The long-expected warmer days are arriving in London and we have the perfect plan to make the most out of it. After opening very briefly during last year, Alexandra Palace’s massive beer garden is reopening its doors on April 12.
With 1,500 square feet to enjoy the openair, Alexandra Palace’s beer garden will include a vast pop-up bar and different street-food alternatives. Beside the food and drinks, we don’t have to forget about the leading character here: the astonishing views of the city’s skyline.
We are expecting a similar menu to last year’s, that featured options such as Wood Fired Pizzas and Waffle Float, as well as Steak It Easy and Last Night a Vegan Saved My Life.
In addition to finding hand sanitisers everywhere, Alexandra Palace’s safety measures’ will also include limited seats and time to be around. In other words, you’ll have to pre-book a slot and you’ll only be able to stay for one and a half or two and a half hours. Unlike last year, there will be no charges for booking a table.
The plan itself is a great idea for going out this summer, yet we have one more revelation to make. Ally Pally announced that as from July 24 the Kaleidoscope festival will also be taking place in the venue.
The event doesn’t require an age-limit and it will involve live performances from music to comedy shows. The artists confirmed so far are The Coral, Groove Armada and Norman Jay MBE. And, on the other hand, humorous shows will fall in the hands of Irvine Welsh, Phil Wang and Sophie Duker, among others.
We advise you to book your tickets as soon as possible, as Alexandra Palace will be a highly requested weekend plan. On the other hand, while you are in London we recommend you also visit BookWorkShop, one of the coolest book shops in the world.
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