The West End of London, also known as just the West End, was a district of London.

Oxford Street was a major thoroughfare in the West End. Traffic was typically heavy. (PROSE: Heart of TARDIS)

The Sixth Doctor said that the members-only restaurant La Bella Donna was the best-kept secret in all of West End London. (PROSE: The Quantum Archangel)

Gordy Scraton was a West End gangster in the 1950s. (PROSE: Bad Therapy)

The Eleventh Doctor sent a message to the Eighth Doctor, prompting him and Charlotte Pollard to go to the West End in 1935 to search for an alien. (AUDIO: Enemy Aliens)

The Ninth Doctor thought Nancy's taking care of homeless children in 1940s London was a great idea, but wasn't sure if it was Marxism in action or a West End musical. (TV: The Empty Child)

After incorporating a Weeping Angel into his magic act, Sammy Star went from doing children's parties to having a sell-out West End show. (PROSE: Magic of the Angels)

Abigail Woburn was a music hall singer in Victorian London's West End with whom Henry Gordon Jago fell in love. She was a simulacrum created by Mr Kempston and Mr Hardwick to separate him from his best friend George Litefoot and sidekick Leela. (AUDIO: Jago in Love, The Hourglass Killers)

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Several actors associated with Doctor Who have performed in musicals and plays in the West End. These include Jacqueline Hill, Bonnie Langford, John Barrowman, Catherine Tate and Adam Garcia.

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