Award

The National Portrait Gallery’s annual exhibition features 44 of the 2,538 competition entries from around the world. Above: State Of Play by Fiona White. Until October 20

The National Portrait Gallery’s annual exhibition features 44 of the 2,538 competition entries from around the world. Above: State Of Play by Fiona White. Until October 20

 

The Play: Appropriate

Lingering racism in the American South is the subject of this blistering new play. Steven Mackintosh and Monica Dolan (above) star. Until October 5, Donmar Warehouse, London

Lingering racism in the American South is the subject of this blistering new play. Steven Mackintosh and Monica Dolan (above) star. Until October 5, Donmar Warehouse, London

 

The Exhibition: Rembrandt In Print

Christ Presented To The People (1655, above) is just one of the works on display in Lady Lever Art Gallery’s fine show. Until September 15, Liverpool

Christ Presented To The People (1655, above) is just one of the works on display in Lady Lever Art Gallery’s fine show. Until September 15, Liverpool

 

The Gigs: Gunnersville

Doves, The Specials and You Me At Six are headliners at the inaugural season of the West London concert series. Friday to Sunday

Doves, The Specials and You Me At Six are headliners at the inaugural season of the West London concert series. Friday to Sunday

 

The Musical: Oklahoma!

Don’t miss Chichester Festival Theatre’s glorious production of the musical, with Josie Lawrence (above). Until Saturday

Don’t miss Chichester Festival Theatre’s glorious production of the musical, with Josie Lawrence (above). Until Saturday

 

The Film: Mrs Lowry & Son 

Timothy Spall (above) and Vanessa Redgrave star in a biopic centred on the artist’s relationship with his mother. Out now

Timothy Spall (above) and Vanessa Redgrave star in a biopic centred on the artist’s relationship with his mother. Out now

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