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St Martin's Theatre capacity

St Martin's Theatre Seating Plan

The St Martin's Theatre has a capacity of 553 seats. Section capacities are 265 Stalls , 135 Dress Circle and 153 Upper Circle. Use our interactive seating plan to view 1098 seat reviews and 1111 photos of views from seat.

The auditorium is smaller than most West End venues. 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.

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.

Recommended Box Seats

Every good detective works best when they have some added privacy, so why not see The Mousetrap from the comfort of your own private box and try to work out the culprit in Agatha Christie’s world-famous whodunnit. Located in the Dress Circle, the St Martin’s Theatre box seats are perfect for couples or small groups of friends and have a good view of the action on the stage.

Box A and Box B are situated on the front sides of the Dress Circle and have a capacity for 2 patrons each, an ideal choice for those looking to make date night extra special. Due the intimate nature of the St Martin’s Theatre, the view from these box seats is very close to the stage, enabling you to see every intricate detail of the performance. Further back in the Dress Circle, the Royal Box is a 4-person box that exudes luxury. Accessed by its own private entrance, the box includes an excellent view of the stage, its own bathroom and a small reception room for pre-show and interval drinks. If you’re interested in purchasing seats in the Royal Box, please contact the St Martin’s Theatre box office directly.

Recent audience views

Upper Circle E16

summbrummsl 160cm, 29 reviews, 1 helpful vote
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St Martin's Theatre Upper Circle E16 view from seat photo

At the beginning the comfort of the seat was okay but after a while my bottom hurt because of a piece of wood (a border to prevent from being kicked by the person behind you). The rows in front of me don't have that hard piece on the seat, I guess they're... More

Saw The Mousetrap The Mousetrap on 17 April 2022

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Dress Circle C14
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mathewcooper 178cm, 42 reviews, 2 helpful votes
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St Martin's Theatre Dress Circle C14 view from seat photo

The seat is uncomfortable, there is no legroom, but it’s an old theatre. But the view is pretty good. I wouldn’t want to sit here if it was a sold out performance, but I was lucky that it was only about 50% capacity. More

Saw The Mousetrap The Mousetrap on 30 January 2022

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Stalls G12

elliescott1 11 reviews
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St Martin's Theatre Stalls G12 view from seat photo

The seats are VERY narrow but then all of the seats in this theatre are. I wouldn't sit anywhere else in this theatre as everywhere else has terrible legroom. This seat has an aisle in front so you can stretch your legs! More

Saw The Mousetrap The Mousetrap on 03 February 2022

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