Sun 16 January 2011, The Sunday Times

Biteback, Jan 16

By Richard Brooks
Leicester Square has become a builders’ yard. The hub of London’s movie world, with four large cinemas — the Odeons Leicester Square and West End, plus the Empire and Vue — on three of its four sides, will remain a tip until next year. The central square, usually used each day by thousands, many of them tourists, is completely blocked off by large black hoardings. These, in turn, have drastically squeezed the pavement space adjacent to the cinemas and other retail outlets.
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