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RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

RHS Celebrity Theatre

The Celebrity Theatre at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2017

We are pleased to announce that The Celebrity Theatre at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2017 will again be supported by Everest Home Improvements. For the 2nd year running, Everest will be teaming up with David Domoney who will be creating four separate themed gardens at the marquee, three of which have been designed around the charities we are supporting this year - Save the Orangutan, Bat Conservation Trust and British Trust for Ornithology. Everest’s Marketing Director, Martin Troughton, said: "We are very proud to once more be associated with this prestigious Gardening event and to have the opportunity to support 3 very exciting and deserving charities."

The line-up

TV presenter and naturalist Chris Packham will make his debut at the this year's show. Chris will be joined by fellow Springwatch presenters Michaela Strachan and Martin Hughes-Games, along with a host of other TV personalities including David Domoney, Charlie Dimmock and Justin Fletcher from CBeebies.

The Celebrity Theatre is set in a special marquee overlooking the Palace gardens and boasts a full schedule of talent throughout the show, which takes place from Tuesday the 4th to Sunday the 9th of July. Visitors can hear from a range of celebrities every day, each talking about their passion for gardening, wildlife and nature, as well as providing tips and expert advice. The full schedule for the Celebrity Theatre can be found here.

David Domoney at Hampton Court Palace

Chris Packham and David Domoney have spoken about their involvement in the show


"This will be my first time speaking at Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, and I’m really looking forward to it. Hampton Court Palace Flower Show has a fantastic reputation for being fun, friendly and full of incredible horticultural displays, so I’m thrilled to be a part of it."

"I will be talking to people about how to bring a touch of the wild back into our gardens, and all of the tremendous benefits that has both for us and for the environment. Everyone can play a significant role in conservation, just by working in their own gardens, and I’d like to share some tips on how to do that."


Chris Packham
TV presenter and Naturalist


"RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show is the horticultural highlight of my year. There’s so much to see at this huge show as it sprawls across the beautiful palace grounds. There are incredible show gardens, trade stands full of wonderful creations, stunning floral exhibits, and of course a multitude of marvellous plants to buy."

"I will be speaking at the RHS Celebrity Theatre, sharing my best gardening tricks and tips, creative ideas, and stories from my years in the gardening and television world. I’d love to see you there."


David Domoney
Gardening Television Presenter

About the charities

Save the Orangutan

Save the Orangutan

Save the Orangutan is a charity with a vision to ensure the survival of orangutans in the wild by ensuring the safety of their forest habitats. Television wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan is a supporter of this charity, which is determined to save the orangutan from extinction.

Bat Conservation Trust

Bat Conservation Trust

The Bat Conservation Trust aims to discover more about bats and how they use the landscape. It helps secure bat populations through conservation, and inspires and engages people about bats. BBC Springwatch presenter Chris Packham is president of the trust.

British Trust for Ornithology

British Trust for Ornithology

The British Trust for Ornithology combines professional and citizen data monitoring to highlight changes in wildlife populations, particularly birds to inform the public and environment policymakers. The trust works with more than 40,000 volunteer birdwatchers, in partnership with professional research scientists, to collect high quality monitoring data.