The Coronet Theatre Guestlist & Table Bookings
Once a run down cinema with a big history, now The Coronet Theatre is a top venue with an exciting future. This beautifully restored Elephant and Castle venue is sure to be one of the sparkling highlights on your clubbing calendar.
The Coronet Theatre is an excellent example of successful innovation in a forgotten about area. It could easily be missed amongst the bustling traffic of the many Elephant and Castle roundabouts but once you have experienced this sumptuous club it is sure to stay fresh in your mind forevermore. The layout is an interesting mix of old and new as red velvet curtains and chairs conjure up sumptuous images of the cinema’s past while the use of glossy metal and glass at the bar guides you toward the future and beyond. There is also a generously large outside smoking area, which is popular with the many clubbers that gather here to mingle and chitchat over the weekend. As the club is currently only open for specific events, it is definitely worth your while calling beforehand to check the correct dates.
The clientele are composed of die-hard clubbers for the most part but the venue also plays host to concerts and comedy nights, which brings in a more diverse crowd to the mix. The door staff can be strict and have a no-nonsense attitude but their attention to detail is what will keep you safe. The earplug wearing bar staff are enthusiastic and do their job efficiently while adding a carefree, party atmosphere throughout the club. The crazy pulsing vibe is then thoroughly enforced by the Djs and MCs who take centre stage throughout the weekend.
While club nights and live events kick off at The Coronet Theatre regularly, Drum and Bass nights are the main attraction. With a newly installed sound system this genre of music will no doubt continue to proclaim this club as a winning venue. Other musical gems to have rocked this venue to the core include German electronic music producer Boys Noize, Canadian IDM composer Caribou and American dance-punk band LCD Soundsystem.
They keep all things nice and simple at The Coronet Theatre, including the drinks. A decent spirit, beer and wine selection is available and all drinks are served in plastic cups to avoid any unnecessary injury. Beer and wine is priced at £4 a bottle or £3.50 a glass while the price comes in at a very reasonable £5 for a vodka and mixer.
With its lavish and richly textured design, forward thinking selection of DJs and laid back atmosphere, The Coronet Theatre is an excellent place to rave it up well into the early hours of the morning. If you are after some current, intelligent beats to party the night away with the added touch of cinematic glamour then look no further.