The Notting Hill Coronet has a prestigious history, having started in 1898 as a theater with King Edward VII among its many famous visitors. Ellen Terry and Sarah Bernhardt both appeared here in its early days. It is now London's oldest operating cinema, and the atmosphere reflects this; it is worth visiting just to look around. The Coronet is now owned by Kensington Temple, a local pentecostal church congregation, and it features two screens, one with seats for 400 and the other with seats for 151 patrons. There is no particular religious slant on its films, just general entertainment for all.
- Type: Movies
- Accept Credit Card: visa, mastercard
- Nearest Train: Notting Hill Gate