Alexandra Palace, Haringey
Striking and famous London venue. Located in Alexandra Palace N22 North London. An array of room options from large halls that can accommodate big crowds and smaller, interesting, rooms from softly furnished event rooms to functional utility/industrial areas such as commercial kitchens, toilets, fire escapes, derelict rooms, terraces, car parks (great for unit parking!). Welcoming of film, photography and events – the property has great facilities to ensure a shoot goes smoothly. Other location features: victorian architecture, distressed walls, terraces, gardens, parkland, city views , period details, event spaces, pub/bar, ice rink, cafe, palm house/botanical style, atrium, lobby, staircases (both interior and exterior), hard-standing space, interior drive-in spaces (vehicles can access its largest hall with the fabric structure), organ, colonial detail, concrete floors, tiled floors, skate park, ‘urban’ areas, picnic areas, lake (with swan boats!), playground, neo classical architecture, passages/corridors, easy access, parking, ability to isolate and control areas. Adaptability means that the location has been dressed as a train station, hosted tv talent competitions and has played host to some of London’s biggest and most revered public events.
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