First wave of every intellectual thought that takes form of legendary movies and define entertainment to the world waved in the Leicester Square, the centre of London’s cinema land. Leicester Square is actually a pedestrianised square in the west end of London. Leicester Square has a life of Phoenix as the history of Leicester Square rises from the ashes of the great fire of London in 1633. Short after that Rober Sydney, 2nd Earl of Leicester had built a mansion named “Leicester House”. Leicester Square named after this personality of royal aristocratic family.
Aristocracy maintained when Frederick, Prince of Wales became a resident of Leicester House. Leicester Square amuses people from all over the world by being the entertainment capital of London’s Theatre land and now theatre makes way for cinema premiers. Leicester Square stops the wheel of time and gives a vision of Classical, Neo-classical, modern, intellectual way of thoughts. The legendary personalities like Shakespeare, Sir Issac Newton, Sir Joshua Reynolds, John Hunter, Hogarth and Charlie Chaplin are also there in simulacrum form. The square is also known for the home for official London Half-Price Theatre Ticket Hall (TKTS).