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June 23, 2014

The Print Room Moves To Notting Hill

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The Coronet Theatre In a move set to secure its long-term future, West London fringe theatre is moving to former playhouse The Coronet in Notting Hill. The Print Room's current landlord recently announced plans to demolish its current building to make way for luxury accommodation, prompting a search for a new home. Now, the Print Room is to take up permanent residency at the Coronet in Notting Hill, which was originally built as a theatre but has most recently been a two-screen cinema. The Print Room will launch its inaugural season at the venue this autumn in the building’s smaller cinema space, which will be converted into a 100-seat theatre. Plans for the venue will eventually see it's conversion into three flexible spaces – the largest of which will remain operational as a cinema, under the direction of the Print Room’s team, led by artistic director Anda Winters. There will also be rehearsal and workshop spaces, administration offices and a restaurant and bar. Find out more about The Print Room  

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Covent Garden
London WC2N 4AA

The British Theatre website has been established to celebrate the rich and diverse theatrical culture of the United Kingdom.  Our ethos revolves around encouraging and nurturing the performing arts in all its forms. The spirit of theatre is very much alive and the British Theatre website is at the forefront of delivering news and information to audiences and enthusiasts everywhere. Our team of theatre journalists and reviewers are working hard to cover productions and news.


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