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The Diamond Jubilee Pageant

The Queen’s official visits to foreign and Commonwealth countries over the course of her reign were celebrated in a series of musical and equestrian displays

The Diamond Jubilee Pageant was a performance involving dancers, musicians, military and equestrian displays from around the world to mark The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

The pageant took place in the private grounds of Windsor Castle on the evenings of 10, 11 and 13 May 2012 and was attended by Her Majesty.

The show consisted of seven acts drawing displays from different parts of the world, reflecting the countries which The Queen has visited during her reign.

Members of the public attended by buying tickets. There was also a series of free educational events that explored the different cultures represented in the Pageant.

To find out more, visit the Diamond Jubilee Pageant website

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