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.
21 – 22 October
Two days of events featuring over twenty speakers, with a mix of established and exciting new voices.
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.
7 – 11 Nov
The Coronet introduces six Korean artists whose urgent, compelling work explores identity and image through a series of complex and skilful video art pieces.
13 – 15 November
Laurent Seksik‘s adaptation of Stefan Zweig‘s captivating autobiography.
25 & 26 November
A theatrical journey through the work of renowned director, poet and writer Pier Paolo Pasolini, directed by Antonio Latella, Artistic Director of Theatre for the Venice Biennale.
6 Dec, 6pm – Mel Giedroyc (Pitch Battle, The Great British Bake Off) reads The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding by Agatha Christie
8 Dec, 2pm – Olivier Award winning actress Penelope Wilton takes to the stage with select stories of Winnie the Pooh by A.A. Milne.
10 Dec, 6pm – Toby Stephens reads Roald Dahl’s classic family tale The Twits.