The Mousetrap Tickets
St Martin's Theatre
Approx. capacity: 550
St Martin's Theatre is a West End theatre, located in West Street, near Charing Cross Road, in the London Borough of Camden. It was designed by W.G.R. Sprague as one of a pair of theatres, with the Ambassadors Theatre. The theatre was Grade II listed by English Heritage in March 1973. This theatre is one of the 40 theatres featured in the 2012 DVD documentary series Great West End Theatres, presented by Donald Sinden. The theatre is currently showing 'The Mousetrap' and has been since March 1974, making it the longest running show in history.
St Martin's Theatre is just around the corner from Leicester Square tube station, served by the Northern and Piccadilly lines.
All major London stations connect with the tube. Take the Northern or Piccadily line to Leicester Square station.
The venue is in central London so public transport is advised where possible.
Dial-A-Cab 020 7253 5000 Radio Taxis 020 7272 0272 Computer Cab 020 7286 0286
You can get any of these buses - 14,19, 22, 24, 29, 38, 40, 176
If you have to drive, you can use MasterPark at Cambridge Circus or NCP at Upper St Martin's Lane and Bedfordbury.
Number of Steps
There are 3 steps up from the entrance to the Foyer, 3 steps to the back of the Dress Circle, 29 steps down to the front of the Stalls.
There is one space available for wheelchair/scooter users in Box C in the Dress Circle. The venue can provide a transfer to aisle seats if available.
Induction loop and Infra-red system are available at the venue Box Office. A deposit is required.
Guide dogs are allowed in the auditorium or staff can dog sit.
As it enters its 62nd incredible year in November 2014, this world record breaking production continues to attract audiences to the St. Martin's Theatre from every corner of the globe. In her own inimitable style, Dame Agatha Christie has created an atmosphere of shuddering suspense and a brilliantly intricate plot where murder lurks around every corner... The Mousetrap first entered the record books many years ago on 12th April 1958 when it became the longest running show of any kind in the history of British Theatre.
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More Information about The Mousetrap Tickets
A £2.75 transaction fee applies (this will be added to your order on the payment page).
Booking Period: Until 19 December 2015
Running Time: 2 hours & 15 minutes [including one interval]
Age recommendation: 10+
The Mousetrap 62 Years and Still Going Strong
Agatha Christie's THE MOUSETRAP has kept audiences guessing for six decades...
As it enters its 62nd incredible year in November 2014, this world record breaking production continues to attract audiences to the St. Martin's Theatre from every corner of the globe. In her own inimitable style, Dame Agatha Christie has created an atmosphere of shuddering suspense and a brilliantly intricate plot where murder lurks around every corner...
The Mousetrap first entered the record books many years ago on 12th April 1958 when it became the longest running show of any kind in the history of British Theatre.
During the phenomenal 62 year run there have been no fewer than 382 actors and actresses appearing in the play, 116 miles of shirts have been ironed and over 415 tons of ice cream sold. Some cast members are in the Guinness Book of Records - David Raven as the 'Most Durable Actor' for 4575 performances as Major Metcalf and the late Nancy Seabrooke for a record breaking 15 years as an understudy. And for the last 38 years, St Martin's Theatre has been the home of The Mousetrap - more than half of its record breaking run!
"ONE OF THE MOST SKILFULLY WRITTEN MURDER MYSTERIES EVER PRODUCED" NEW YORK TIMES
"DESERVINGLY A CLASSIC AMONG MURDER THRILLERS" OBSERVER
A £1 per ticket charity fee for the benefit of charities working with young people and the arts has been collected on behalf of the theatre
The charities will include Mousetrap Theatre Projects, London's leading theatre education charity, which takes 12,000 disadvantaged young people to the best of London theatre each year, who would not otherwise have that opportunity
Director: Ian Talbot
Cast Includes: Benjamin Askew, Pamela Buchner, Grace Carter, Daniel Crowder, William Ilkley, Will Jennings, Patrick Pearson, Hannah Robertson
Saturday 12 July 2014 4pm & Saturday 23 May 2015 4pm - Sign Interpreted Performance by Theatresign
Tuesday 6 August 2013 3pm & Saturday 21 June 2014 4pm - Captioned Performance by Stagetext