Went to Alexandra palace for the summer festival this weekend. The wether was terrible. But that didn't stop the event being great. Loads of stalls to choose food from. Live music was good with a lot of different types
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AllyPally Summer Festival was fabulous today. The torrential downpours could not dampen the north London crowd! The hidden gem, Jack's Bar was totally surreal hidden in the Ally Pally forest by far the best bar I've been too! The creativity of the AllyPally team reached...More
Londoners have always loved their 'Ally Pally', as they call it lovingly, and they still do! It was built as a 'theatre for the people' in Victorian days, named after her daughter-in-law, the future queen Alexandra. It has housed theatrical and musical performances of all...More
My partner and I visited on a sunny Sunday evening. The Palace itself wasn't a great view although I can imagine it being very majestic in its day. We went to the bar and kitchen which was busy as expected as you have great views...More
The world's first public broadcasts of television were made from this site in 1936 and the antenna mast still stands. Alexandra Palace is situated on top of a hill with a superb views of the London skyline. Alexandra Palace is one of the wonders of...More
A friendly market with plenty of samples to try. Stall holders very helpful. Easy to get around. Only drawback was lack of toilets which even the stall holders confirmed. Parking is easy and free. Really enjoyable and unmissable experience.