Seven Dials Unplugged
14 August - 12 September 2021
Seven Dials Unplugged is returning to our streets to celebrate the re-opening!
Looking for things to do this Bank Holiday? Look no further, we’ve got plenty going on in Seven Dials to keep you busy for three whole days.
Throughout the three day weekend, Seven Dials’ streets will be filled with the sound of unmissable, live, acoustic music from some of the UK’s most exciting up-and-coming artists. Our Seven Dials Unplugged artists will be dotted throughout our streets (and in Seven Dials Market!) – so be sure to stroll through and check them all out.
Performances occur at various times across the Bank Holiday, so be sure to visit here to check out our schedule of musicians so you don’t miss a thing.
Kick back and make the most of your Bank Holiday Sunday with your friends at the Reggae Bottomless Brunch in Seven Dials Market.
The perfect start or end to a weekend of fun in Seven Dials – indulge in some delicious food, bottomless booze and Reggae tunes by DJ and vintage Reggae record enthusiast, Tiny T!
Soak up the last of the summer sun with a spot of Al Fresco dining in Seven Dials! Across the seven streets, there are countless places to stop by for an outdoor bite, whether you’re heading over to Homeslice to tuck into your pizza while nestled away in idyllic Neal’s Yard, or enjoying a delicious breakfast in the sunshine at 26 Grains. No matter what you fancy, you can find somewhere to enjoy it while basking in the sun in the streets of Seven Dials this Bank Holiday.
If you’re looking for something extra special this Bank Holiday, why not support a start-up which has just opened in Seven Dials?
Lifestyle brand Tihara Smith, the winner of the Start Up with Seven Dials competition, is opening their first ever pop-up store on Neal Street on August 24th, bringing a taste of the Caribbean to London. Born out of lockdown and taking inspiration from Caribbean culture, Tihara’s hand-crafted pieces are vibrant and tropical with a unique London twist.
For the ultimate Bank Holiday treat, stop by the brand new modern apothecary on Monmouth Street.
anatomē is passionate about blending botanicals and essential oils to support sleep, emotional & physical wellbeing.
Pop into anatomē to speak to their health practitioners and find bespoke advice and products for your wellbeing.
What better way to make the most of your Bank Holiday weekend than a staycation in one of London’s top hotels?
After a long day of shopping and seeing all that Seven Dials has to offer, you could go home to one of Seven Dials’ selection of luxurious hotels, guaranteed to take your weekend plans to the next level.
Whether you’re staying in Monmouth Street’s Covent Garden Hotel or the Radisson Blu overlooking the Sundial Pillar, you will be convinced that you never need to go abroad for a true holiday treat again.
For a true appreciation of some of the best talent London has to offer, make sure you catch CONSTELLATIONS – currently showing at the Vaudeville Theatre. The incredible two-person play considers the various courses a relationship can take, with a star-studded rotating cast. One of the stars of the show, Omari Douglas, recently visited Seven Dials and created a walking tour with a difference – click here to see what he discovered in our streets!
Take the rare opportunity to view the largest collection of privately owned Banksy works in the heart of Seven Dials.
Head to the Art of Banksy Exhibition to admire 80 of the artists pieces, with famous works such as the iconic ‘Girl and Balloon’, and the unique opportunity to see some pieces rarely seen by the public.
The Art of Banksy is only in Seven Dials until November, so take your chance to get tickets for the whole family this Bank Holiday weekend!
As you amble down the streets, prepare for the floral installations of Seven Dials in Bloom to take your breath away. Each artistic creation highlights a different experience we’ve missed during lockdown, with social enterprise group, Urban Growth London, and volunteers from Young Camden Foundation transforming everyday objects such as pianos and theatre seats into stunning, botanical artwork.