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St Martin's Theatre

West Street, London WC2H 9NH

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Nearest Tube Station Tube Station: Leicester Square
Parking Parking: MasterPark at Cambridge Circus. NCP at Upper St Martin’s Lane and Bedfordbury.
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Guide Dogs Guide Dogs:

Guide dogs are allowed in the auditorium or staff will dog-sit by prior arrangement with the management. Dogs will be looked after in the ManagerG¦+s office.

Sound Amplification Infra-Red:

Induction loop and single track infra-red systems with 4 headsets. You will be asked for a deposit. Please book in advance.

Disabled Wheelchair Access Disabled Access:

There is 1 space for wheelchair/scooter users in Box C at Dress Circle level and 2 wheelchair spaces in the Dress Circle. Removable ramp up 5 steps to Box C and Dress Circle - staff will assist. Your wheelchair will be raised on a small platform to enable you to see over the parapet. Your companion can be seated next to you. Transfer possible to aisle seats in the Dress Circle - wheelchairs stored in Stalls corridor. Wheelchair users must bring a non-disabled companion.

Toilets Toilets:

Adapted toilet by the Tower Street entrance. Manager holds keys.

Steps Steps:

3 steps up from the pavement through double swing doors into the foyer. Box Office counter to left. Staircases have handrails on both sides. Steps are highlighted. 3 steps to the back of the Dress Circle and 2 steps between rows. 29 steps down to front of Stalls. Theatre open 30 mins before performance.

Air Conditioning Air Conditioning: Yes
Venue Owner Owner: Willoughby de Broke

St Martin's Theatre is a West End theatre, located in West Street, near Charing Cross Road, in the London Borough of Camden. It was designed as one of a pair of theatres with the Ambassadors Theatre by W.G.R. Sprague, in memoriam for the 9th Baron Willoughby de Broke.