Coronet Theatre London
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15.01.2013 (2869 days ago)
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Websitewww.coronettheatre.co.uk
Telephone020 7701 1500
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CountryUnited Kingdom
StateLondon
CityLondon
Address 128 New Kent Road
Zip/Postal CodeSE1 6TJ
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Interested in hiring The Coronet? Contact us at info@coronetlondon.co.uk
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In the heart of Elephant and Castle The Coronet only ever hosts the biggest and best parties. It has been home to the likes of Secret Sundaze, SupermartXe, DC10-Circo Loco and Modular Recordings not to mention recent live acts such as Alicia Keys, The Wombats, Groove Armada, Friendly Fires, The Rifles, Wolfmother, Faithless, LCD Soundsystem, Hot Chip, Goldfish, Eliza Doolittle, Kelis, Will.I.Am, Cassius, Tinchy Stryder, Rob Da Bank, Professor Green, Reverend & the Makers, The Maccabees, Mumford & Sons, Mogwai, Herve, Tinie Tempah, Stereo MC's and Ladyhawke.

With a capacity of 2160, a mind-blowing state-of-the-art sound system set in 1920’s Art-Deco architecture, The Coronet can host club nights, live music and corporate events. Combined with it’s late license the venue is most certainly the most unique of it’s kind in London.

Whatever the event, it’s going to be one hell of a party. 
To contact the venue please call 0207 701 1500
or email info@coronettheatre.co.uk
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The Coronet has been operating as an entertainment venue for over 100 years and to this day has managed to retain all of it’s art deco features. Originally conceived as a public hall, it appeared as Theatre Royal in 1872 but a fire in 1878 lead to renovations initiated by Jethro Thomas Robinson. Works were completed by Frank Hatcham who was also responsible for The Hackney Empire, The Hippodrome, The Colliseum and several other well known London venues. Just one year later The Elephant and Castle Theatre opened it’s doors to the public and a very young Charlie Chaplin soon graced the stage. In 1928 the theatre became a cinema, and whilst London was being destroyed by The Blitz the building stood strong and was often used as a shelter.

In the late ‘60s, the triple cinema complex ABC Elephant & Castle was born. The name would change again several times until the building was abandoned in 1999.

The Coronet was restored and reopened in 2003. With a capacity of 2600 over 3 floors and a late license, it has become a venue synonymous with live music, the biggest club nights in the capital and is now also hosting corporate and private parties.
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Students as the academic year begins, four of the UK’S top promoters have teamed up to create the ULTIMATE Student Party to kick off the season, YOUNI JAM will be the BIGGEST Student Party Ever , We have over 30 universities in attendance and have acquired one of the uk’s Biggest and Noble venues, w…
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