Leicester Square WC2N

Location

Leicester Square underground station is located in London’s West End, transport fare zone 1. It is on the Northern and Piccadilly lines. Other stations within a short walk of Leicester Square include Covent Garden (Piccadilly line), Tottenham Court Road (Central and Northern lines) and Charing Cross (Bakerloo and Northern lines). Leicester Square is in Theatreland, known as such due to the many theatres concentrated in a small area. Leicester Square area is surrounded by St James’s, Fitzrovia, Covent Garden and Charing Cross.

Gay massage in Leicester Square

Our masseurs Ricardo and Jordan are based in the Leicester Square area, and they offer massage sessions in the comfort of their private flats. Ricardo offers Tantric and Nuru massage, as well as four-hand and couples’ options. Jordan offers a variety of different massage options. The next nearest masseur would be William, who is based in St James’s Park. Alternatively, you could opt for an outcall to your home or hotel within London transport fare zones 1 and 2. If you are looking for gay massage at Leicester Square, please call, text or Whatsapp on 07492 898079 (that’s +447492 898079 when calling from abroad).

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Things to do near Leicester Square

Catch some theatre

Leicester Square is in Theatreland, an area of a thousand theatres (alright, maybe less…only maybe). There really is no need to list the theatre names here, because you will be tripping over rolls of red carpet as soon as you get off the train. Here’s a tip though: opt for a musical and buy your tickets from the TKTS booth in the middle of Leicester Square. It will save you a bunch off the ticket price and with world-famous names to choose from, you are bound to have a memorable evening.

Visit the National Gallery

If you have lived in London your whole life and never once went to the London Eye, you will be forgiven. However, not so with the National Gallery. Whenever I am nearby and have time to kill, I pop in for another visit. Cezanne, Monet, Rubens…the National Gallery has it all. Evening visits are somehow particularly enjoyable, so remember that the gallery is open until 9pm on Fridays.

Watch new cinema releases

Leicester square is (almost) as much about film as it is about theatre. In a narrow street called Leicester Place, you will find the quaint little Prince Charles Cinema. It’s cosy, iconic and has a dedicated following. They screen old Hollywood classics, arthouse film, intense movie marathons and sing-a-longs. In the square itself, there are a few large movie theatres, as well as an outdoor cinema in summer. You might find yourself bumping into famous actors if you happen to chance on a large premiere.