Winter's Tales at the Print Room


London theatre news: Monday 27 November 2017


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Famous names take to the stage at the Print Room at the Coronet from 6 December to read their favourite stories - tickets include entrance to a magical underground wonderland and a meeting with Santa in the grotto!
Winter's Tales at Print Room

Image: Print Room


This December, Winter's Tales sees the Coronet transformed into a wonderland for festive adventurers, little and large.


Through the magic of storytelling, the venue is making its lovely auditorium even more enchanting.


Readers including Mel Giedroyc (one half of "Mel and Sue"), Tom Hollander (The Night Manager; Pirates of the Caribbean), Ben Okri OBE (poet and Booker Prize-winning novelist), Emeli Sandé (BRIT Award winner), Toby Stephens (actor and director) and Penelope Wilton (Olivier Award-winning actress and national treasure), bring to life classic children's tales by, among others, Agatha Christie, Roald Dahl and A.A. Milne.


Ben reads a story written specially for the event.


Winter's Tales tickets include entrance to a magical underground wonderland, a meeting with Santa in the grotto, and many other festive treats!


Winter's Tales at the Print Room

Readers in the Winter's Tales


The line-up, from 6 to 18 December is as follows:


Mel Giedroyc - Wednesday 6 Dec, 6.00pm

Emeli Sandé - Thursday 7 Dec, 2.00pm

Penelope Wilton - Friday 8 Dec, 2.00pm

Ben Okri - Saturday 9 Dec, 6.00pm

Toby Stephens - Sunday 10 Dec, 6.00pm

Tom Hollander - Tuesday 12 Dec, 6.00pm

Shappi Khorsandi - Monday 18 Dec, 2.00pm

Jamie Glover - Monday 18 Dec, 6.00pm


Venue


Print Room

The Coronet

103 Notting Hill Gate

London W11 3LB


Dates


6 to 18 December at 2pm or 6pm (depending on reader)


Tickets


£15.50; £12.50 concessions; £8.50 school


Links

Print Room


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