25 March at 7pm
A special staged recital by Glyn Maxwell
Presented by Poetry London
Award-winning poet playwright, Glyn Maxwell, leads an extraordinary cast of characters in this premiere staging of his celebrated novel, Drinks With Dead Poets.
It’s the autumn term: tutoring students in poetry in a mysterious village, Glyn’s world is transformed by the arrival of Keats in a country lane; Emily Dickinson and other poets soon follow on their way to give readings in the humble village hall. And everything they say – in class, on stage, at the Cross Keys pub – comes verbatim from their diaries, essays, or letters.
Tickets for this special fundraiser for Poetry London are £25/£20, £15 concessions.
Arts Council England will match-fund all proceeds raised by this event.
13-14 APRIL. Join us to celebrate 100 years of Estonia’s independence. Exploring the Baltic country’s rich culture and heritage through readings, panel discussions, poetry, live music. Plus, the opportunity to sample authentic Estonian food and drink in the atmospheric surroundings of the Stalls Bar.
18 Jan – 17 Feb 2018
LAST CHANCE TO SEE – CLOSES SATURDAY
Will Eno’s wildly subversive and darkly hilarious take on the archetypal family drama.
★★★★ Evening Standard ★★★★ Time Out ★★★★ Financial Times
24 Sep – An Evening with Stevie Smith starring the legendary Glenda Jackson CBE
Occupying the entire Print Room Studio, Bongsu Park’s Internal Library is an externalized manifestation of inner space, private thoughts made public, contorted and expressed anew.
A concert by Jocelyn Pook using the testimony of five women across different generations who have all been diagnosed with a mental illness.
A stage show by the award-winning performing artist from Tokyo, Kentaro Kobayashi, who portrays the mysterious ‘Mr Potsunen’.
What Remains: Memory, History and Conflict is a series of talks and events accompanying the production of ERRATICA’s new piece REMNANTS.
A moving new work about family, war, and what remains by the innovative music theatre company ERRATICA.
Readings from Daljit Nagra, Kayo Chingonyi and Karen McCarthy Woolf.
An Evening with Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell
Dead Poets Live returns to The Print Room following the sell-out success of its inaugural event.
Miranda Richardson will read the part of Elizabeth Bishop and Stanley Townsend will read the part of Robert Lowell
The Print Room presents a new telling of Karen Blixen’s much-loved tale, adapted for the stage by Glyn Maxwell.
Come and investigate the Turkish Tulips exhibition and see through the eyes of over 30 artists and writers what gives us a passion for the tulip
The Print Room is delighted to welcome you to the first in a new series of poetry evenings: Dead Poets Live.
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.
Readings from Don Mee Choi and Denise Riley.
Russell Maliphant curates an evening from his intimate works especially for the Coronet and featuring past and present collaborators.
Readings from Emily Berry, Nicola Nathan, Martha Sprackland and Richard Scott.
28 Jan: Irrespective & Critique of Pure Feeling
4 Feb: More No Still
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)
Readings from Ruth Padel and Jacob Polley
The Tempest is the world in two hours. The celestial, the domestic and the epic combine in a single time and place.
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.
Join the legendary Dame Diana Rigg in conversation with Tanya Gold (The Guardian & The Spectator) in support of the Real Action educational charity.
Readings from Vahni Capildeo and Ian Duhig
SCHERZO for Piano and Stick follows in the footsteps of Riotous Company’s hit-production of INSOMNIA a pas de deux drama for two girls and a piano man.
William Kentridge and Philip Miller’s Paper Music is a fascinating exploration of the relationships between sound and image.
Readings from Mona Arshi, Luke Kennard and Helen Mort.
Rarely seen in the UK, A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur bears all the hallmarks of a classic Tennessee Williams play
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.
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.
Readings from Sarah Howe, Rebecca Perry and Amali Rodrigo
An interactive art exhibition by Brian O’Doherty
A man recounts an episode early in his adulthood where, having been expelled from the family home, he meets a young woman on a bench.
This short story sees an elderly man expelled from an institution of care and left to fend for himself in a largely hostile world. Exquisitely detailed and with a sublime ending, it is a fine balancing of the tragic and the comic.
Enjoy both The End and First Love in a one night double bill.
Molloy, Malone Dies & The Unnamable by Samuel Beckett
Featuring music from the novel Watt and a selection of texts from across Beckett’s work, Here All Night was conceived by Judy Hegarty Lovett, Paul Clark, Conor Lovett and Caoimhin O’Raghallaigh as an exploration of Beckett’s use of music throughout his work.
The festival will also have a number of £5 public conversations and ancillary events and will feature an installation by senior Irish artist Brian O’Doherty entitled ‘Hello Sam’.
The first major revival in nearly thirty years of Deathwatch by Jean Genet, in a new translation by David Rudkin.
A special exhibition from Gavin Turk and HMP Brixton, which will take place alongside our production of Jean Genet’s Deathwatch.
A series of rehearsed readings of brand new dramatic works by David Rudkin. Cast includes Toby Jones and Juliet Stevenson
Print Room Associate Artist Hubert Essakow returns to present the third in his trilogy of dance pieces inspired by the elements.
A taut family drama from the writer of Amadeus and Equus. Directed by Jamie Glover.
Bristol-based Theatre Damfino bring their “deliciously entertaining” show to the Print Room.
After playing to sell-out audiences last January, this new dark comedy transfers to the Print Room for one week only. A fierce analysis of human condition which reveals our compulsion toward disaster. By award-winning French writer Rémi De Vos, directed by Marianne Badrichani.
Combining puppetry, live performance, animation and documentary footage, this show brings to life the real testimonies that formed part of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa. From the company that created the puppetry for War Horse and directed by William Kentridge.
Edward and Lavinia Chamberlayne are having a party. The problem is, Lavinia is nowhere to be seen… Abbey Wright directs TS Eliot’s rarely performed play, with design by Richard Kent.
Readings from Karen McCarthy Woolf, Glyn Maxwell, Liz Berry and Don Paterson, among others.
Following its hugely successful run at Avignon Festival, we are proud to partner with Theatre of Europe to present the UK premiere of d(ARE)/Here Be Lions, a profoundly moving piece that fuses dance and immersive theatre to explore sensory communication and human expression.
World premiere of a witty and ironic portrait of eight women in today’s London, written and directed by the legendary Peter Gill.
Readings from Jo Shapcott, Daljit Nagra, Declan Ryan, Sean O’Brien, Maureen Duffy, and Yang Lian, among others.
The world premiere of this haunting new work by renowned playwright Robert Holman.
A provocative new one-man show by Pulitzer Prize finalist and Horton Foote Prize winner Will Eno.
Four new work-in-progress dance pieces that celebrate 1898: the year the Coronet was built.
A festive tale for all the family.
As the new South Africa braces itself for the inevitable protests and unrest that precede the 2010 World Cup finals, hope enters her life in the form of Solomon (Khayalethu Anthony), the grandson of Marion’s former servant. He says he wants to take care of her but what is his true motive?
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A powerful monologue delivered by a man locked away from society by his own choosing.