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Free for all Post 1936

Following the introduction of the 1900 Alexandra Park and Palace (Public Purposes) Act, Alexandra Palace was re-opened, free to the public for the first time.


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The new Alexandra Palace opened to the public with its new Henry Willis organ: one of the largest in Europe at the time.


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Alexandra Palace opened on Queen Victoria's 54th birthday with a grand celebration including concerts, rentals and fireworks. Tragedy struck 16 days later when a fire broke out in the Palace,


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Tree Climbing

Tree Climbing

30 August 2014

When was the last time you climbed a tree for fun? Come and join the great big fun, adventure and discovery in Ally Pally park... Tickets £15.50 ...See you in the trees!


War on the Home Front

War on the Home Front

1st - 30th September 2015

This year long temporary exhibition, tells the little known stories of Alexandra Palace's role during the First World War first as a clearing house for Belgian refugees and later as an internment camp for German, Hungarian and Austrian ‘enemy aliens'. Open Thursday mornings, Friday afternoons and the first Saturday of every month. Tickets must be booked in advance and you can buy them now.


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The Libertines

The Libertines

The Libertines release extra tickets for their Sunday show this September... Buy your tickets now


Fat Freddy's drop

Fat Freddy's drop

18 October 2014

Fat Freddy’s Drop are the successful seven piece band from New Zealand whose musical style has been characterised as a combination of dub, reggae, soul, jazz, rhythm and blues, and techno.


Jake Bugg

Jake Bugg

21 October 2014

Jake Bugg plays here at Alexandra Palace on his biggest UK tour! Jake Bugg has gone from first on in pubs to selling out the Royal Albert Hall and playing to an astonishing ten thousand people at Nottingham Arena, his hometown.


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