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UK Insights

March 18th: What's happening in the UK this week?

Sarah Wait

Director of Forward Planning Services

Preview 18.03.2019 / 15:00


Today marks the start of Shakespeare Week. What else is going on?

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


Monday 18th March

UK's largest bronze sculpture unveiled in front of Theatre Royal Plymouth

British Chambers of Commerce publishes its latest Economic Forecast

Shakespeare Week begins


Tuesday 19th March

The Duchess of Cambridge visits the Foundling Museum in London

UK monthly unemployment figures published

Donald Trump hosts Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro at the White House 


Wednesday 20th March

UK monthly inflation figures published

Michael Gove questioned on the Draft Environment Bill

International football friendly: Wales v Trinidad and Tobago


Thursday 21st March

European Council meeting of EU heads of state and government begins in Brussels

Next plc full year preliminary results announced

European premiere of Tim Burton's 'Dumbo' at Curzon Mayfair in London


Friday 22nd March

England v Czech Republic UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier

Inaugural World Metal Congress begins in London celebrating heavy metal music

British Book Awards shortlists announced


Saturday 23rd March

'Put It To The People March' demonstration in London

2019 VIVO Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket season begins

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards in Los Angeles


Sunday 24th March

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla begin visit to Cuba

Childish Gambino aka Donald Glover plays the first of two headline shows at The O2

World Tuberculosis Day aka World TB Day

Source : Kantar Media

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