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Royal Windsor Horse Show, taking place from 1–5 May, has an elaborate and unique history. This year the Show will undergo its largest transformation since its move to the Private side of Windsor Castle in 2005. Together with the traditional equestrian schedule that features international Show Jumping, Dressage, Driving, and Endurance, the Show has announced the addition of five Live ‘Hubs’ that will entertain and educate attendees.

The first Hub to be announced, the ‘Entertainment Hub’, will host live music and performances throughout the week, and will feature each day by award-winning composer Debbie Wiseman alongside the much-loved gardener, broadcaster, and writer Alan Titchmarsh who will star in sessions packed with live music, conversation, and inside stories from their colourful and varied experience in the fields of film, television and Royal events.

Wiseman has had an incredible career; she was the musical director of the Platinum Jubilee Celebration at Windsor Castle, as well as the composer of the Gospel Alleluias for the Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla. Titchmarsh is a welcome regular on our TV screens, presenting Love Your Weekend and Love Your Garden. Together they have worked on a number of projects including ‘The Glorious Garden’ which spent numerous weeks at No.1 on the UK Classical Album chart. Those visiting the ‘Entertainment Hub’ will also be treated to an exclusive preview of their latest project ‘Jack Frost – A Winter’s Tale’.

The face of modern British impressionism, Sherree Valentine-Daines, will be headlining the ‘Art Hub’. Her paintings have been exhibited at some of the most prestigious venues in Great Britian including the Tate Gallery, the Barbican, and the Lord’s Museum and are held in many private collections all over the world. The artist, who is acclaimed for her original oil paintings which often capture quintessential British summer events, will be joined by her daughters – wire sculpturer Bunty Valentine-Daines and Felicity Rowbotham, who specialises in pottery. Over four days of the Show, they will showcase their talent, give live demonstrations and talks. Ticket holders will also have the opportunity to purchase a number of exclusive pieces that have been created by the talented family.

Simon Brooks-Ward, Show Director commented: “We are delighted to be announcing the details of the first two Hubs that will be present at the 2024 edition of Royal Windsor Horse Show. We have been developing the Show over the past year to create an all new spectator experience, whilst ensuring the true essence and heart of the Show remains. Both the Entertainment and Art Hubs will be full of inspiration, and we looking forward to seeing all of the talent on display.”

Additional information on the remaining Hubs will be released in due course. To find out more and to purchase tickets, please visit

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