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.
Artistic Director & CEO
The Coronet Theatre
What we do
The Coronet Theatre is a risk-taking, international theatre in an iconic, Grade II listed building in London’s Notting Hill. Both its programme and the building’s restoration is curated by Artistic Director & CEO Anda Winters.
The Coronet Theatre presents an eclectic programme of theatre, film, dance, music, poetry and visual art in its intimate 195-seat main auditorium and 90-seat studio space, re-named The Print Room in recognition of the company’s previous home at a nearby print works.
A fusion of multi-disciplinary international and UK work, The Coronet Theatre stages a mix of new productions, commissions and visiting artists, including a number of UK and world premieres. We offer memorable and often unexpected experiences for our audiences, while supporting established artists and nurturing new talent.
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The Coronet Theatre started life in 1898. Edward VII often visited, and John Gielgud saw his first Shakespeare play here. Many of the biggest stars of the day trod its boards including Ellen Terry and Sara Bernhardt.
In 1923 with the advent of film, it became the much loved Coronet Cinema, right up until 2014 when it was taken over by Anda Winters to start the gradual process of restoring the neglected venue.
Today The Coronet Theatre combines grand architecture with an intimate and warm setting, including candlelit hallways, antique décor, stage props and the most beautiful theatre bar in London.
Artistic Director & CEO
Interim Executive Director
Producer (maternity leave)
Producer (maternity cover)
Head of Production
Head of Development
Head of Marketing
Acting Head of Marketing
Box Office Manager
Box Office Assistant
Facilities and Operations Manager
Rhoni Cash, Jamie Fletcher, Joshua Manning, George Rennie, Tristian Rogers, Nina Romancikova, Julia Sztucka, Natasha Zacher
Front of House Staff
Sarah Bell R’Houma Joly, Victoria Bell, Freddie Butler-De Lacy, Natalie Chan, Matilde Correia, Manuel DeCara, Tylor Deyn, Olita Garkalne, Laura Godfrey-Faussett, Juliet Hague, Elliot Hall, Isabele Hernandez, Richard Leeming, Ruby Lovett, Sam Sheldon, Rose Whiffen
Linda Bernhardt, Lara Fares, Mike Fisher, Mimi Gilligan, Jane Quinn, Anda Winters, Bill Winters (Chair)