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.

Autumn / Winter 2017 Season

Poetry

24 Oct Poetry @ the Print Room: David Harsent & Jo Shapcott
28 Oct Dead Poets Live: Halloween with Tara Fitzgerald and Toby Jones
29 Oct Dead Poets Live: Byron and Shelley
5 Dec Poetry @ the Print Room: Sinéad Morrissey & Michael Symmons Roberts

 

Autumn / Winter 2017 Season

Festival of Italian Literature in London

21 – 22 October
Two days of events featuring over twenty speakers, with a mix of established and exciting new voices.

Coronet International Festival

Bells and Spells

25 – 27 October
Extracts from a new piece featuring the globally acclaimed  Aurelia Thierrée, followed by a selection of contemporary live music from The Octandre Ensemble and Mike Block.

Coronet International Festival

A Guided Tour of the Exhibition: For Soprano with Handbag

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.

Coronet International Festival

To Be King

1 – 4 Nov
In To Be King, the painting Las Meninas is re-contextualised against a South African backdrop

Coronet International Festival

Image-Manipulate-Play

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.

Coronet International Festival

Narrative Poem

10 Nov
A spellbinding performance combining poetry, dance and live music from the world’s most influential and innovative Chinese poet Yang Lian.

Coronet International Festival

The World of Yesterday

13 – 15 November
Laurent Seksik‘s adaptation of Stefan Zweig‘s captivating autobiography.

Coronet International Festival

Waves

21 – 23 November
The Coronet presents an evening of new dance pieces juxtaposing the distinctive styles of three extraordinary choreographers.

Coronet International Festival

Ma

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.

Coronet International Festival

Hannah and Martin

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.

Winter’s Tales

Winter's Tales with Mel Giedroyc

6 Dec, 6pm – Mel Giedroyc (Pitch Battle, The Great British Bake Off) reads The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding by Agatha Christie

Winter’s Tales

Winter's Tales with Emeli Sandé

7 Dec, 2pm – BRIT Award-winner Emeli Sandé will read one of her favourite childhood tales in the intimate setting of the Coronet.

Winter’s Tales

Winter's Tales with Penelope Wilton

8 Dec, 2pm – Olivier Award winning actress Penelope Wilton takes to the stage with select stories of Winnie the Pooh by A.A. Milne.

Winter’s Tales

Winter's Tales with Ben Okri

9 Dec, 6pm – Booker Prize winner Ben Okri will read a brand new story, specially written for Winter’s Tales.

Winter’s Tales

Winter's Tales with Toby Stephens

10 Dec, 6pm – Toby Stephens reads Roald Dahl’s classic family tale The Twits.

Autumn / Winter 2017 Season

The Open House

18 Jan – 17 Feb 2018
Will Eno’s wildly subversive and darkly hilarious take on the archetypal family drama.