Join our community of young creatives and make a difference by engaging with the arts and entertainment.

Alexandra Palace is committed to developing the next generation of creative talent. Our Young People’s programmes signpost and showcase a breadth of careers and encourage opportunities in the creative arts to enable young people to reach their full potential. From early childhood through to young adults, we want to nurture a lifelong love for the arts and entertainment.

Our programmes

Young Creatives Network presents Transforming Places

Are you between 16 and 24? Do you want to make change in your neighbourhood? Celebrate your community? Make your city work for you?

Then you’ve come to the right place. We’re looking for passionate young Londoners to lead on the cultural regeneration of their city, starting on their own doorstep.

Join Alexandra Palace’s Young Creative Network and produce, programme, and commission artistic and cultural projects to transform your city into a place for everyone.

Working with trailblazing artists, creatives, industry professionals, activists, thinkers and change makers, you’ll debate, discuss, create, exhibit, perform, and more. Shape your future, eat pizza, and be a part of a network of new likeminded friends.

We’ll meet for an introductory session at Wood Green Library on 19 July, 5-7pm. Register your interest by emailing the Ally Pally Creative Learning team at creativenetwork@alexandrapalace.com

Further sessions will take place at the same venue on 26 July and 2, 9, 16 and 23 August.

Young Actors Company

We’ve launched our first ever Young Actors Company. The company is designed for 18-24 year olds who are looking to develop their skills and experience and includes the opportunity to perform right here in the historic Palace this summer.

The project offers participants the chance to work closely with fellow actors, established professionals and get a close-up look at the productions appearing in the Palace’s award-winning Victorian Theatre.

The Company, alongside director Jolley Gosnold, devised Fragments, a powerfully dynamic new production that will be presented at Alexandra Palace Theatre on 6 July. Find out more and book tickets here.

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