Internationally acclaimed actor, Rachel Weiss once said, “I think London’s sexy because it’s so full of eccentrics”, well, if you’re on the lookout for this famed eccentricity, Soho is certainly the place to start looking.

London’s most iconic entertainment district, Soho is a vibrant part of the city that’s home to a range of high-profile theatres, popular cinemas and upscale shopping areas. Soho’s West End features renowned stages such as the Prince Edward Theatre, the Palace Theatre and the Soho Theatre.

But there’s much more to Soho than the well-known tourist hotspots. Chinatown, a thriving ethnic enclave right in the heart of London, offers visitors a host of different things to see and do. Try your hand at a game of mah-jong or pop into a bar for a late-night cocktail, this neighbourhood will never cease to amaze you. Click here for more information on Chinatown.

Facts About Soho...

  • The name Soho can be traced back to the 17th century. It is commonly thought that the district’s name refers to a hunting cry.
  • Wolfgang Mozart, the famed Austrian composer, spent a year living in a house on Frith Street in Soho.
  • The name Soho has also been appropriated by a host of cities all around the globe including New York, Hong Kong and Malaga. It has generally become a name that signifies entertainment.
  • 20th-century Scottish inventor, John Logie, changed the world in 1926 when he unveiled his newest invention – the TV – in Soho.


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