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.

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Autumn 2016 Season

The Tempest

21 Nov – 17 Dec

The Tempest is the world in two hours. The celestial, the domestic and the epic combine in a single time and place.

Other Events

Dame Diana Rigg in Conversation with Tanya Gold

11 Dec
Join the legendary Dame Diana Rigg in conversation with Tanya Gold (The Guardian & The Spectator) in support of the Real Action educational charity.


Other Events

Shakespeare: Better Read or Seen?

13 Dec
Join director Simon Usher and contemporary British novelist, poet and playwright Maureen Duffy for a panel discussion to explore whether Shakespeare’s works are better read or seen.

Autumn 2016 Season

Poetry @ the Print Room

20 Dec

Readings from Ruth Padel and Jacob Polley


Spring 2017 Season

In The Depths of Dead Love

16 Jan – 11 Feb
Print Room at the Coronet presents a rare opportunity to see the World Premiere of a new play by Howard Barker, “England’s greatest living dramatist.” (The Times)

Spring 2017 Season


28 Feb – 11 March
Russell Maliphant curates an evening from his intimate works especially for the Coronet and featuring past and present collaborators.


Spring 2017 Season

Out Of Blixen

3 April – 22 April
Out Of Blixen is a brand new stage production from Riotous Company, directed by the award-winning Kathryn Hunter, inspired by the life and writings of Karen Blixen.

Spring 2017 Season

Babette's Feast

8 May – 3 June
The Print Room presents a new telling of Karen Blixen’s much-loved tale, adapted for the stage by Glyn Maxwell.


Spring 2017 Season


12 June – 1 July
A moving new work about family, war, and what remains by the innovative music theatre company ERRATICA.

Spring 2017 Season

Hearing Voices

12 July – 15 July
A concert by Jocelyn Pook using the testimony of five women across different generations who have all been diagnosed with a mental illness.