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All reviews agatha christie upper circle mouse trap dress circle great play longest running play in the world plenty of leg room twists and turns bucket list box office front row excellent production great cast toilet facilities west end second half my mum
This was a great family outing! We attended The Mousetrap with our 12 year old daughter and had a wonderful afternoon. We can now cross this off our London bucket list. This is a lovely old theatre so if you are tall, I would suggest...More
My daughter and I were visiting London from Australia for Christmas. Both being Agatha Christie fans it was a no brainer that we would see this play. We went to the box office in the morning and a wonderfully helpful man sold us tickets to...More
Nice theater although very small and not much leg room if you are over five feet tall (cosy) Went to see the Mousetrap at long last, slow start with the second half being better. Quite a few twists at the end but your not supposed...More
The Mousetrap , Agatha Christies masterpiece is something I have always wanted to see and another biggie off my bucket list. The theatre is small but rather intimate and retains a certain charm. We sat front row in the upper circle and were slightly inconvenienced...More
Went to see the Mousetrap about two weeks ago. It's a really nice theatre and the play was great. I must give a big thank you to the staff. I injured my foot quite badly just as we arrived and my worry was that we...More
I'm 13, and I went to London with my class for a school travel in October.
The theatre was authentic and it's the famous place where the Mousetrap is played.
This play was astounding, with extraordinary suspense and trusting suspects and also a mistery plot...More
The Mousetrap is a really good play in St Martin's theatre.
It's a play by Agatha Christie.This theatre is very beautiful and the scenery is amazing because it's like a real manor.The duration of the play was long, two hours! But there was a pause...More
Visited the theatre in Westend for the longest running theatre show ' The Mousetrap '.The show is so well narrated,directed and presented that the fact that the use of radio with no back ground music can be used as a powerful tool for presentation of...More
I understand that looks silly but they were doing such a good job, especially in the second half, I worried for the cast. We sat RIGHT up against the railing in the balcony, which is not ideal if you are taller than 5'3" or have...More
In October, I saw a play called "The Mousetrap".That was during a scholar trip with my college. That's a play called written by Agatha Christie in 1952. The actors were very good,they played well and that made the play very interesting. That was one of...More
Whether you're headed here to check out the multitude of shops, theaters, cafes, pubs, and restaurants, or simply to be among the multitude of people who pass through this pretty part of town, you'll love soaking up the festive and historic atmosphere in and around Covent Garden. Even if you don't have tickets to the opera or a show at one of the many famous theaters here, don't be surprised if find yourself captivated
by some impromptu act of a street performer wowing the crowds in Covent Garden's Piazza. If you do have tickets, you'll be pleased to note that many of the local eateries accommodate theatergoers with prix fixe menus, early dinners, and later than usual opening hours.
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If you mean where you will be sitting then the answer would be no. Leg room is very tight, crossing your legs even difficult, though we are a tall family. My suggestion would be to ask the lovely staff in the ticket office... More
If you mean where you will be sitting then the answer would be no. Leg room is very tight, crossing your legs even difficult, though we are a tall family. My suggestion would be to ask the lovely staff in the ticket office if you could leave your suitcase with them. Back in the day I'm sure there was a cloakroom for checking in your coat etc, possibly still is.