London’s largest beer garden just got a whole lot funnier. Every Thursday night The Terrace will welcome some of the UK’s finest stand-up comedy talent, all emerging from lockdown ready and raring to raise some laughs.
The Terrace welcomes one of the UK’s fastest-rising and most original comic talents, Lou Sanders. Recent Taskmaster series champion and James Corden special guest, Lou’s critically acclaimed Edinburgh show Say Hello To Your New Step-Mummy became a monster sell-out tour in 2019. Expect great things from her headline slot.
★★★★ “A Fringe comedian who leaves you wanting more? I’ll take that deal” The Times
Support comes from the acclaimed Garrett Millerick, best joke writer in the game Glenn Moore and the utterly original Julian Deane.
Lou Sanders (headline)
If tickets are showing as unavailable this means they are currently sold out, although please do check back regularly in case we are able to release more.
Age restrictions: all shows will be 18+. A Challenge 25 ID policy will be in place, so if you’re lucky enough to look 25 or under please bring an official form of photo ID.
Weather: If it’s a wash out we will move the show inside into the iconic Palm Court of the Palace. If there’s just some light drizzle, we may keep it outside. If wet weather is forecast on the day of your visit, SEE Tickets will be in touch that morning by email to let you know where you will be seated.
Table allocations: tables will be allocated on a first-come-first-served, arrive early to secure the best positions.
Times: doors open at 6pm and shows will start at 7.30pm sharp and end around 9.15pm. Bars and food will stay open until around 10pm. If you arrive later than 7.30pm you still be admitted, though please arrive early to secure the best tables.
Performances: acts will perform sets of around 20 – 35 minutes each. Bills are subject to change.
Maximum bookings of six: to adhere with social distancing guidelines, a maximum of six people should attend together from a maximum of two different households.
General Terrace FAQs, including our Covid-19 safety measures, can be viewed here.
We’ve added what3words addresses to all points of interest and entrances around the Park and Palace. Find and navigate to each precise location by entering its what3words address (///word.word.word), including the dots, into the free what3words app.
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Palm Court entrance
East Court entrance
Phoenix B&K entrance
BBC Tower entrance
Ice Rink entrance
Boating Lake Café
Pitch & Putt
Alexandra Palace Way
Tube: Wood Green
Railway: Alexandra Palace Rail
Bus: W3 or Shuttle Bus
Alexandra Palace is run by a charity for the benefit of everyone. It’s loved by many people: as a historic landmark, ice rink, legendary gig venue, exhibition centre, theatre, park with panoramic views and more. As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic our income has fallen catastrophically and our survival is at risk. Your support can help: as a charity, every £1 we receive is reinvested back into the organisation and will help us get back on our feet.