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St. Martin's theatre in London is renovated & presents The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie.

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St Martin's Theatre in London

St Martin's Theatre in London

St Martin's Theatre in London has been refurbished over the last few years and the outside of the theatre building has been restored to its former glory. Currently showing The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie, a great theatrical performance written by the great crime writer, St Martin's theatre in London is a destination for all those looking for an exciting night out.

The London St Martin's Theatre is privately owned and boasts having staged plays by John Galsworthy, Frederick Lonsdale and Noel Coward amongst others. Notable successes in the post war years include Hugh Williams' The Grass is Greener, John Mortimer's The Wrong Side of the Park and the record-breaking thriller Sleuth.

The phenomenal success of The Mousetrap keeps the show running up to this day. It was first transferred to the London St Martin's theatre in 1974, so the theatre has been showing it for 35 years! If you are looking for some acclaimed show to see and not be disappointed, visit the St Martin's in London to see The Mousetrap.

For more information on St Martin's Theatre shows in London, please phone 020 7836 1443.

Visiting London St Martin's Theatre:

Address: West Street, Camden, London, WC2H 0DP

Telephone: 020 7836 1443

Nearest Underground Stations:
Leicester Square Tube

For more information on the St Martin's Theatre in London visit : www.the-mousetrap.co.uk/online/

What's on at St Martin's Theatre in London:
Mousetrap at St Martins Theatre
The Mousetrap at St Martins Theatre
The world's longest running play has lost none of its form. Indeed, the reputation of this murder mystery masterpeice goes from strength to strength as new generations of theatregoers are tricked & teased by a plot with more twists than a really ...
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Spend a great night out by watching your favourite stage play at the London St. Martin's Theatre!