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Seven Dials Unplugged

Discover live acoustic performances on our iconic streets across seven days between 2-7pm. Scroll down to check out the weekly Unplugged schedule to avoid missing out…

14 August - 12 September 2021

Back by popular demand: Seven Dials Unplugged!

We heard you loud and clear, we are bringing Seven Dials Unplugged back… just like you asked!

Live acoustic performances will be taking place across various locations throughout our seven streets – offering you the chance to hear some of the best music from some of the UK’s most exciting, up-and-coming artists.

Seven Dials Unplugged will take place between 2-7 pm across seven Saturdays running through the rest of summer and the start of autumn, perfect for you to enjoy while you do a spot of shopping or meet up for Al Fresco dining with friends or family.

Full schedules are available below, so be sure to check them out before visiting!

Saturday 11th September

Neal’s Yard

  • 14:00 Polly Money
  • 14:30 Polly Money
  • 15:15 Polly Money
  • 15:45 Polly Money

Monmouth Street

  • 15:30 Stee Moglie
  • 16:00 Stee Moglie
  • 16:45 Stee Moglie
  • 17:15 Stee Moglie

Seven Dials Market

  • 17:00 Sully Gravity
  • 18:00 Sully Gravity

 

Sunday 12th September

Neal’s Yard

  • 14:00 Stee Moglie
  • 14:30 Stee Moglie
  • 15:15 Stee Moglie
  • 15:45 Stee Moglie

Monmouth Street

  • 15:30 Polly Money
  • 16:00 Polly Money
  • 16:45 Polly Money
  • 17:15 Polly Money

Seven Dials Market

  • 16:00 Sully Gravity
  • 17:00 Sully Gravity

 

Gabriela Eva

Gabriela grew up in the Essex countryside, inspired by her mother and strong female singers to express herself and develop her distinctive sound. As a dyslexic, she often found herself outside the narrow box of the curriculum. Music, with its unbridled freedom, empowered her to carve her own path, teaching herself guitar and exploring the arts.

Gabriela Eva has performed internationally from Shanghai, Central America, Asia and Europe and released her debut EP ‘Rise Up’ this year, featuring on BBC6, BBC Radio London, and BBC Introducing.

Kevin Davy White

Mentored by Nicole Scherzinger, on X Factor UK 2017, Kevin made it through to be the final competitor in the ‘Overs’ category and stormed on to finish an incredible 3rd place in the Finals.

From his performances with Tokio Myers to his soulful renditions of pop classics, Kevin Davy White more than captured the country’s attention with his distinct and unique singing style.

William Poyer

William Poyer is a singer/songwriter whose sound conjures up the modern world with a nod to the days of the Mariachi and the Gold Rush. William’s songs have been described as a blend of real-life storytelling with an intimate folk sensibility, driven by strong rhythms and melodic hooks. The sound of Americana from a boy from Wales via Mexico!

Sebastian Schub

With a distinct raspy tone and punchy yet sincere lyrics, London based Singer/Songwriter Sebastian Schub is wasting no time in making a name for himself. In the two years since making the leap to the English capital, Seb has honed his skills with a strict diet of busking, before then regularly showing off his talents on the London music circuit.

Whether finding him on stage in the depths of Camden, or the hallowed floors of Soho’s famous Ronnie Scott’s – audiences can expect to be left staggered by his captivating energy and powerful stage presence.

Musically, the 20-year-old wanders somewhere between contemporary Irish Folk legends like Glen Hansard, and the great American Soul and Blues artists of the past.

Caleb Kunle

Born in Lagos Nigeria, Caleb Kunle relocated to rural Ireland at the age of 8 and this marked the beginnings of his musical journey.

Singing with a local church choir and writing songs with friends at a youth club, Caleb began recording hip-hop songs at the age of 12 before teaching himself to play the guitar by the time he was 18.

In 2017 Caleb had the breakthrough of winning NME’s Emerging Artist of The Year and has gone on to release two EP’s.

Prima Queen

Made up of song-writing duo Louise Macphail (Bristol, UK) and Kristin McFadden (Chicago, USA), Prima Queen is a London-based all-female indie/alternative rock band who combine vulnerable and nostalgic storytelling with light-hearted lyrical imagery.

Their bitter-sweet and gritty style draw influences from artists such as Alvvays, Julia Jacklin, Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus.

Nuala

Unbound by genre, Nuala stirs elements of Indie-POP, Reggae, and Soul into the mix. Looking up to artists like Bob Marley, Lily Allen, Eminem, Nirvana, and equally influenced by the human experience, Nuala’s music is an eclectic body of work that is honest, raw, and speaks to a diverse group of fans.

On stage, Nuala comes alive – every set is a memorable one, if not because of her passion & talent, then by being completely and hilariously herself.

Iosif Purits

Born into a family of acclaimed Russian classical accordionists, Iosif Purits is renowned for his effortless mastery of the instrument and profound musical sensitivity. He is a prizewinner of thirty international competitions and boasts a truly international career with appearances at concert venues including Carnegie Hall (USA), Wigmore Hall (UK), Vienna Konzerthaus (Austria), George Western Recital Hall (Canada), and The Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory (Russia).

Iosif came to prominence as the recipient of the coveted Royal Academy of Music Patrons Award, offering a Wigmore Hall debut to the most outstanding student across all instrumental departments, and prize-winner of the Arts Club Karl Jenkins Classical Music Award. He was the BBC’s first-ever Introducing Classical Artist which led to showcase performances on BBC Radio 3, the Cheltenham Music Festival, Latitude Festival, and Southbank Centre.

Polly Money

Polly Money is Cornish through and through. Committed to the craft of songwriting and performing, she graduated from the BA (Hons) Songwriting course in 2014.

Following two summer tours, performances at Nashville’s Bluebird Cafe and a number of festivals, Polly was spotted by Matt Bellamy and asked to support Muse at The Stade de France in front of an audience of 80,000 the very next weekend. Not bad for someone who had just reached the grand old age of eighteen.

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