After months of disruption, the capital's Leicester Square is being reopened tomorrow to show off its £15.3 million makeover.
The square is famous for its film premieres, but many were held at other cinemas across London while construction work took place over the past 17 months.
The new-look Leicester Square has 12,000 square metres of granite paving, stainless steel railings and a water feature that sends jets of recycled water two metres into the air around the Shakespeare statue.
The square's trees have been fitted with uplighters to make visitors feel safe at night.
Mayor Boris Johnson will open the square tomorrow night, launching a five-day programme of events to celebrate the renovation.