Kaleidoscope Festival is a brand new day festival coming to London's Alexandra Palace this July, and will combine music and arts within the iconic north London site.
Billed as a "summer celebration of creative delights and discovery", the palace's rolling hills and pleasure gardens will be re-imagined, while hidden corners come to life to play host host to a vibrant and eccentric cast of musicians, performers and comedians.
This will also be the first time in 30 years that the park and palace have been open for a festival, and there'll also be spaces opened up that haven't been available to the public before.
Dr John Cooper Clarke
Caught by the River
The Shed Theatre
The 2 Bears
Norman Jay MBE
Alexandra Palace is one of London's most historic and iconic venues, playing host to thousands of sporting, music and entertainment spectacles since the 19th century.
Alexandra Palace Station is accessible from either Kings Cross or Old Street on Great Northern trains.
Wood Green is the nearest tube station (around half an hour walk) and is on the Piccadilly line making it easily accessible from across London.
The festival will run from 12pm until 11pm.