PRINT ROOM AT THE CORONET

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.

Deathwatch

Spring 2016 Season

Deathwatch

The Print Room at The Coronet are pleased to present the first major revival in over thirty years of Deathwatch by Jean Genet, in a translation by David Rudkin.

Spring 2016 Season

Exhibition: Inside Story

We are delighted to be working with Gavin Turk and HMP Brixton on a special exhibition, which will take place alongside our production of Jean Genet’s Deathwatch.

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Theatre

Beckett In London

Gare St Lazare return to the Print Room with their acclaimed Beckett productions.  Featuring 5 prose pieces and their collaboration with London composer Paul Clark, the festival will also have a number of free public conversations and ancillary events and will feature an installation by senior Irish artist Brian O’Doherty

Other Events

A Beautiful Ending

Using interviews with his mother, Mohamed El Khatib had been working on translating passages. But when she passes away, he is left with a void in his life and a project without an end.

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Haïm

Other Events

Haïm – In the Light of a Violin

Haïm – in the light of a violin is a theatrical and musical show that retraces the true story of Haïm Lipsky – a Polish Jew born in 1922 into a poor working-class family, who became a passionate violinist and survived the hell of concentration camps thanks to music.

Other Events

Poetry @ The Print Room

Over the last couple of years Poetry @ the Print Room has become one of our most successful events meaning booking has become mandatory and we can’t promise admittance to anyone hoping to buy tickets on the day. 

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