Alexandra Palace has just announced the opening season of shows in their restored theatre. Opened in 1875, the theatre entertained up to 3,000 guests with spectacle and magical stage machinery. It has been closed to the public for 80 years until now. The East Wing Restoration Project has breathed new life into the space whilst preserving its character and charm.

You can now buy tickets to the first season of shows this December - enjoy music with Gareth Malone, have a laugh with Dylan Moran, or bring the whole family along to see Horrible Histories.  Visit to find out more.

There is still time to write your name into the history of this project - balcony seats can be named for £900 and stall seats for £450. Alternatively donate £25 for your name on the donor board, or £100 to include an exclusive preview tour of the theatre.

Photo: Lloyd Winters

(Update courtesy of the MHFGA newsletter)




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