Sanderson Predicts: cool summer concerts in chic surroundings

This summer, the five-star hotel is welcoming back Sanderson Predicts, its summer music series of concerts in conjunction with label Modular Recordings. It started with a concert by I Blame Coco on the 3rd June, and will host a series of special performances in its courtyard from some of the freshest names on the UK’s music circuit on selected Thursdays all summer.
The Sanderson courtyard

The music is all about handpicked young British talents deemed to get big. Kicking off the series on Thursday 3rd June, I Blame Coco did an acoustic set from her debut album The Constant. In close pursuit comes pop nez hotties Othello Woolf (17th June) whose contemporary pop sound is set to become a huge hit throughout the summer, Babe Shadow (8th July), the 22-piece London based female choir Gaggle (15th July), Fenech-Soler (12th August), and a special guest to be announced on 29th July.

The five-star hotel is worth a visit in itself. Built in 1958 as the headquarters of the Sanderson wallpaper company, it is listed as a Grade II heritage building and has been revamped by French designer Philippe Starck. The concerts take place in the hotel garden courtyard, decorated with trees, fountains and a reflecting pool. Very cool place, great cocktails and a good selection of up and coming young artists, and no sweating crowd in sight…

Sanderson, 55 Berners Street, W1 (Oxford Circus). To book a table for the event please phone +44(0)207 300 1444 or

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I Blame Coco en concert au Sanderson le 3 juin dernier.