Parts of Ally Pally have been restored and transformed into immersive theatre sets for the occasion. The line up includes new and
exciting writing from RIFT theatre and spoken word from the legendary punk-poet
Dr John Cooper Clarke. Comedy greats Katherine Ryan and Mark Watson will also take to the stage alongside breakthrough talents of comedy such as Eshaan Akbar.
Kaleidoscope is well-suited to kids and teens, too. Highlights include the Science Museum's mini-tent where museum experts will showcase hands-on experiments and circus and magic performances by Kids charity group the Flying Seagulls. The Albion Kids Show are set to entertain families all day long with their soft play pirate ship, circus skills and variety of arts and craft activities.
No festival is complete without a lot of good food and drink. There'll be street food popups from some
of London’s most renowned street kitchens such as Mother Clucker and Anna Mae, while vegan
goodness comes courtesy of Biff’s Jack Shack. For those with a sweet tooth, make a beeline for Los Churros Amigos and the
Ice Cream Club. A variety of craft beers and cocktails from
breweries like Meantime Brewing and Fourpure Brewing Co will be available, too.
With a collision of music, comedy, arts, and food, Kaleidoscope promises to be a fun day out for all the family.
|What||Kaleidoscope Festival, Alexandra Park & Palace|
|Where||Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Palace Way, London, N22 7AY | MAP|
On 21 Jul 18, 12:00 PM – 10:30 PM
|Website||Click here to book tickets|