ADDRESS: The Coronet, 103 Notting Hill Gate, London W11 3LB
TUBE: Notting Hill Gate (Central, Circle & District Lines) – 1 minute walk away
BUSES: 27, 28, 31, 52, 94, 148, 328, 452 to Notting Hill Gate Station
HOW TO BOOK:
Box Office: 020 3642 6606
Box Office Opening Hours (during show runs):
Monday – Saturday: 10.00 am – 6.00 pm
SEATING & PRICES:
New prices from 1st January 2019
The standard ticket prices for performances in our main auditorium are £30 in the front section or £25 towards the rear of the auditorium.
Concessions are available at £25 in the front section and £20 in the back section.
Preview tickets are available at £15 in either section.
£15 Mondays offer is available for under 30s, those in full-time education, or in receipt of benefits.
We also offer a schools rate at £15 per student, one teacher goes free for every eight students.
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An example of our seating plan can be seen below:
FULL PRICE: £30|£25
CONCESSIONS: £25 I £20
Concessions are available Mon–Thu evenings only for those in full-time education, in receipt of benefits, or aged 65+. Proof of status or ID is required.
NB: Once purchased tickets are non-refundable. Tickets may be exchanged for another date, subject to availability, with an admin fee of £5 (not applicable to Members).
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of the performance, as latecomers may not be admitted to the auditorium.
Due to the nature of historic Victorian buildings, access in The Coronet is limited. This is something we are addressing as a priority in our renovation plans. We offer concession rate tickets for anybody with a disability and a complimentary ticket for accompanying carers.
Studio space: To enter the studio space there are six steps at the rear of the building that patrons with access requirements can be accompanied to.
Main Space: To enter the main space stairs are unavoidable. The main entrance to the building has three steps from the street to foyer, and then a further eight steps from foyer to auditorium level. Unfortunately, we currently do not have any way to give access to a patron that cannot leave a wheelchair.
Foyer: On arrival, there is a bell on the outside of the building for any patrons requiring assistance. There are three small steps from street level to the entrance foyer. Staff will be happy to bring chairs down into the foyer should they be required.
All children must be accompanied and supervised by a responsible adult at all times. The Print Room does not accept responsibility for the supervision of children and unaccompanied children will not be granted access to the performance.
A ticket must be purchased for everyone aged 18 months or over. Babes in arms (aged under 18 months) are welcome and do not require a ticket, but must sit on the lap of their accompanying adult.
Please note that the auditorium has flip seating. This may be harder for younger children to use. We can provide additional cushions on request. Please call the Box Office if you have any specific requirements or questions.
We cannot admit pushchairs into the auditorium but will have a buggy park available in the foyer. Users of this buggy park do so at their own risk. The Print Room will not accept responsibility for any damage or losses.
We look forward to welcoming you! For more information or to discuss any of this with a member of staff please call our Box Office on 020 3642 6606.