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From Sam Rockwell in Fosse/Verdon on TV to the Bolshoi Ballet and Wilderness, 7 Unmissable Events

7 Unmissable Events: From Sam Rockwell in Fosse/Verdon on TV to the Bolshoi Ballet and Wilderness, Event picks the top things to see this week

The TV Show: Fosse/Verdon

A superb drama shows that life was no cabaret for the legendary musical director Bob Fosse. The excellent Sam Rockwell (above) shares the title roles with Michelle Williams who plays Fosse’s third wife, Gwen Verdon. Friday, BBC2, 9pm and 9.50pm

 

The Musical: Jesus Christ Superstar

Regent’s Park Theatre’s blistering production of the Lloyd Webber ‘rock opera’ is at the Barbican. Above: Ricardo Afonso and Robert Tripolino. Until August 24

Regent’s Park Theatre’s blistering production of the Lloyd Webber ‘rock opera’ is at the Barbican. Above: Ricardo Afonso and Robert Tripolino. Until August 24

 

The Ballet: Bolshoi Ballet

The iconic Russian corps arrive at the Royal Opera House to perform a bill that includes Spartacus and Don Quixote (above). Until August 17

The iconic Russian corps arrive at the Royal Opera House to perform a bill that includes Spartacus and Don Quixote (above). Until August 17

 

The Play: Equus

Ethan Kai and Zubin Varla (above) play the troubled horse-obsessed Alan and his psychiatrist in this winning production of Peter Shaffer’s classic play. Until September 7, Trafalgar Studios, London

Ethan Kai and Zubin Varla (above) play the troubled horse-obsessed Alan and his psychiatrist in this winning production of Peter Shaffer’s classic play. Until September 7, Trafalgar Studios, London

 

The Festival: Wilderness

Head to Oxfordshire for a chance to enjoy nature in the company of headliners Robyn (above), Bombay Bicycle Club and Groove Armada. Thursday to Sunday

Head to Oxfordshire for a chance to enjoy nature in the company of headliners Robyn (above), Bombay Bicycle Club and Groove Armada. Thursday to Sunday

 

The Exhibition: Last Supper In Pompeii

The eating habits of the doomed city’s inhabitants are the focus of this delightful new show. Until January 12, Ashmolean, Oxford

The eating habits of the doomed city’s inhabitants are the focus of this delightful new show. Until January 12, Ashmolean, Oxford

 

The Film: The Current War 

Benedict Cumberbatch (above) stars as Edison alongside Michael Shannon’s Westinghouse in a biopic about the dawn of the electrical age. Out now

Benedict Cumberbatch (above) stars as Edison alongside Michael Shannon’s Westinghouse in a biopic about the dawn of the electrical age. Out now

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