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From Olivia Colman in The Favourite to Caroline Flack on stage in Chicago, 7 Unmissable Events

7 Unmissable Events: From Olivia Colman in The Favourite to Caroline Flack on stage in Chicago, Event picks the top things to see this week

The Film: The Favourite

A darkly funny restoration romp starring the brilliant Olivia Colman as Queen Anne (above) and Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz as the ladies competing for her affections. Out now

 

The Family Event: Disney On Ice Presents Dream Big

Polynesian heroes Moana and Maui (above) join the ice extravaganza for the first time. Until Jan 6, O2, London

Polynesian heroes Moana and Maui (above) join the ice extravaganza for the first time. Until Jan 6, O2, London

 

The Musical: Chicago

Caroline Flack (above) gives it the ol’ Razzle Dazzle playing Roxie Hart as the musical enters its final week. Until Sat, Phoenix Theatre, London

Caroline Flack (above) gives it the ol’ Razzle Dazzle playing Roxie Hart as the musical enters its final week. Until Sat, Phoenix Theatre, London

 

The Festive Event: Skate At Somerset House

The doors of London’s most picturesque ice rink remain open. Warm back up after your skate with a wintry tipple in the cosy Fortnum’s Lodge. Until Jan 13

The doors of London’s most picturesque ice rink remain open. Warm back up after your skate with a wintry tipple in the cosy Fortnum’s Lodge. Until Jan 13

 

The TV Show: Les Miserables

Victor Hugo’s epic comes to the small screen in a masterful adaptation starring Lily Collins (above, with Johnny Flynn). Tonight, BBC1, 9pm

Victor Hugo’s epic comes to the small screen in a masterful adaptation starring Lily Collins (above, with Johnny Flynn). Tonight, BBC1, 9pm

 

The Art Show: I Want To Be A Machine

Andy Warhol’s iconic print of Marilyn Monroe (above) is just one highlight of this free show comparing him with fellow pop art pioneer Eduardo Paolozzi. Until Jun 2, Scottish National Gallery Of Modern Art, Edinburgh

Andy Warhol’s iconic print of Marilyn Monroe (above) is just one highlight of this free show comparing him with fellow pop art pioneer Eduardo Paolozzi. Until Jun 2, Scottish National Gallery Of Modern Art, Edinburgh

 

The Play: The Tragedy Of King Richard The Second 

Simon Russell Beale (above) is on top form as the titular king in Joe Hill-Gibbins’ new version of the Shakespeare play. Until Feb 2, Almeida Theatre, London

Simon Russell Beale (above) is on top form as the titular king in Joe Hill-Gibbins’ new version of the Shakespeare play. Until Feb 2, Almeida Theatre, London

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