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These Gedling borough venues will screen King’s Coronation in May


Residents have been invited to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III by viewing the momentous event on big screens at venues in Arnold and Carlton.

Locals will be able to watch the ceremony for free, live on the cinema screen at the Bonington Theatre, the council’s 178 seater theatre and cinema in Arnold Town Centre. Tickets for the screening are free, but seats need to be booked in advance online at or by calling 0115 901 3640. 

The screening is scheduled to start at 10:45am but timings may be subject to change once official details are released.

PICTURED: The Bonington theatre and, below, Richard Herrod Centre (PHOTOS: Gedling Eye)

The event will also be broadcast at the council’s Richard Herrod Centre, Carlton. No booking is required for the event at the Richard Herrod Centre and the venue will be open from 8:15am.

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Bothe venues are run by Gedling Borough Council.

The Mayor of Gedling, Councillor Peter Barnes said: “We are thrilled to take part in the King’s Coronation celebrations and be able offer this opportunity for our residents to come together on this historic occasion.

“I can remember the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, and what a special time that was for the whole of the country. I have no doubt that the Coronation of His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort will be just as memorable.

“Seats at the Bonington will be limited so I’d recommend booking a place as soon as possible to avoid missing out.”

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