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» About : THE VULTURE: Mail critics' pick of the week's must-see events Michelle Terry (pictured) kicks off her first season as the new boss at Shakespeare’s Globe with the Bard’s Danish tragedy and woodland comedy — both performed by the same troupe of actors. The gender-bending double bill sees Terry herself playing Hamlet; and Jack Laskey as the fair Rosalind who escapes to the forest in As You Like It.Previewing now, opening Thursday, Shakespeare’s Globe, Bankside, London (shakespearesglobe.com/ 020 7401 9919).PATRICK MARMION Exactly 250 years ago Captain Cook set off on the first of his three voyages that transformed our understanding of the globe. He was accompanied by professional artists, botanists and scientists, and their stunning records are joined by exquisite drawings (pictured) made by a high priest from Tahiti, who travelled with the Endeavour.British Library until August 28.ROBIN SIMON The band, featuring singer Tim Booth (pictured), warm up for the summer festivals with a tour that opens at Venue Cymru, Llandudno, on Wednesday. The group, whose hits include Sit Down and Come Home, broke through alongside fellow Mancunians the Fall, New Order and the Smiths. They release a new EP, Better Than That, next week before headlining the Common People festivals in Southampton and Oxford. They also play Latitude and Kendal Calling (gigsandtours.com).ADRIAN THRILLS Graham Norton (pictured), tongue planted firmly in cheek, is in Lisbon to present live coverage of the annual jamboree. SuRie is the UK’s entrant, with her uplifting anthem Storm. It’s been 21 years since we last won, and the bookies aren’t holding out much hope that our luck will turn this year.Eurovision Song Contest 2018, Saturday, 8pm, BBC1.MIKE MULVIHILL