Wardour Street

Wardour street

Wardour Street is in Soho. An area of London that attracts a wonderful collection of artists, musicians, actors, writers and visitors. This mix of people is the reason why Cheap Escorts love this part of time so much. It runs from Leicester Square, through Chinatown, across Shaftesbury Avenue to Oxford Street. The street is named after Sir Archibald Wardour, who was the architect of several buildings on Wardour Street. There has been a street here on maps and plans since they were first printed, the earliest being Elizabethan.

During the late 20th century it became a centre of the British film industry, with the big production and distribution companies having their headquarters in the street. By the end of the century most of the big film companies had moved elsewhere, leaving some smaller independent production houses and post-production companies still based in the area. Despite this Cheap Escorts still feel it has a movie land feel.

Number 90 was the site of the Marquee Club from 1964 to 1988 and is mentioned in the title of a song by The Jam, A-Bomb in Wardour Street. It is also mentioned in the song The London Boys by David Bowie and in the spoken introduction to Long John Baldry’s Don’t Try to Lay No Boogie Woogie on the King of Rock and Roll.

It is now home to a restaurant and bar and above it Soho Lofts, an exclusive block of flats. The Underworld song Stagger includes the lyric I found you shopping in Europa on Wardour Street.

The street is home to over 30 restaurants and bars. There are lots of well-known Chinese restaurants. Just the place to enjoy the company of a sexy cheap escort.
 

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