Published 28 April 2022

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Join BBC Radio Berkshire presenter Bridgitte Tetteh who will host The Jubilee Proms in Bond Square on Wednesday 1 June from 2pm.  

Members of the Easthampstead Rotary Club will be around to welcome customers to The Jubilee Proms and hand out some special Jubilee chocolates.

The programme includes:-

  • At 2 pm, the phenomenal Pantasy Steel Band will take the stage, with its steel drums sure to get people’s toes tapping.
  • At 3.15 pm, the incredible Rakhi Sood dancers will take the stage with a range of Kathak, Bollywood and Bhangra dancing.
  • Next up at 4.15 pm is the D-Day Darlings and the D-Day Juniors with their patriotic repertoire of military anthems from yesteryear.
  • Next on the line-up at 5.15 pm is local singer and songwriter, Henjila performing a mix of her songs alongside a wide range of your favourite pop songs.
  • The amazing Rock Choir will take to the stage at 6.15 pm, entertaining the visitors with well-known sing-a-long popular classics.
  • And finally, at 7.00 pm, Chelsea Pensioner Colin Thackery, 2019 Britain’s Got Talent winner will take the stage with the D-Day Darlings for a rousing finale.

    Please note there will be photographers and/or videographers in town on Wednesday 1 June 2022 for The Jubilee Proms.  Images taken will be used by The Lexicon and Bracknell Forest Council for publicity and marketing purposes.