n 25 September: First of a series of regular dance nights called Millennium, University of Greenwich, Woolwich campus.
n 29 September: Medici String Quartet, PATS Studio One, University of Surrey.
n 4 October: Seamus Heaney gives University of East Anglia's British Centre for Literary Translation's 10th anniversary St Jerome Lecture on the art of literary translation, Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank, 7.30pm.
n 7 October: Fifteen Scenes from the life of Chopin, PATS Studio One, Surrey University.
n 17-31 October: Guildford Book Festival.
n 18 October: Andrew Motion on Wilfred Owen at the Griffiths Lecture Theatre, Surrey University.
n 25 October: John Bayley talks about Iris Murdoch and his new book Iris: A Memoir at the Griffiths Lecture Theatre, Surrey University.
n 25 October: Lecture by Professor Stephen Hawking at Oxford Town Hall, part of the Builders of the Millennium series celebrating 750 years of University College.
n 2 November: Inaugural lecture by Paul Muldoon, Oxford's new professor of poetry at the Sheldonian.
n 3 November: Inaugural lecture by Chas Chowdrey, professor of biomedical sciences, University of Westminster, "Do we need stress for survival?", 309 Regent's St, London W1R 8AL.
n 3 November: Grotesque Dancer, Liz Aggiss in a cabaret act inspired by German Expressionist Dance Theatre. PATS Studio, University of Surrey, 7.30 pm.
n 10 November: The Thomas Paine lecture by Jonathan Freedland, author of Bringing Home the Revolution; UEA lecture theatre 1, 6pm.
n 24 November: Dr Michael Robinson, director of the Washington Zoo, speaks on "The BioPark as the successor to the zoo and the botanic gardens", University of Westminster, 309 Regent's St, London W1R 8AL.
n 1 December: Lecture by Rupert Murdoch at Oxford University (the Sheldonian), part of the Builders of the Millennium series.
n 4 December: Millennium celebratory concert held at Reading University, Great Hall, London Road campus, and performed by Reading University's choral and orchestral society.
n 11 December: University of East Anglia choir sing Handel's Messiah; Norwich Cathedral, 7.30pm.
n 11 March, 2000: Royal Holloway symphony orchestra accompanied by opera singer Susan Bullock to celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of the college's founder, Thomas Holloway.
n 22 March, 2000: Talk by Dr James Oliver Horton, Benjamin Benneker Professor of American studies and history at George Washington University and a member of the White House Millennium Council, University of Westminster, 309 Regent's St, London W1R 8AL.
n 30 June 2000: Solo recital by opera singer Dame Felicity Lott to celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of Thomas Holloway, founder of Royal Holloway College, Crossland House, near Virginia Water, Surrey.
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