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Friday, 24 May, 2002, 13:49 GMT 14:49 UK
In Pictures: Jubilee stage is set
The preparations are well under way for the forthcoming concerts at Buckingham Palace to mark the Queen's Golden Jubilee.

A host of stars from the entertainment world will be performing for the Queen - who this week was in Scotland continuing her Jubilee tour.

Workmen constructing the stage in Buckingham Palace gardens
The giant stage will be the focal point for the concerts over the Bank Holiday weekend

The conservation area - on view from the Green Room
The organisers wanted to minimise the impact on the palace grounds

The Green Room under construction in the palace grounds
The Green Room will allow performers to relax and enjoy the entertainment

Stands being erected
There will be two concerts - one classical on Saturday 1 June and a pop concert on Monday 3 June

Workmen constructing stage with the help of a crane
This will be the first time the palace grounds have been open for public concerts

Framework to tent under construction
A small team of workmen have been busy building a tented area

Queen greets well wishers in Glasgow's George Square
The Queen has been enjoying a warm welcome in Glasgow on her tour





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