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The West End of London is a district of Central London, west of the City of London and north of the River Thames, in which many of the city's major tourist attractions, shops, businesses, government buildings and entertainment venues, including West End theatres, are concentrated. The term was first used in the early 19th century to describe fashionable areas to the west of Charing Cross. The West End covers parts of the boroughs of Westminster and Camden. While the City of London is the main bu
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The West End area of London is full of theatres, bars, restaurants and shops. There are also quite a few tourist attractions including Leicester Square, Picadilly Circus, Covent Garden and Chinatown to name just a few. Many of the tube lines go through West End and lots of buses as well but the best way to explore is on foot. There are lots of places to stop off and loads of shops to go into including the M&M's and Lego Stores.
The West End, also known as Theatreland, covers a large area of central London and is home to more than 40 historic and modern theatres showing the world's best smash-hit shows, plays and glitzy musicals, where you can see everything from The Mousetrap to The Lion King.
- Location of the theater district. London's theatrical heartland, often referred to as Theaterland or West End, is roughly bounded by Piccadilly Circus to the west, Trafalgar Square to south, Tottenham Court Road to the north and Covent Garden to the east.
- What to watch. Although theater titles change regularly in West End, a number of regular shows forms a list of must-sees for any visitors to the entertainment haven.
- Where to buy tickets. Half-price ticket booths are on every street corner in West End. Among all, the most reputable stand is called TKTS which is located on the southside of Leicester Square.
- Show schedules. Most shows start from 7:30pm with a 20-minute interval and they usually have one day-time matinee during the week and one over the weekend.
The West End is also home to London's most famous upmarket shopping streets: Oxford Street, Regent Street, and Carnaby Street, where you can find chic boutiques and a wealth of wonderful cafes and restaurants as well. Check out the clubs in Leicester Square or while away an afternoon in the majestic National Portrait Gallery.
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London Theatre tickets for all West End shows plus theatre news, reviews, offers, cheap tickets and discounts to musicals and plays from WestEndTheatre.com
Check out the latest London shows and see what’s on in London theatre with our handy theatre listings guide! See which West End shows are brand new or coming to a close, and view theatre productions by month or day of the week by browsing our theatre calendar.