The Coronet Theatre

The Coronet Theatre

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Artistic director: Anda Winters
Interim Executive Director: Nick Williams


Main auditorium - seats 195
The Print Room - seats 90


Box office: 020 3642 6606


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The Coronet Theatre
103 Notting Hill Gate
London W11 3LB

Council: Westminster

Region: London

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Notting Hill Gate (Central, Circle, District)




Notting Hill Gate Station/ Hillgate Street

Day no:
27, 28, 31, 52, 94, 148, 328, 452

Night no:
N28, N31, N207

Access information



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.

Main auditorium:

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, there is no way to give access to a patron that cannot leave a wheelchair.

The Print Room:

To enter the studio space The Print Room there are six steps at the rear of the building to which patrons with access requirements can be accompanied.

You will find more information on the theatre website access page.

Click the image below to go there.

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Current shows

The Glass Piano

Welcome to the remarkable true story of the Princess Alexandra of Bavaria, a young lady of a most delicate nature. Alexandra tiptoes carefully through the palace corridors, turning sideways through doorways.

Previews from: Friday 26 April 2019
Closes: Saturday 25 May 2019

Upcoming shows

Dream Ritual

The Korean tradition of buying and selling dreams is the starting point for this ethereal dance and video performance.

Previews from: Wednesday 3 July 2019
Closes: Saturday 6 July 2019

Youth Without God

When a teacher reprimands a student for a racist comment, he stands accused of 'sabotage of the Fatherland'. His students revolt, and a murder follows. The teacher must face his role in it, even if it costs him everything.

Previews from: Thursday 19 September 2019
Closes: Saturday 19 October 2019

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