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St Martins Theatre
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If you like old fashioned kind of plays, this is it. Agatha Christie's stories are always interesting & that's why I wanted to see this show. The theatre is quite small and thus you can clearly see the stage in any seat. Unfortunately, the seats are uncomfortable, with tight leg space - even with no one sitting next to you. This is a classic play with twists, mystery & humour, the cast plays...more
As The Mousetrap is the only show perfomed at this theatre, obviously that's what we went to see.
The theatre is beautiful, if on the dusty side, and wonderfully laid out. I don't think there are any bad seats in the house. We went for a cheaper category and had a great view of the stage.
The show itself might be running for 60+ years, and it does feel a little outdated, but it's still dynamic...more
My my my, this is a delightful theater. I think there are no bad seats in the house.
It was designed by W. G. R. Sprague. Richard Verney, 19th Baron Willoughby de Broke commissioned Sprague to design the theatre building.The construction of St. Martin's was delayed by the outbreak of World War I. He went on to design a large number of theatres and music halls, almost all of them in London. At...more
Shhh!! Can you keep a secret?
Good, so can I! :P
When you go to see The Mousetrap, the cast asks that the audience kindly keep the mystery of the whodunit so that the longest running show in the world (62 years!) can keep entertaining people. But they never said I had to keep how much fun it is a secret, so here is my spoiler-free opinion!
The Mousetrap is very enjoyable and builds up...more
If you are reading this to find out who did it, tough luck. You need to to put yourself through this experience just like I did.
On the plus side, bar drinks are affordable and they offer double pours. It helps.more