West End

St. Martin’s Theatre Seating Plan

The Mousetrap is currently playing at the St. Martin's Theatre, a historic theatre, where The Mousetrap has been playing since 1974. St. Martin's Theatre has a total of 527 seats across three levels – Stalls, Dress Circle, and Grand Circle. Get real-time seat availability and pricing for The Mousetrap, and find the best seats with our guide to the St. Martin's Theatre Seating Plan.

Navigating the St. Martin's Theatre Seating Plan


St. Martin's Theatre Seating Plan
St. Martin's Theatre Seating Plan Key St. Martin's Theatre Seating Plan Conditions

St. Martin's Theatre - The Mousetrap Ticket Prices

Starting from

Check Real-Time Seat Availability & Prices
Find Best Seats

St. Martin's Theatre - Recommended Seats

Value for money seats
Dress Circle: Seats 1-6 and 28-33 in row A. Grand Circle: Seats 3-24 in rows D-E. Check out the real time seat availability and pricing for The Mousetrap and get your tickets before they run out.
If money were no matter
Centre seats in rows E-L in Stalls, and centre seats in rows B-D in Dress Circle.
Best views of the stage
Stalls: Rows B-H. Dress Circle: Centre seats in Rows A-D. Grand Cirle: Rows B and C.

Use promo code WE10 and save £10 on The Mousetrap Tickets

St. Martin's Theatre Stalls

The Stalls area of the St. Martin’s Theatre has 251 seats spread across 14 rows. It is divided into four sections, with one big section facing the stage and the rest three sections below the overhang, which are divided by two aisles. The stalls have some of the best seats in the theatre and come at a premium price. The rows are named A-N with row A being closest to the stage. The middle seats 6-16 of the rows D-H have the best views of the stage and are also the best seats in the theatre.

Check out the real-time seat availability of the St. Martin's Theatre Stalls.


St. Martin's Theatre Dress Circle

St. Martin’s Theatre Dress Circle area has 123 seats spread across six rows. The Dress Circle area is divided into three sections that are separated by two aisles. The center section of the Dress Circle is quite close to the stage and offers unhindered views. The seats are also well-raked and the seats even at the back of the Dress Circle are quite good. The seats (A1-3, B1, and A24-26) at either end of the section where the floor curves, blocks a small part of the stage. Seat F1 is also a wheelchair accessible seat, and you can access it via a ramp from the Dress Circle entrance.

Check out the real-time seat availability of the St. Martin's Theatre Dress Circle.


St. Martin's Theatre Upper Circle

The Upper Circle at the St. Martin’s Theatre has 153 seats across eight rows. The Upper Circle area is divided into two sections by an aisle. The rows are A-H, with A being closest to the stage. The rows A, B, and C have somewhat obstructed views due to the safety railing. The seats are very steep and people with vertigo are advised against sitting in this section. There is very little leg room and it is best to choose aisle seats if you are especially tall. These seats are also the cheapest in the theatre but don’t necessarily have the best viewing experience as the seats can appear far away from the stage.

Check out the real-time seat availability of the St. Martin's Theatre Upper Circle.


Which Seats Offer The Best View?


A great seat with comfortable and clear views of the stage guarantees a good time at the theatre. Here are our suggestions to get the best views at the St. Martin’s Theatre to watch The Mousetrap.

Seats 6-16 in rows D-G in the Stalls offer the best views of the St. Martin’s Theatre and are also the most expensive in the house. They are in the center of the theatre and a bit away from the stage which means it is quite at the eye level. The seats 6-18 in the rows A-E and the entire F row of the Dress Circle also offer great views and are often at the same ticket price as the premium seats of the Stalls.

Which Seats Offer the Best Value for Money?


The Mousetrap is a must-watch play at West End and if you are on a budget then you may find these seat recommendations useful when you book tickets for the play.

In the Stalls, the seats 1-5 and 18-22 of all the rows A-H are at a good price, available at almost 30% lower than the premium tickets. They offer similar views of the stage and offer a wholesome viewing experience. In the Dress Circle, the two side sections are good and offer complete value for money. You can pick any seat in the dress circle and be guaranteed of a good view. The Upper Circle has the cheapest tickets and the aisle seats of 9 & 10 of rows D-H offer the best value for money as they have decent views of the stage with room to stretch your legs in the aisle.

Buy The Mousetrap Tickets


Wondering how to score cheap and discounted West End tickets for The Mousetrap? Get great last minute deals on The Mousetrap on Headout, your one stop, on-demand mobile concierge. All you need to do is choose your show, select your seats, and show up at the theatre on your selected day.

Use promo code WE10 and save £10 on The Mousetrap Tickets

Comments (0)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *