News Flash

We are delighted to announce that The Coronet is about to undergo an incredibly exciting evolution.

The Coronet will be moving forward under the guidance of The Print Room: a theatre and arts venue currently located off Westbourne Grove.

Over the last five years The Print Room has seen some amazing achievements and built itself into one of the most respected off-West End theatres in London, renowned for the high artistic quality and diversity of its programming. Link to :

So what does this mean for The Coronet as a cinema?

The Coronet will close for a period of time to allow the venue to receive some much needed renovation, and will re-open to cinema and theatre audiences in Spring 2015. This means completely restoring this beautiful historic building, which started life in 1898 as a Victorian theatre and which has seen performances from legendary artists like Ellen Terry and Sarah Bernhardt.

The Building will be fully modernised, to make it into a truly twenty-first century cultural space to rival any in London.

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History of the Coronet