Exclusive offer from The Coronet for KCWToday readers

Exclusive offer from The Coronet for KCWToday readers


The Print Room celebrates the end of the year with an entertaining and eclectic programme of music, poetry, comedy and drama in the intimate Victorian setting of the iconic Coronet.

Read on for special ticket offers exclusively for KCW Today readers this week…


Tue 11 December 7.30pm

Poetry at the Print Room

Contemporary UK poets read from their work in the sumptuous setting of our atmospheric candlelit bar. Featuring Jean Sprackland, Mark Ford, and Zaffar Kunial.

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Wed 12 – Fri 14 December 7pm

Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol

adapted and performed by Clive Francis

£15 tickets for KCW Today readers (Thu 13 Dec, 7pm only – normally £25) – use promo code CORONET15


Veteran actor Clive Francis – star of more than 100 West End, TV shows and films – brings his tour-de-force solo performance to the intimate Victorian setting of the Coronet.

Perfect for the intimate Victorian setting of the Coronet, critics have described Clive’s performance as “spellbinding”  (Sunday Times ★★★★) and the “performance of his career” (Daily Telegraph ★★★★). An unmissable festive treat for everyone aged 8 and over!

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Sat 15 December, 8pm

Rhapsody in You / Wrongs Songs for Christmas

with Richard Thomas, Philip Edward Fisher and Sooz Kempner

£15 tickets for KCW Today readers (normally £30) – use promo code CORONET15


We’re thrilled to premiere new material from the ‘enfant terrible’ of musical theatre, Richard Thomas (creator of Jerry Springer – The Opera and much more).

A masterly rendition of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue by Philip Edward Fisher is followed by Richard’s piano impressions in Rhapsody in You. Then Richard is joined by singer and comedian Sooz Kempner for a festive romp through Wrongs Songs for Christmas – it’s everything you ever wanted to say about Christmas but never dared!

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18 – 20 December 7.30pm

The Dead by James Joyce

Presented by Dead Poets Live

Funny, universal and incredibly moving, Joyce’s short story takes place during a

Christmas party on a snowy night in Dublin, 1904. Once again, Dead Poets Live bring a top line-up of acting talent to present a wonderful dramatised reading of arguably one of the finest short stories in the English language.

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Please note that all offers are subject to limited availability for discounted tickets. Offers cannot be combined. Tickets already purchased cannot be refunded. Transaction fees also apply to phone and online bookings.


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