It's September - Here's What's Happening This Month

ncs 31/08/2017

It's September already! Can you believe it? You know what that means - school. Boooo! It's alright though. Here's a list of all the magic happening throughout September!

Popcorn – check. Blanket – check. Haul up on the couch with the most binge worthy new series and awesome films on Netflix.

Narcos: Season 3 (September 1)
The hunt for Pablo Escobar may be over, but now the DEA are hot on the trail of the richest drug trafficking organisation in the world, the Cali Cartel.

Suits: Season 7 (September 7)
Our favourite law firm is back in action. Now Mike is finally a legit lawyer, the dream team join forces, but could trouble be on the horizon?

Hotel Transylvania 2 (September 15)
Dracula returns in one of Adam Sandler’s latest comedies, looking for proof his new grandson is a vampire and needs to remain in Transylvania.

Star Trek: Discovery Season 1 (September 25) (Weekly Episodes)
We’re boldly going where no one has gone before in the new Star Trek prequel. Ten years before the Enterprise, the U.S.S Discovery sets out to explore the universe and beyond.

Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension (September 30)
It’s back for a sixth (can you believe it?!) instalment. A family use a special camera that can see spirits to protect their daughter from a sinister ghostly plot. Spooky…


Round up your pals and get set for some unforgettable new cinematic releases. 

It (8 September)
Based on Stephen King’s popular novel, a group of kids are faced with their biggest fear when an evil clown starts snatching children from the streets. Cushions at the ready!

Kingsman: The Golden Circle (20 September)
Britain’s most dapper spies return to save the world, teaming up with a secret US organisation to defeat a common enemy.

Victoria and Abdul (15 September)
Based on the heart-warming true story of Queen Victoria and her unexpected friendship with Abdul Karim, a young Indian clerk.

Don’t lose your Spotify password ‘cause this month you’re spoilt for choice! Whatever mood you find yourself in, check out these LPs.

The Script – Freedom child (1 September)

Foo Fighters – Concrete and Gold (15 September)

Macklemore - Gemini (22 September)

The Killers - Wonderful Wonderful (22 September)

Miley Cyrus – Younger Now (29 September)

September is practically bursting with the hottest sporting events – take your pick!

Football – World cup Qualifiers (1 & 2 and 4 & 5 September)
Tune in to see which teams will make it into the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Cycling – Tour of Britain (3 -10 September)
Starting in Edinburgh and finishing in Cardiff, the 2017 Tour of Britain will be visiting places the race has never seen before!

Multi-sports – Invictus Games (23 – 30 September)
Founded by Prince Harry, the Paralympic-style, multi-sport event is about to kick off once more.

NFL in London - Baltimore Ravens v Jacksonville Jaguars (24 September)
Two mighty American football teams from across the pond will face off in our very own Wembley Stadium.

Cricket: England Vs West Indies (7-11, 16, 19, 21, 24, 27, 29 September)
The long, leisurely game is in full swing (har har) throughout September.

Wellies at the ready! Here’s our favourite festivals this month, packed with the best music, food and sport.

Freedom Festival Hull (1 – 3 September)
A really special festival celebrating the abolishment of the slave trade and bursting with culture, exciting events, music, street theatre and so much more.

Oxford Foodies Festival (1 – 3 September)
Hungry? Look no further than this mouth-watering festival, featuring celeb chefs, delicious food, live music and cookery schools.

Music – Bestival (7 – 10 September)
They don’t call it Bestival for nothing! One of the UK’s favourite music festivals is back with performances from The XX, Rob da Bank, Dizzee Rascal and many more.

Music – Proms in the Park (9 September)
Whether you buy tickets, watch it on TV or tune in on the radio, Proms in the Park is an Orchestra delight not to be missed.

Sports – Great North Run (10 September)
With over 57,000 runners taking part in the 13.1 mile run, the Great North Run is the biggest half marathon in the UK.