St Martin's Theatre Upper Circle

Upper Circle photos

View Seating Plan

Upper Circle guide

The Upper Circle is the highest level of the theatre, and can feel quite steep due to being well-raked, however it does not feel too distant from the stage. The section is split in two by a large central aisle.

Seats are relatively small with cramped legroom, specifically towards the rear of the seating. Prices differ depending on the overall quality of seats, but many discounts can be found in this section due to the large and obstructing safety rail.

Upper Circle seats face head-on to the stage, with the best seats being in the middle of the section. Row E has slightly bigger seats, which can be more comfortable. This section is also subject to upgrades, so it may be worth risking purchasing the cheapest tickets in Row G and H.

Bars

There is a bar located on this level.

Toilets

Women’s and Men’s toilets are situated on this level.