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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, recitals and fireworks. Tragedy struck 16 days later when a fire broke out in the Palace


Timeline

Present

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Fireworks Festival

Fireworks Festival

3rd - 4th November 2017


Freight in the City Expo

Freight in the City Expo

7 November 2017

The third annual Freight in the City Expo will take place on Tuesday 7 November at the Palace. This year sees the popular event move into the Great Hall as more vehicles, equipment and technology emerge onto the market to make urban deliveries cleaner, safer and quieter.


Don Broco

Don Broco

11 November 2017

Don Broco will play their only UK headline show of 2017 at London Alexandra Palace on Saturday 11th November.


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Future

What's coming up


Haringey Huskies – November matches

Haringey Huskies – November matches

11th - 25th November 2017

The Haringey Huskies hockey season has begun, tickets are available to purchase now.


The War on Drugs Sold out

The War on Drugs

14 November 2017

The War on Drugs will hit the road for their North American, European and UK tour – playing one night at the Palace this November.


The Organ Appeal: Silent Film Night

The Organ Appeal: Silent Film Night

16 November 2017

On Thursday 16th November the Organ Appeal presents it's annual Silent Film Night and Supper. The classic programme will feature Buster Keaton in the 1924 comedy 'The Navigator' . Donald Mackenzie of The Odeon Leicester Square will accompany the film on the Willis concert organ. There will be a supporting programme of Sir Henry Wood's Sea Fantasia of Proms fame, together with a vintage film of life on the Thames. Supper from 17.00, film at 19.00


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