Located in the West End, Soho is predominantly known as one of London's entertainment centres. Bound by Oxford Street to the north, Regent Street to the west and Shaftsbury Avenue to the south -east, Soho is an area filled with shops, bars, and theatres. Deriving its name from a hunting cry, Soho was once farmland in the 1600s. Used as an area to alleviate overcrowding in London in the late 1600s, Soho has a long history of being one of the most fashionable addresses in London. Intrinsically linked to music and adult entertainment industries, Soho is not only known as one of London's main LGBTQ+ districts but also a music centre having hosted early performances from David Bowie, Rolling Stones, and Led Zeppelin.
This gallery shows a selection of some of the images of the area of Soho available on COLLAGE.