Ally Pally Theatre
Ally Pally Theatre, Haringey
Originally opened in 1875, the Theatre and East Court entrance have been brought back to life. A newly levelled and strengthened floor makes the Theatre adaptable for smaller and more intimate events, including corporate entertainment for 850, standing (and seated) concert for 1,300, banquets for 340 as well as larger theatrical performances. The Palace, which has been at the centre of extraordinary events for the past 140 years, boasts spectacular views across London from its award-winning 196-acre public park and is located just 15 minutes from central London.
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EartH is a buried treasure, this discarded, long forgotten and beautiful Art Deco gem has lain hidden in Dalston for decades. EartH comprises of two main spaces and a restaurant. On the ground floor, a multi-purpose 1200 capacity dedicated events space and upstairs the theatre, a 750 capacity tiered seated venue with jaw-dropping, original Art Deco features. Each space can be hired individually or the venue can be hired as a whole for a complete takeover. Our restaurant EartH Kitchen is helmed by Chris Gillard, former Executive Chef of St. John. In addition to being a space for breakfast, lunch and dinner, we will be able to offer exceptional catering options inhouse for a broad range of events. After a decade of experience in Shoreditch, we are also working to bring the same level of gold standard audio, lighting and production to our events in Dalston with a world first PA installation from L-ISA – and of course, our experienced team will be on hand to facilitate your event, film shoot or photo shoot. Suitable for everything from film screenings to AGMs, product launches to private celebrations, EartH has exceptional transport links in London’s burgeoning East End and is just a stone’s throw from the city. When we took over the building, the Theatre hadn’t been touched since it screened it’s final film in 1984 and we’ve retained all of its glorious, original features. Juxtaposed against this faded grandeur, the space is fitted out with state-of-the- art AV including a 360° L-ISA PA system and can play host to talks, conferences, AGMs, press launches and screenings.