London's classiest fringe theatre has a new home: in 2014 The Print Room moved house to share a building with the Victorian Coronet cinema.
Originally opened in 2010 off Hereford Road in Notting Hill, The Print Room rapidly made a name for itself as London's classiest fringe theatre: in no small part thanks to its major league co-founder, the director Lucy Bailey. She departed in 2012, and if the theatre has never quite recaptured the heights of her 'Uncle Vanya', it's remained an important venue with a reputation for punching above its weight and seasoning its theatre output with dance and visual art. In 2014 artistic director Anda Winters moved the venue to the Victorian Coronet cinema in Notting Hill Gate. The Print Room studio theatre and the Coronet's screen are to run together once the screen re-opens in 2015.
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