Located in the heart of London’s West End and close to Leicester Square underground station, St Martin’s Theatre holds a prime position within the city’s famous theatre area. It has an intimate atmosphere which has suited it to the niche comedies and thrillers it has hosted, with the auditorium having a relatively modest capacity of 550. For the past four decades the theatre, which first opened in 1916, has been summed up in two words: The Mousetrap! The worlds longest running play has called St Martin’s Theatre home since 1974 after transferring from The Ambassadors Theatre and has exceeded 28,000 performances. This Agatha Christie murder mystery is a classic Whodunnit and theatregoers are implored not to reveal it! Due to the venues central location, it benefits from top-notch entertainment including lots of restaurants, bars, clubs and cafes to suit every age, taste and budget. Whilst in the area why not take advantage of the many nearby attractions such as the National Gallery, the London Film Museum, Piccadilly Circus, Soho and the National Portrait Gallery.