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September 24th: What's happening in the UK this week?

Sarah Wait

Director of Forward Planning Services

Preview 21.09.2018 / 11:00

london bus parliament road

It's a week of political party conferences, plus the start of the Ryder Cup and the Royal Opera season...

The business, entertainment, news and sporting highlights for the week ahead, thanks to our global forward planning service from Kantar Media.


Monday 24 September

Best FIFA Football Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in London

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan attend Coach Core Awards in Loughborough

Royal Opera 2018/19 season opens


Tuesday 25 September

Turner Prize exhibition opens to public at Tate Britain

Next plc interim results announced

National Reality TV Awards at Porchester Hall in London


Wednesday 26 September

Jeremy Corbyn gives keynote speech to close Labour Party Conference in Liverpool

AA plc interim results announced

Raindance Film Festival begins in London


Thursday 27 September

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper attend UK premiere of 'A Star is Born' in London

Google celebrates its 20th Birthday

The ChildLine Ball at Old Billingsgate in London


Friday 28 September

Ryder Cup golf tournament begins in France

Plaid Cymru leadership results announced

BBC Music Day


Saturday 29 September

Target Ovarian Cancer Walk in Edinburgh

Royal Albert Hall Festival of Film begins

Sir Michael Fallon gives a lecture on Russia in Devon


Sunday 30 September

Conservative Party Annual Conference opens at ICC in Birmingham

Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix at the Sochi Autodrom

Sheep driven across London Bridge by Alan Titchmarsh

Source : Kantar Media

Editor's Notes

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