Sources have claimed that the English musician has asked the producer of “Hamilton” to work with him on a “unique project” to celebrate the seventeenth anniversary of the Queen’s reign. The show, dubbed the “musical extravaganza”, will be presented at the Royal Windsor Horse Show on Sunday 15 May.
Although official details of the performance have not been made public, sources have described the performance as a fitting tribute to Her Majesty.
As The Mirror reports, the show’s crew and cast were given “an oath of secrecy”.
But sources close to the production said it would be “a fitting tribute to the Queen’s historic 70 years on the throne”.
It will be taped next weekend and shown on ITV as Queen’s Jubilee TV’s first show.
A source described the project as “extremely intensive” which focuses on the “rich diversity of Britain and the Commonwealth”.
The Queen herself is expected to attend personally.
However, he has reduced his public appearances due to mobility issues and has opted out of several royal events in recent months.
But some are looking forward to seeing the Queen at a horse-focused event, celebrating her lifelong love for horses.
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“The live show will feature a diverse mix of wealthy talent from the world of theater who are delighted to be able to pay their special tribute to the Queen. ,
Singers Katherine Jenkins and Gregory Porter will also attend the main event in Windsor.
The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebration, hosted by Philip Schofield and Julie Etchingham, will be broadcast live from Windsor Castle on 15 May.
Schofield and Etchingham have held several events in honor of the Queen’s reign, including Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee.
In keeping with the equine theme, the festival “will gallop through history, from the reign of Queen Elizabeth I to the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II”.
Dame Helen Mirren will play Queen Elizabeth I at the event which will also be joined by Ant and December, Sir Mo Farah, Damien Lewis, Dame Kelly Holmes and Dame Joan Collins.
ITV indicated: “Each act will reflect important moments in history, including the Tilbury speeches and Gunpowder Plot of Elizabeth I and James I.
“The Commonwealth will also be celebrated, as well as the four nations of the United Kingdom.
“All of this will be combined with a series of military and equestrian demonstrations from around the world, including Azerbaijan, India, Oman, France, Norway, Switzerland and Trinidad and Tobago. ,
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