We work with local communities and partnerships to shape projects that enable greater inclusion, access, ownership and engagement in Alexandra Park and Palace programmes. We provide safe spaces for people to connect, have fun, share experiences and make lasting friendships. We are working with a number of local agencies and charities to support people with disabilities, adults with dementia and their carers, intergenerational work and engaging people with mental health conditions.

Evidence suggests, and people instinctively know that participating in arts and creativity together is good for them whether singing, baking, ballroom dancing or sticking and making things. Our community programmes encourage people to pursue their creative urge and give them the tools with which to do it.

Our community programmes

Rhythm Stick: We Love To Party

An inclusive Zoom club night run by and for adults with disabilities

The Rhythm Stick crew is a group of adults who identify as disabled or having a learning disability who meet regularly to take part in a range of activities inspired by music and the arts. This includes their legendary clubs nights packed with DJ sets and party games.

To find out more information email our Creative Learning team on learning@alexandrapalace.com.

Little Window Therapies

Taking place at care homes across Haringey

Alexandra Palace has teamed up with a range of artists to bring entertainment to local care homes. The Little Window Therapies sessions sees dance, dance, acrobatic and comedy performances, which residents and staff are able to enjoy at a safe distance.

For more information email our Creative Learning team at learning@alexandrapalace.com

Wellness Café

Free admission

Suitable for older people

Last Monday every month

Based on the current Government advice the Wellness Café is closed at the moment. 

The Wellness Café launches a creative resource for older people to enjoy making at home. We may not be able to meet in person at the moment but over the coming months, we’ll keep you connected with a series of resources made by our regular Wellness Centre contributors that aim to keep you inspired! Click on the links below to download the step by step activities and remember to send photos of your creations to learning@alexandrapalace.com.

Supported Volunteering

We believe that having a disability should not prevent you from being an engaged volunteer and make a difference to your community, learn new skills or simply be part of our volunteering team.

We facilitate supported volunteering in different ways. We work with partner organisations to create supported volunteering placements for young people with disabilities and encourage them to volunteer on one of our community programmes, in particular Rhythm Stick. We are also piloting ways to make our volunteer Theatre assistants team more inclusive by welcoming volunteers who may self-identify as disabled or are living with dementia.

Interested in being involved? Or to work with us as a partner organisation?

You can
just ask us