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The Coronet Theatre

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103 Notting Hill Gate, London, W11 3LB
  • Box office 020 3642 6606
  • General enquiries 020 3642 6606
  • Opening times Mon–Sat 10am–6pm
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  • Website www.thecoronettheatre.com
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Afterplay By Brian Friel

Afterplay By Brian Friel

Two of Chekhov's characters, Sonya and Andrey, meet by chance in a Moscow cafe around 1920.

Sat 7 Mar

£15–£30

Mon 9 Mar

£15–£30

Tue 10 Mar

£15–£30

Wed 11 Mar

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Thu 12 Mar

£15–£30

Fri 13 Mar

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Sat 14 Mar

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Mon 16 Mar

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Tue 17 Mar

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Wed 18 Mar

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Fri 20 Mar

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Sat 21 Mar

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Mon 23 Mar

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Tue 24 Mar

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Wed 25 Mar

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Thu 26 Mar

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Fri 27 Mar

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Sat 28 Mar

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Mon 30 Mar

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Tue 31 Mar

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Wed 1 Apr

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Thu 2 Apr

£15–£30

Fri 3 Apr

£15–£30

Sat 4 Apr

£15–£30

A Conversation With Russell Maliphant

A Conversation With Russell Maliphant

Find out more about the Olivier Award-winning choreographer, Russell Maliphant and his company, at this exclusive event, hosted by Katie Baron. Maliphant will share insights into his unique approach and working methods.

Katie Baron is an author, journalist, content director and strategist who currently heads up the brand culture division (trends, insights & innovations) of leading futures agency, Stylus. She’s a regular contributor to SHOWstudio.com, has curated talks for the Frieze Academy and is also the author of two books on visual culture - Stylists: New Fashion Visionaries and Fashion + Music: Fashion Creatives Shaping Pop Culture. True to Maliphant’s ethos of collaborating with creatives and thinkers beyond the traditional confines of the dance world, Baron and Maliphant first began working together in 2019 on features and essays exploring his unique, visionary approach to movement.

Wed 5 Feb

£15

Dead Poets Live: Emily Dickinson

Dead Poets Live: Emily Dickinson

"Though I read and teach Emily Dickinson constantly, I remain a bewildered idolator, struggling to understand her enigmatic sublimities. Together with Emerson, Whitman and Henry James, she seems to me America's highest achievement in thought and the arts. At her strongest, she has something in her lyrics that recalls the swiftness and compression of Shakespeare's mind." - Harold Bloom.

Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) wrote nearly 1800 short poems: epigrammatic, metaphysical, tragic, funny, touching, terrifying…and her correspondence matches the complexity and artfulness of her lyrics. Using letters, poems and analysis, Dead Poets Live will dramatise the life and work of this mysterious, unknowable and unique genius.

Dead Poets Live have established a cult following at The Coronet Theatre for their dramatised readings of classic poetry, attracting some of Britain’s finest actors including Charlotte Rampling, Miranda Richardson and Tom Hiddleston. All proceeds from their evenings go to the charity Safe Passage.

Sun 16 Feb

£25–£30

An Evening With Jf Robitaille & Lail Arad

An Evening With Jf Robitaille & Lail Arad

During a co-headline tour in 2016, JF Robitaille (Canada) and Lail Arad (UK) found their duets increasingly in demand.

Excited by the reactions, a collaboration emerged between the two songwriters and snowballed in a way they could not have predicted. The success of their debut singles opened new doors and the pair embarked on numerous tours, playing over 100 shows and festivals together, from Italy to India.

Fresh back from recording their new album in Italy, they greatly look forward to their second candle-lit performance at The Coronet, sharing new songs and old favourites.

Tue 11 Feb

£12.50

maliphantworks3

maliphantworks3

Contemporary ballet show mixing dance and video art.

Thu 6 Feb

£20–£30

Fri 7 Feb

£20–£30

Sat 8 Feb

£20–£30

Wed 12 Feb

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Thu 13 Feb

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Fri 14 Feb

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Sat 15 Feb

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Wed 19 Feb

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Thu 20 Feb

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Fri 21 Feb

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Sat 22 Feb

£20–£30

Nico Holonics And Oliver Reese In Conversation With Michael Billington

Nico Holonics And Oliver Reese In Conversation With Michael Billington

Award-winning actor Nico Holonics and the Berliner Ensemble’s Artistic Director Oliver Reese discuss their production of Günter Grass's The Tin Drum at this exclusive on-stage event, hosted by Michael Billington.

