11 to 14 July 2013
The gardens of Buckingham Palace will be opened to the public this summer for a unique festival celebrating the 60th anniversary of The Queen’s coronation. More than 200 companies with the Royal Warrant of Appointment will showcase their wares during the day and in the evening the palace gardens will host a Coronation Gala starring UK music and dance talent as well as performers from across the Commonwealth. – See more at: http://www.onealdwych.com/what%27s-on/spring-summer.aspx#sthash.7LllNzS1.dpuf
The Coronation Festival, taking place over four days in the Gardens of Buckingham Palace, will celebrate the 60th anniversary of The Queen’s Coronation.
According to the Palace “This exciting and unique event, hosted by the Royal Warrant Holders Association, will bring together – for the first time on this scale – over 200 companies who hold Royal Warrants of Appointment. Promoting the very best of UK plc, the Festival will celebrate innovation, excellence and industry through trade and craft.
The Festival will be open to members of the public who will be able to buy a ticket for the daytime event; giving visitors the opportunity to explore the Gardens and buy, sample and experience the wide range of products and services from the exhibitors. Or, buy a ticket for a magnificent Gala evening of entertainment – a celebration of music and dance over the past 60 years.