A complete guide to St. Martin’s Theatre in London

By | Posted on 01-Apr-2020

A complete guide to St. Martin’s Theatre in London

Find out more about the theatre with our complete guide to the West End playhouse, home to the longest-running show in the world. Book The Mousetrap tickets now.

Guide to London’s St. Martin’s Theatre in the West End

Where is St. Martin’s Theatre?

Can I travel to St. Martin’s Theatre by tube?

Are you using the London Underground to get to St. Martin’s Theatre? The nearest tube station is  Leicester Square (Northern and Piccadilly). Covent Garden (Piccadilly) which are close by too.

When did St. Martin’s Theatre open?

The founder of St Martin’s Theatre, 19th Baron Willoughby de Broke became a theatre manager with the assistance of a friend, Bertie Meyer. The theatre is still in the hands of the Willoughby de Brokes and is one of the few privately owned theatres in the West End.

What show is currently at St. Martin’s Theatre?

The Mousetrap

The Mousetrap is currently at St. Martin’s.

As the longest running play of all time, The Mousetrap is without a doubt a legendary piece of theatre history. If The Mousetrap were a public figure, it would be a national treasure – a Judi Dench, perhaps, or a Stephen Fry. You wouldn’t pass up the opportunity to spend an evening with those two, so why put off your visit to this vintage whodunnit from the mistress of suspense Agatha Christie?

There really is nothing quite like the thrill of peeking into a remote house, sizing up its odd residents and pondering the mounting pile of red herrings as you try to crack one of the most celebrated cases of all time. Book The Mousetrap tickets at St. Martin’s Theatre.