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Toby Stephens among big names announced for Print Room at the Coronet’s Winter’s Tales

Festive celebration of classic and contemporary stories for families also includes Tom Hollander.

Toby Stephens

Details of Print Room at the Coronet’s Winter’s Tales have been revealed. A stellar line up of well-known names will read their favourite festive stories. During the first week of December, classic and contemporary tales will be brought to life for children and families in the beautiful and intimate setting of the Coronet.

On Wednesday 6th December Mel Giedroyc, best-known as one half of duo Mel & Sue original co-hosts of The Great British Bake Off, will read Agatha Christie’s The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding, followed by BRIT Award-winning singer and songwriter Emeli Sandé (7th December) treating audiences to one of her favourite childhood tales. Penelope Wilton (8th December), the Olivier Award-winning actress widely known as Isabel Crawley in Downton Abbey who also performed one of Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads, takes to the stage with select stories from Winnie the Pooh by A.A. Milne. Poet and novelist, Ben Okri will be performing a new story, written especially for Winter’s Tales (9th December). British actor, Toby Stephens, will end the first week, reading the Roald Dahl classic and family favourite, The Twits (10th December). Completing the lineup will be BAFTA Award-winning actor Tom Hollander, comedian and author Shappi Khorsandi and Jamie Glover. Further details will be announced shortly.

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