Discover Leicester Square

What's OnWest End Live

  • Dates 16/06/2018 - 16/06/2018
  • Location Trafalgar Square, WC2N 5DX
  • Price Free
West End Live, the FREE annual musical extravaganza, will be taking over Trafalgar Square on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th June - with even more free events and activities taking place in Leicester Square, London’s home of entertainment.Click here to view our special offers for the West End Live Weekend.Celebrating the very best of London’s top shows, West End Live will feature an impressive musical line up of performances, singalongs and workshops from 26 shows including longstanding favourites such as Thriller Live and The Phantom of the Opera and and high energy newcomers such the Strictly Ballroom The Musical and Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.To make the most of the day, revellers can buy last minute and discounted tickets to see the shows in their entirety at numerous locations including London Theatre Bookings and TKTS located in Leicester Square.Alternatively, they can head to the Theatre Café on nearby Shaftsbury Avenue, which is hosting an evening after party on Saturday night.Just minutes from West End Live, many of the Leicester Square restaurants are offering great value set menus including three-dishes for £20 at the contemporary Mexican and Peruvian Leicester Square Kitchen, or two-courses for £14.95 at the Heliot Steak House. While Leicester Square’s Icon Bar has a Laurent-Perrier Champagne pop-up and on Panton Street, the Japan Centre’s ‘Sample Saturday’ event (16th June), will enable customers to experience a free taste of Japan from 11am-4pm.For the latest news check out our social media channels:Twitter: @DiscoverLSQInstagram: @DiscoverLSQThe event is completely free to the public and no tickets are required. However, entry is on a first come, first served basis. West End Live is presented by Westminster City Council, Society of London Theatre, Magic Radio with support from the Mayor of London.Click here to find out more about the free event.(Image: Pamela Raith Photography)
Covent Garden to Leicester Square

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In 1849, whilst in London, Karl Marx lived in the German Hotel, which is now Leicester House.

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