Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 2022: what is the public holiday and what events are planned?


What events are planned for the Queen’s celebrations?


Simon Brooks-Ward, producer and director of the event, said the 2022 celebration will be “very theatrical”, with respectfully “happy, humorous and fun” elements alongside the curtsy.

A cast of “Queen’s Players” cast will appear, nodding to Shakespeare, along with the Household Cavalry and King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery, and “box office artists” in the weeks leading up to the main celebrations.

Dame Helen Mirren and Stephen Fry have already helped kick off the event, dubbed A Gallop Through History, held May 12-15, and will raise money for charities including those supporting the NHS and key workers.

Sir Mike Rake, Chairman of the Platinum Jubilee Advisory Board, said: “After 70 years on the throne and especially poignantly after the dark and troubling times of the past 18 months, Her Majesty’s leadership, stability and unwavering dedication during his reign deserve to be recognized. and feast. “

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He added: “In 2022, Her Majesty The Queen will have guided the nation through decades of change, growth and advancement like none before them, in times of triumph but also in times of turmoil.

“In a time of advancement and adversity, the Queen has remained a constant, engaged and courageous presence, which is why we have a useful and timely celebration.”


On Thursday, June 2, the Queen will attend the Trooping the Color. More than 1,400 marching soldiers, 1,000 dancers and musicians and 500 horses will gather at Buckingham Palace and descend the mall to Horse Guard’s Parade, joined by members of the Royal Family on horseback and in horse-drawn carriages.

The event will close with an RAF flypast, which will be watched by the Queen and other royals from the palace balcony.

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And on June 3, a “service of thanksgiving” will take place at Saint Paul’s Cathedral.

On June 4, the Queen and her family will attend the Derby at Epsom ahead of the Platinum Party at the Palace, which will be staged and broadcast by the TBEN.

Buckingham Palace said the live concert “will bring together some of the world’s biggest entertainment stars to celebrate the most important and joyous moments in the Queen’s seven decades of rule.”

Members of the public will be invited to apply to attend via a ballot for UK residents.

Finally, on June 5, people will be encouraged to host street parties to join in the Big Jubilee Lunch, ahead of the weekend’s final event, the Platinum Jubilee Pageant.

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It will feature over 5,000 people from across the UK and the Commonwealth, with the backdrop of Buckingham Palace and the surrounding streets.

What other information has been announced?

As the date draws closer, more plans have been made for the occasion.

Platinum jubilee emblem

The platinum jubilee emblem was announced in August 2021, following a competition judged by industry experts.

The winner of the competition was Edward Roberts, a 19-year-old graphic design student. Its design was a royal purple, with a stylized crown drawn with an unbroken line, which incorporated the number 70.

Mr Roberts, from Southwell in Nottinghamshire, said at the time: “It’s just an amazing feeling to win, I couldn’t believe I had really won it. I thought I had achieved something by reaching the top 100 in order to earn it – I was over the moon.



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