Leicester Square Theatre, London
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Music lovers know all about the infamous Leicester Square theatre, with its amazing chequered history. The venue is best known for live music. Called The Cavern in the Town during the swinging sixties, it hosted the Small Faces for a regular residency. In the ‘70s, renamed Notre Dame Hall, the Rolling Stones and The Who rocked the house. And Punk took its place in the annals of history, with riotous gigs by The Sex Pistols and The Clash. Reopened in 2008, today the venue is about much more than big name acts. They’re dedicated to showcasing unusual, unique new artists and underground bands. As such it’s still a firm favourite with music lovers and hosts some of the best new and fresh groups in Britain and beyond. And there’s comedy too, with a host of top comedians taking the stage including Bill Bailey, Michael McIntrye, Julian Clary and Russell Howard. Fancy taking in a gig? We sell an excellent range of Leicester Square Theatre tickets, from bargain to premium seats!