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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, rentals and fireworks. Tragedy struck 16 days later when a fire broke out in the Palace, burning it down in its entirety.


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History Tours Sold out

History Tours

12th - 19th July 2014

Tickets are now sold out, once all spaces have been booked there will be no more available. If you would like to be added to the priority list and have the opportunity to purchase tickets before they go on general sale for any forthcoming tours please email community@alexandrapalace.com


Queensbury Boxing – Kings of the Palace

Queensbury Boxing – Kings of the Palace

12 July 2014

Launched in 2011 as an exciting new boxing competition for British based boxers to compete on, Queensbury boxing league takes over Ally Pally for this summers hottest night of boxing action. Tickets from £35


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The one off street food & craft beer festival at Ally Pally is coming 19 July from 11am - 10pm Free entry to amazing foods, live music and the best views of London

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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