PRINT ROOM AT THE CORONET

In 2018, we are presenting a season of exciting work across art forms, including theatre, dance, music, and literature. This includes eight major UK premieres from Europe and beyond, from new productions of classic 20th-century plays to innovative new writing. A thread of cultural and theatrical transformation runs throughout, linking prescient writing from Ibsen to Beckett to the issues playwrights are grappling with in the twenty-first century, and mirroring the changes that our beautiful theatre, built in 1898, has seen.

2018 Season

How It Is (Part One)

by Samuel Beckett

3 – 19 May

Following the Beckett In London festival at the Coronet in 2016, Gare
St Lazare Ireland returns to the theatre with How It Is (Part One).

2018 Season

Terminal 3 and Act

by Lars Norén

1 – 30 Jun

A double bill of short plays from Swedish master-playwright Lars Norén, Terminal 3 and Act are fearless inquiries of time, mortality and power.

2018 Season

The Outsider (L'Etranger)

by Albert Camus, adapted for stage by Ben Okri

14 Sep – 13 Oct

The Coronet is delighted to announce the first major UK production
of Camus’ masterpiece The Outsider, specially adapted by Booker
Prize-winning poet and novelist Ben Okri.

2018 Season

Love-Lies-Bleeding

by Don DeLillo

9 Nov – 8 Dec

With profound pathos and unsettling humour, Don DeLillo explores key
questions regarding life in an age of advanced medical technology.

Theatre

Poetry

29 April – Dead Poets Live with Charlotte Rampling and Lambert Wilson. 

15 May – Poetry at the Print Room with Paul Muldoon;

Theatre

Literature

A celebration of European culture and literature, including the Festival of Italian Literature in London.

Theatre

Music

17 June – Way Out East: Journey Eastward through a series of Sunday evening concerts in ‘Composer Portraits’.