Following continuous heavy rain, the organisers of Her Majesty 90th Birthday Celebrations in Windsor have had to cancel the Preview Performance that was being staged in front of a live audience this evening (Wednesday 11 May). This will not have an impact on performances during the remainder of the week, but unfortunately the organisers are unable to offer replacement tickets to anyone who was planning to attend this evening as all other performances are sold out.

If you have passed any tickets on to your family or friends we would be grateful if you could let them know of this decision.

Any car parking which has been purchased for this evening will be refunded automatically.

Suspense has been building over the last few weeks as ITV have announced a wealth of stars performing on the Sunday evening. It is now time to release the exciting news for the many thousands of visitors attending the Celebrations on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

All evenings from Wednesday through Saturday will be graced with the presence of television presenter Jenny Powell, presenter and horticulturalist Alan Titchmarsh MBE, actor, musician and writer Simon Callow, actress and singer Siobhan Dillon, and X Factor semi-finalist Niki Evans. Singer and West End regular James Fox will also be in attendance, along with electric violinist and Britain’s Got Talent finalist Lettice Rowbotham, actress and two-time BAFTA nominee Amanda Redman MBE, and musician and singer Matthew Little will also be participating in this landmark celebration. Actress and musician Emma Kershaw will also be present on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Those attending on Friday and Saturday will have the pleasure of seeing one of Britain’s most well-regarded actors, Martin Clunes. Joining the all-star cast on Saturday will be stage and screen actress Imelda Staunton CBE, and Downton Abbey actor Jim Carter.

Alongside this wealth of talent from stage and screen, audiences will be treated to international displays from The Royal Cavalry of Oman, Chilean Huasos, The New Zealand Army Band, The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Azerbaijani horses and riders, State Carriages from The Royal Mews, The South Australian Police Band, The King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery, The Tenors, The Fijian Army Dancers and Band, 100 Military and Commonwealth Pipers and The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment.

Audiences will see more than 900 horses and 1500 participants accompanied by the very best of British talent, on what promises to be a spectacular evening.