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Topic - Leicester Square
Leicester Square north of Trafalgar Square, east of Piccadilly Circus, west of Covent Garden, and south of Cambridge Circus. - Source: Wikipedia
Keith Richards has had a lot of rock `n' roll moments. He didn't expect another one at the premiere of The Rolling Stones' new documentary "Crossfire Hurricane."
In two weeks, if the worst transportation predictions come true, the streets of London will be clogged with hopeless Olympic gridlock, the venerable but tottering subway will be a nightmare of delays, and overcrowding and commuter trains will slow to a crawl.
The stars of "Prometheus" landed in London on a special blue carpet Thursday night for the world premiere of Sir Ridley Scott's new sci-fi thriller.
London fans had better watch out: Sacha Baron Cohen is unleashing his latest satirical incarnation on Leicester Square for the world premiere of "The Dictator."
The cult British TV comedy "The Inbetweeners" makes its big screen debut with a world premiere in London.
Harry Potter's saga is ending, but his magic spell remains.
Harry Potter's saga is ending, but his magic spell remains. Thousands of fans from around the world massed in London Thursday for the premiere of the final film in the magical adventure series.