Audiences will get a behind-the-scenes view of this adaptation for the stage from the original novel, as well as finding out more about the challenges of presenting a one-man show.

Supported by The Goethe-Institut London

Biographies

Nico Holonics studied at Hochschule der Schauspielkunst Ernst Busch in Berlin. His first engagements as an actor took him to Münchner Volkstheater and Münchner Kammerspiele, where he worked with Karin Henkel and Johan Simons. He was awarded the Bavarian Advancement Prize for the Arts for his achievements. Furthermore, he worked as a teacher at Mozarteum Salzburg and the Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (HfMDK) and is now teaching at Hochschule für Schauspielkunst Ernst Busch. As a voice actor he worked for various audio play productions. He joined the acting company of Schauspiel Frankfurt in 2012 and became a member of Berliner Ensemble in 2017/18.

“Holonics brings Grass’ epic to life on a scale that seems at once vast and intimate.” New York Times

Oliver Reese took up his position as Artistic Director of the Berliner Ensemble from the 2017/18 season after eight years at Schauspiel Frankfurt.

In 1991, he was appointed Head Dramaturg at Theater Ulm. From 1994 to 2001, Oliver Reese was Head Dramaturg at Maxim Gorki Theater Berlin. Following this, he was appointed Head Dramaturg and deputy artistic director of Deutsches Theater Berlin. In 2008, Deutsches Theater was voted to be Theatre of the Year. During the 2008/2009 season, Oliver Reese was DT’s interim Artistic Director and the theatre was invited to present Jürgen Gosch’s production of “Die Möwe (The Seagull)” at the Berlin Theatertreffen. From 2009 to 2017, Oliver Reese was Artistic Director of Schauspiel Frankfurt. During his tenure there, he raised the audience number to record levels with a repertory that ranged from the classics to the most recent contemporary drama.

Michael Billington was drama critic of The Guardian from 1971 to 2019 but continues to contribute regularly to the paper and remains theatre critic of Country Life. He is the author of several books including biographies of Harold Pinter and Peggy Ashcroft; State of the Nation- a study of British theatre since 1945; and The 101 Greatest plays from Antiquity to the Present. He has also taught theatre courses for several American institutions, including the University of Pennsylvania, and is a frequent lecturer and broadcaster.

Thu 27 Feb

£10–£15

The Tin Drum

The Tin Drum

Berliner Ensemble stage Günter Grass' seminal story of Oskar Matzerath and the turbulent political landscape of Germany during the 30s through to the 50s.

Mon 24 Feb

£25–£30

Tue 25 Feb

£25–£30

Wed 26 Feb

£25–£30

Fri 28 Feb

£25–£30

Sat 29 Feb

£25–£30

The Coronet Theatre

The Coronet Theatre is ina former cinema in Notting Hill. It presents a programme of theatre, film, dance, music, poetry and visual art.

It has a main auditorium of 195 seats, and a studio of 90 seats, which is called The Print Room.

We have spent the last four years lovingly restoring the jewel in Notting Hill’s crown. We’re not quite done, but we think this is a good time to return our building to its original 1898 name, The Coronet Theatre.

With a rich heritage, a wonderfully intimate auditorium, and one of London’s most unique theatre bars all at the edge of the West End, we are a local theatre with a decidedly international outlook.

I’m delighted to share our eclectic programme for the next six months as we continue our mission to bring you original drama of the highest quality; world-class dance from the UK and abroad; exciting cross-artform commissions; live poetry; festivals; and much more.

Our studio space is reborn as The Print Room, a nod to our journey that started at a nearby converted printworks. Here, you will discover exhibitions, installations and experimental performances alongside our programme in the main auditorium.

The Coronet Theatre offers a welcoming home for artists and audiences from around the world. We look forward to welcoming you too.

Anda Winters Artistic Director & CEO The Coronet Theatre

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