Discover Leicester Square

Entertainment

From the Queen’s encounter with Marilyn Monroe, to the Rolling Stones’ first gigs, Leicester Square has hosted some of the most iconic moments of stage and screen. Today, there’s no shortage of audacious entertainment, thanks to the 4DX cinema experience, many of London’s oldest theatres and a nightclub with a dazzling 17,000 mirror disco ball.

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Harold Pinter Theatre

Harold Pinter Theatre

The Harold Pinter Theatre is a West End venue best known for hosting new plays and classic revivals. It was named the Harold Pinter Theatre in 2011, after the late Nobel Prize winner and in recognition of his contribution to comedy.

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M&M's World

Enjoy the ultimate M&M’s experience in this four-story candy store full of colourful chocolate fun. Pick your favourite colour or flavour from the world's Biggest Chocolate Wall.

Garrick Theatre

Garrick Theatre

The Garrick Theatre is a West End theatre, named after prolific stage actor, producer and theatre manager David Garrick. It is located on Charing Cross Road and is a Grade II listed building.

Newton to Shakespeare

Red Square

Leicester square has been home to a number of historical figures. Statues of William Hogarth, Sir Joshua Reynolds, John Hunter and Sir Isaac Newton have all featured in the gardens, which at the centre, permanently showcases William Shakespeare.

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