The Lord and Lady of North Cadbury are delighted to announce that they were invited to the Royal Preview Evening Gala at the Queen's Coronation Festival by invitation. The Royal Preview day was only opened for invited guests, including members of the Royal family and other dignitaries. This event was hosted by the Royal Warrant Holders Association to honour Her Majesty The Queen on the occasion of her 60th Coronation Jubilee.
In the afternoon the Lord & Lady had an invitation to a Champagne Afternoon Tea Reception in the State Apartments of St James's Palace by Royal Approval.
From 17.30 they were guests at the Coronation Festival Royal Preview Evening in the Gardens of Buckingham Palace with the exhibition of the Royal Warrant Holders and a following Gala concert with many world-famous British music stars.
Garden Party at Buckingham Palace
It was a great honour for the Lord and Lady to celebrating Her Majesty's 60th Coronation Jubilee at the brilliant Gala Concert with many British stars. The Queen naturally and many members of the Royal family were present at this unique party.
This splendid Royal Preview Day with the fantastic concert was a great Tribute to Her Majesty The Queen. The Gala concert was presented by the BBC's Sophie Raworth and Gareth Malone and televised by the BBC and broadcast on BBC One.
A view to the stage
Arrival of HM The Queen
Her Majesty The Queen, Prince Charles, Duchess Camilla and other members of the Royal Family arrived. The Queen was extended a warm welcome as she arrived to the Gala Concert.
The Fanfare Trumpeters from the Household Division opened the Gala evening followed by Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, one of the most beloved international sopranos and a mentor to young artists, with The National Anthem. This began a musical journey through Britain and the Commonwealth since the Queen's coronation in 1953.
British artists Katherine Jenkins, Russell Watson, Katie Melua, Laura Wright and pop-rock band The Feeling were the highlight of the festival's evening music programme, which also featured performances by the National Youth Orchestra, Matthew Bourne's New Adventures, the English National Ballet and Grammy-winning composer Eric Whitacre, as well as a host of other artists to pay tribute to Her Majesty and the incredible period of change during her reign.
Following some impressions of some of the many stars of the Evening Gala Concert
Regent Street and St James's celebrates the Coronation
"God save the Queen"