Please note: following the government's advice that people should not go to pubs, clubs, theatres and other venues, Wilton's will be closing for the foreseeable future. We will reopen neither as a theatre nor bar before the end of March. All bookers for Artists Unknown will be contacted. More information here.
It is time to give
the music world a night it deserves. Artists
Unknown pairs the artists you are yet to fall in love with and the
artists you’ve loved for years. Putting some of the world’s most talented
artists in an intimate venue in London’s East End.
not telling you who it is…
The headline artists we
have in store for you are our best kept secret and we will be keeping
it until we see you in March. You’ll have heard
them on the radio or spotted them in your favourite films and now you get
an evening with them you’ll never forget.
Join us at the
kind of music night the world deserves.
Meet the emerging artists taking part:
Friday 20th March
Milly Upton delivers softly swaying, soulful pop songs that wouldn't sound out of place in Greenwich Village circa 1970. Last year Milly released her debut album Baby FM & supported Rhys Lewis on his European tour.
Uri Sade is a singer-songwriter and musician originally from Tel-Aviv. Uri moved to London in 2014 after winning the Shure Songwriting Award. Since then Uri has played regularly all around the UK, including supporting Frank Turner at The Roundhouse and recently playing sold-out shows at Servant Jazz Quarters and The Courtyard Theatre.
Saturday 21st March
Netherlands-born, Sheffield-based LIO creates ambient alt-pop FFO Florence and the Machine. With her eclectic sound and powerful live performances, she has supported high-profile acts such as Orchards, Skinny Pelembe, Slow Club, Our Girl and While She Sleeps. She was shortlisted in BBC Introducing Sheffield’s ‘Top 50 Tracks of 2018’ and unsigned Guide’s ‘Spotlight Artists January 2019’.
Austel creates dark, brooding electro-pop music led by a distinctive, ethereal vocal. Having performed with Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, supported Fleet Foxes with Lyla Foy and toured the UK with Munro Fox and Stella Martyr, Annie Rew Shaw adopted the alias Austel and self-released her debut EP Unfold in 2018 - receiving critical acclaim from the likes of BBC 6 Music, BBC Introducing and The Line of Best Fit.
Donations on the night and 100% of TNT Productions' profits from ticket sales will go towards supporting the Australian Bushfire Appeal.