Alexandra Palace Theatre, London Theatre Venue

Alexandra Palace Theatre London

Venue Information

Alexandra Palace Theatre
Address: Alexandra Palace Way , London, N22 7AY
Nearest Underground or Train Station: Alexandra Palace
Nearest Buses: W3 or Shuttle Bus

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Frequently Asked Questions

Tom, Dick & Harry is a current production at the Alexandra Palace Theatre. The latest booking period for Tom, Dick & Harry at the Alexandra Palace Theatre started 26 July 2022 and runs until 28 August 2022. Tickets for Tom, Dick & Harry start at £20 and are available to book now
Public transport is recommended to travel to the Alexandra Palace Theatre.  The nearest underground or train stations are Alexandra Palace. If arriving by bus, then the nearest bus lines are W3 or Shuttle Bus.  For directions to the Alexandra Palace Theatre see our Google Maps directions or Apple Maps directions.
There is no specific dress code at the Alexandra Palace Theatre, with most people just wearing their everyday clothes.
The Alexandra Palace Theatre has 850 seats.

Alexandra Palace Theatre Facts

What date did the Alexandra Palace Theatre open?

1875

Who designed the Alexandra Palace Theatre?

John Johnson

What was the first production at the Alexandra Palace Theatre?

An operetta and a ballet


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Theatre History

The Alexandra Palace Theatre, within the vast Alexandra Palace complex, was opened in 1875. It could originally seat 3,000 people, and featured advanced Victorian stage machinery to put on large-scale shows and entertainment.

Known as a place for spectacle, a range of pantomimes, operas, drama and ballet were staged, with the machinery being used to make performers fly into the air and disappear through the stage.

It then went on to become a cinema, a chapel, and the home of music hall stars including Gracie Fields, before being used as a BBC prop store and workshop.

The theatre was closed to the public for 80 years, before a full restoration was started, with the theatre reopening in 2018 for a BBC Proms performance on 1 September.

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