Founded in a former print warehouse off Westbourne Grove, the Print Room theatre opened in 2010 as a little space with big ideas. The intimate performance and arts space quickly built a reputation for the ambition and quality of its productions.
We’re delighted to have found a new, permanent home in the heart of Notting Hill where we can keep pursuing our eclectic artistic vision. The Coronet is a beautiful Victorian playhouse, which over time we will lovingly restore.
24 Sep Dead Poets Live: An Evening with Stevie Smith starring Glenda Jackson
24 Oct Poetry @ the Print Room: David Harsent & Jo Shapcott
5 Dec Poetry @ the Print Room: Sinéad Morrissey & Michael Symmons Roberts
25 – 27 October
Extracts from a new piece from the globally acclaimed Aurelia Thiérree, followed by a selection of contemporary live music from The Octandre Ensemble and Mike Block.
1 – 4 November
South African artist William Kentridge, renowned for his animated expressionist drawings and films exploring time and the history of colonialism, returns to the Coronet following his sell-out success Paper Music.
In To Be King, the painting Las Meninas and subsequent essay on the painting by Foucault are set against the backdrop of a South African landscape.
A spellbinding performance combining poetry, dance and live music from the world’s most influential and innovative Chinese poet Yang Lian.
21 – 23 November
The Coronet presents an evening of new dance pieces juxtaposing the distinctive styles of three extraordinary choreographers.
27 – 29 November
Based on the true story of the secret love affair between a Jewish philosopher and her National Socialist professor, Hannah and Martin is a fascinating exploration of the separation of private and public life.