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New Robert Holman play leads Print Room’s second season at the Coronet

The Coronet in Notting Hill, home of the Print Room.
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The Print Room has announced its second season at the Coronet in Notting Hill, which includes the world premiere of a new Robert Holman play.

A Breakfast of Eels will be directed by Robert Hastie and star Matthew Tennyson and Andrew Sheridan. It will run from March 16 to April 11, with press night on March 20.

The season also includes the London premiere of Title and Deed by Will Eno, which is being produced in association with Gare St Lazare, Ireland.

The one-man show will be performed by Conor Lovett and will open the season, running from January 14 to February 7, with press night on January 16.

From February 23 to 28, the Print Room will present a week-long dance festival, entitled 1898. The festival will see three emerging choreographers join Print Room artistic associate Hubert Esakow in creating four new short dance works, inspired by the year in which the Coronet was built.

Meanwhile, the programme also includes the continuation of the Poetry at the Print Room series, which features two poetry evenings on March 3 and April 4. Sean Borodale and Elaine Feinstein will perform their poetry in March, and Sean O’Brien in April, with further poets to be announced.

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