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St Martin's Theatre, London

258 Seat Reviews

We have 258 seat reviews in the St Martin's Theatre, London. Click on a seat to add your own review.

St Martin's Theatre Seating Plan

The St Martin's Theatre has a capacity of 541 seats, including 265 seats in the Stalls, 123 seats in the Dress Circle and 153 seats in the Upper Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 258 seat reviews and 711 photos of views from seat. St Martin's Theatre Seating Plan

Good Value Seats

Sit in the Upper Circle for some great views at a discounted price. Views are unobstructed, especially in the back row, and chances are you will be allowed to move down into the more expensive seats just before the show starts. Even if you are not so lucky, these seats are good value for money as the theatre is small enough to enjoy the play without obstruction.

Premium Seats

The best seats in the house are located towards the front of the Dress Circle. The section feels relatively low, and so views from this level are almost direct with the stage. Aim to sit in the central section, perhaps two rows from the front.

St Martin's Theatre Info

The St Martin's Theatre was built as a pair with the Ambassadors Theatre, both opening in 1916. Tucked away in the Seven Dials, the intimate venue has been home to many small-scale productions, before hosting the world's longest-running play The Mousetrap, where it has continued to play into its 60th year. The small, intricate space is perfect for Agatha Christie's thriller, which has been entertaining audiences for over half a century.

The auditorium is smaller than most West End venues, and is split across three levels. Views of the stage are particularly good from most areas, although safety rails and overhangs can cause restriction. The seats are not the most comfortable, so aisle seats are recommended if you require additional leg room.

Location and Map

West Street, London, WC2H 0DP
  • The Mousetrap at the St Martin's Theatre, London

    The Mousetrap

    Agatha Christie’s classic whodunnit has become the world’s longest running show, having played continuously in the West End since 1952. The guests and their hosts at a snowed in country house fall under suspicion when the police arrive to question them about their connection to a nearby grizzly murder.

    Booking from 23 Sep 2017 to 05 Jan 2019

Accessible Seats

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Getting into the Venue
The St Martin’s Theatre main entrance is located on West Street, adjacent to the Ambassadors Theatre. There are 3 shallow steps up from street level and double doors through to the foyer area, where the Box Office is located. A drop-off point is available outside the theatre main entrance.

All sections must be reached by stairs, all of which are highlighted with handrails. A temporary ramp can be placed over the 5 steps to the Dress Circle for wheelchair users.

Customer Assistance
Staff are on hand to assist with navigation throughout the theatre and doors are constantly manned. An intercom is available outside the building to attract the attention of the staff, who will assist with helping patrons into the theatre. Staff will retrieve the temporary ramp when requested. Adapted facilities are available via the entrance on Tower Court. Staff will accompany patrons to and from the facilities.

Transfers are available to any aisle seat in the Dress Circle. It is advised that patrons bring a companion and staff will store wheelchairs for the duration of the performance.

How to Book
For those who require special assistance or wish to book wheelchair spaces, it is important to book in advance and notify the theatre of any special requirements. Booking privileges and discounts are available for access patrons and their companions.

For further information and accessibility booking, please call: 020 3034 2604 or email: