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Your Visit

Getting Here

The Coronet Theatre
103 Notting Hill Gate
London W11 3LB

Parking near the theatre is very limited. We recommend you travel by public transport or by bike.

There is a council-provided bike rack directly in front of the venue.

By Tube

: Notting Hill Gate
(Central, Circle & District Lines)

1 minute walk

By Bus

27, 28, 31, 52, 94, 148, 328, 452 to Notting Hill Gate


How to Book


The easiest way to book is online – go to the What’s On page and choose the performance or event you would like to book.

Alternatively by phone 020 3642 6606 from 10am – 5pm, or you can also email us at .


A £2.50 booking fee applies to online transactions or over the phone.

No booking fees for in person bookings, come and visit us at The Coronet Theatre:
103 Notting Hill Gate, London W11 3LB


Concessionary rate tickets are available on selected days providing 20% off tickets for those in full-time education, BlueLight card holders or in receipt of benefits. Proof of status is required when collecting tickets at the Box Office.

Visitors with access needs (wheelchair, deaf and hard of hearing, or blind and sight impaired) can book tickets at a concessionary rate, including one companion, by contacting the Box Office on 020 3642 6606 or by email at


We offer one free teacher ticket with every ten students. If you would like to reserve tickets for your school or college, email .


Mon — Fri: 10:00am — 5:30pm
(in person bookings until 8:00pm on performance days)

Sat – Sun (performance days only):
Open 4 hours before the performance


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A good way of securing a ticket last minute is to queue at the box office for returns. A return is a ticket given back to the box office at last minute, when the audience member can no longer make it. You can also ask to be added in the waiting list by calling our Box Office or by sending an email.






Coronet Bar

The Coronet Theatre is a jewel to be discovered, combining a rich heritage with unique décor to create memorable experiences for our performers and our audiences.

Our candlelit bar is one of the most atmospheric theatre bars you’ll visit. Open 1 hour before every performance until 11pm, you can enjoy a selection of fine wines, bottled beers, spirits and soft drinks, or join us for our popular Poetry Club. *






*Please note, the bar is open to ticketholders only.


If you have a specific access requirement, please contact us and we will do our best to help you. Call 020 3642 6606 or email
If you want to find out more or inform us of any particular needs, then just get in touch. We’re happy to help.

We are committed to making the experience of all patrons as easy and enjoyable as possible.

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 the foyer, and then a further eight steps from the foyer to the auditorium level. Due to the nature of the building we are currently only able to accommodate customers who are able to transfer to a stairlift. When patrons are transferring from a wheelchair to a theatre seat we will store the wheelchair safely for the duration of the show and bring it to you during the interval if required. An in-house wheelchair is also available.

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