The Coronet Theatre
103 Notting Hill Gate
London W11 3LB
Parking near the theatre is very limited. We recommend you travel by public transport.
Notting Hill Gate
(Central, Circle & District Lines)
1 minute walk
27, 28, 31, 52, 94, 148, 328, 452 to Notting Hill Gate
How to Book
No booking fees for online, phone or in person bookings.
By phone 020 3642 6606
In person at The Coronet Theatre
103 Notting Hill Gate, London W11 3LB
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Mon — Sat: 10:00am — 6:00pm
(in person bookings until 8:00pm on performance days)
Sun (performance days only):
Open one hour before the performance
Concessionary rate tickets (up to £5 off) are available on selected days for those in full-time education, aged 65+ or in receipt of benefits. Proof of status is required.
Disabled visitors plus one companion get tickets priced £15 each.
Buy 10 tickets and get the 11th ticket free.
We offer one free teacher ticket with every eight students. If you would like to reserve tickets for your school or college, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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 one 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.
On arrival, there is a bell on the outside of the building for any patrons requiring assistance. 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.
To enter the main space stairs are unavoidable. The main entrance to the building has three steps from the street to foyer, and then a further eight steps from foyer to auditorium level. Unfortunately, we currently do not have any way to give access to a patron that cannot leave a wheelchair.
The Print Room
To enter our studio space The Print Room there are six steps at the rear of the building to which patrons with access requirements can be accompanied.