Kaleidoscope Festival


Alexandra Palace once again throws open its gates to welcome a vibrant and eccentric cast of performers for a summer celebration like no other, where music, theatre and comedy will embrace.

Kaleidoscope Festival at Alexandra Palace

Image courtesy Kaleidoscope Festival


Festival type: Multi-art

Region: London

About the festival


Kaleidoscope Festival is back with a bang and promises to be even bigger and better than 2018!


On  Saturday 25th July 2020, Alexandra Palace will once again throw open its gates and its rolling hills to welcome a vibrant and eccentric cast of performers for a summer celebration like no other, where music, theatre and comedy will embrace in a collision of beautiful noise, brilliant ideas and brazen colour.


As well as a main stage in the palace grounds with stunning views across London, the festival will feature performances inside the palace and performances in the palace's Victorian basements, which are rarely opened to the public.


In 2018, Kaleidoscope Festival made its unforgettable debut, featuring a spectrum of talent across music, theatre, comedy and spoken word.


Highlights included poetry from punk legend Dr. John Cooper Clarke, comedy from Mark Watson and Katherine Ryan, immersive, experimental theatre from RIFT and performances from Ghostpoet, The Go! Team and The Flaming Lips, who closed the festival on an incredible high.


Dates


Starts:Saturday 25 July 2020

Ends:Saturday 25 July 2020

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Alexandra Palace


Alexandra Palace Way
London N22 7AY

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