UK Travel Guide

Theatres

St. Martin's Theatre

Designed in 1916 by W G R Sprague the early years of the theatre were given over to contemporary dramas dealing with such diverse subjects as venereal disease, homosexuality, divorce, alcoholism and insanity. Interspersed with these were productions of a lighter nature in the guise of comedies and musicals. As a sign of things to come the thriller Sleuth opened in 1970 and ran for three years giving way to Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap, the world's longest running 'whodunit', which transferred here from the Ambassador located next door.

Located at: Wren Street, London, WC2

Telephone: 020 7836 1443

Opens: Box Office Open 10:00am - 8:00pm

Cost: Monday - Thursday Stalls and Dress Circle 20.00

Closest Subway Station: Leicester Square Station (Click to see more atrraction at this station)