Spanning across from one side of Soho to the other is Great Windmill Street, an area which has a historical association with entertainment. From the iconic windmill theatre of the 1930s to the Table Dancing Bar and Club Eleven of the 1950s. Even iconic British artists such as The Rolling Stones and The Who have performed at venues on this strip. Today it’s the site of another one of artist Rick Buckley’s seven noses. To sniff out this secretive snout head towards the end of Great Windmill Street, just before it merges with Coventry Street.