The Coronet is a live music venue and nightclub in Elephant & Castle with a capacity of 2600 over three floors and a mind-blowing state-of-the-art sound system housed in a 1920's Art-Deco building.
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This is a great venue.
It's got a decent number of bars and you can lean up at the downstairs bar and still have a good enough view of the stage. It's a little bit like going to a gig in an episode of The OC. You can have a natter (or argument if truly channeling the spirit of Ryan and Marissa), get a drink and listen to the music.
It holds regular club nights in here too, so look out for those.more
Coronet Theatre is not the best place of the moment in London but I rate it 3 stars for their venues efforts. We have all the EdBangers Label birthday there (label of Justice, Busy P, Uffie and more) and this year there was (the last one was the 18th of June) the famous together party... I've been there for Vitalic, Fisher Spooner and all the MAC's which play good gigs always!!!
As far as venues go, this place rocks.
First off, I have only been here once, to a fancy private party that had free cocktails, free food, bands etc, so I can't comment on drinks prices, cover charges or anything like that.
The Coronet is an old cinema. There is still a movie theatre part to the club with a screen and seats. There is also a stage and a couple of bars.
This venue is a...more
I came here a few years ago with a friend for a techno night. The club is an old cinema, and as 'concepts' go it's pretty awesome. There is a dance floor and various rooms. The layout is a little odd as they don't obviously correspond to that of a cinema. Still there is a balcony with seats, that I imagine is unchanged aspect. At the show I was at they were projecting nuclear bomb warning...more
This was weird, I went in not knowing what to expect, it doesn't look like much from the outside. And inside, again, you walk in - labyrinthine corridors to the toilets, climb a stairwell, a medium sized room with cool kids dancing. Up the stairs again, and it's another, slightly larger room, again with people dancing. Go up the stairs again, and you come out INTO A MASSIVE...more