Queens Honours 2021: Services To The Arts

Queens honours 2021
Written by Bethany Unwin

The Queens Birthday Honours List 2021 has now been released. The Queen will honour people who have made substantial contributions to their industries. So, who will be honoured in 2021 for their services to the arts?


Receiving one of the highest honors this year, is Arlene Phillips CBE. Arlene Phillips is known for her work as a choreographer. With many prestigious choreography credits, Arlene Phillips has not only contributed to the arts sector but has also done a vast amount for charitable causes. Arlene Phillips CBE, will now be known as Dame Arlene Phillips as she is recognised once again for her amazing contributions to her field. Joining Arlene, will be Imogen Cooper CBE. Imogen will now be known as Dame Imogen Cooper. Imogen Cooper is being recognised for her work as a pianist and all her work contributing to the music industry.

For his work contributing to Drama, is actor, Jonathan Pryce CBE. Jonathan Pryce will receive a knighthood for all his work in the arts and his contribution to charitable causes.

Other people being recognised for their contributions, include:

David Bryan, Edmund Arthur Lowndes DE WAAL OBE, John Wesley Holder, Lulu Kennedy-Cairns OBE, Emma Laetitia Pell, Richard Christopher Wakeman, Eleanor Deanne Therese Alberga, Theresa Ann Beattie, William Burdett-Coutts, Roma Burnett, Anna Carragher, Lolita Chakrabarti, Sadie Coles, Deborah Anne Dyer, Emma Ace Gladstone, Brendan Joseph Keaney, Professor Julian Lloyd Webber, Peter Gerald Stewart Murray, Alan Parsons, Lemn Sissay MBE and John Heath Summers.

To view the full list of Honours and the recognised individuals, click here.

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