Leicester Square Theatre • 1939

The Leicester Square Theatre / Olympic Theatre / Odeon West End

Entrance to Leicester Square Underground Station • Cranbourn Street • 1916

Entrance to Leicester Square Tube Station in Cranbourn Street, London, An interchange for the Piccadilly and Northern Lines [then the Hampstead Line], the building is faced in tiles. The corner houses the premises of Salmon & Gluckstein.

Monseigneur News Theatre • Leicester Square • 1937

Monseigneur News Theatre, Leicester Square,London c News film theatres were the rage throughout the Some even offered afternoon tea to go with Pathe News/Movietone News and Disney cartoon shorts.

Leicester Square • 1880

Leicester Square is a pedestrianised square in the West End of London, England. It was laid out in 1670 and is named after the contemporary Leicester House, itself named after Robert Sidney, Earl of Leicester.

Charing Cross Road • 1938

London’s Charing Cross Road with the Hippodrome and Leicester Square station on the left, 1938 - of course the opposite side of the road has been pedestrianised for years - & the Hippodrome is now a very posh casino ~M x

Odeon Cinema • Leicester Square • 1937

Odeon Cinema, Leicester Square, City Of Westminster, Greater London, November by John Maltby


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The Empire Theatre in Leicester Square in all its illuminated glory back in 1927. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

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Comedian and actor Leslie Henson with Hollywood dancer, singer and film actor Fred Astaire (1899 - 1987) and his sister Adele Astaire (1898 - 1981) after an explosion at the Princes Theatre in London. 12.22.1928

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Fred And Adele Astaire

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