On the 8th of March 2019 there was a small gathering of people at the Alexandra Palace in North London to celebrate the refurbished and re-opened East Court and Theatre. The people who gathered had contributed to the heritage display in the East Court showing the history of the Ally Pally. The invitation came from Curator Kirsten Forrest and Alexandra Park & Palace Charitable Trust. The display included information on Ally Pally days as a BBC centre alongside the story of the 14 Hour Technicolour Dream countercultural event that took place on the 29th of April 1967. Kirsten Forrest introduced Dinah and I to the archive display and provided a guided tour of the carefully restored theatre, a renovation sensitive to the history of the space and considerate to evidence of use over the years. It is half a century since I last visited the Ally Pally. Then I participated in an all-night out of body experience shared with a youthful audience hungry for change and a future full of hope. Now it is the Ally Pally that has changed, a palace of pleasure with a bright and beautiful prospect.