At Soho’s northern end, this leafy square is the area’s back garden. It was laid out in 1681, and originally named King’s Sq; a statue...
St Giles Church
Built in what used to be countryside between the City of London and Westminster, St Giles-in-the-Fields isn’t much to look at but its...
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Orange Yard · interesting places nearby
Through the Tex-Mex entrance off Orange Yard and down into the basement you’ll find a packed, 275-capacity venue that really punches above its weight. Read the gig list: Ed Sheeran, REM, Blur, Counting Crows, PJ Harvey, Lenny Kravitz, Pearl Jam, plus many anonymous indie outfits, have all played here. The crowd’s equally diverse but can be full of music journos and record-company talent spotters.