1986 ALEXANDRA PALACE 1
Alexandra Palace "the palace of the people "was originally built in 1875, 6 weeks later the palace burnt down. It was rebuilt and became a place where people went to exhibitions and leisure events. In 1980 fire struck again and destroyed much of the main palace . In order to provide a site for exhibitions the present pavillion was erected.The pavillion has the capacity for 4,000 people. It has a usuable area of 3,620 sq metres with a height of 14 metres. It cost 5,000 a day to hire and provides a place suitable for many different types of events and functions. Medium sized exhibition both trade public meetings and conferences. Also it is an excellent setting for sports such as gymnastics, boxing, wrestling and
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