Print Room at the Coronet announces Princess Eugenie of York as Royal Patron of venue and its most ambitious season yet for 2017. 22 November 2016

Artistic Director Anda Winters announces Princess Eugenie of York as the Royal Patron of the venue and Print Room at the Coronet’s fifth season of work in its new, permanent home. The Spring/Summer 2017 programme, in Notting Hill’s reinvigorated Victorian play and opera house, features four world premieres. Seminal British playwright Howard Barker will open the season. Three of the works are being created especially for the space, including Russell Maliphant’s site-inspired return to his early choreography and two specially commissioned works: Erratica’s Remnants and poet Glyn Maxwell’s new adaptation of Babette’s Feast. The extraordinary Kathryn Hunter is devising and starring in a second Blixen project, Out of Blixen. World renowned film and theatre composer Jocelyn Pook completes the programme with her mixed-media work Hearing Voices. This season reinforces the theatre’s commitment to producing and presenting a varied and bold repertoire of work.

Read the full press release here.