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Rachel Sutton
Sundial Sundays

Lauderdale House's season of open-air music, Sundial Sundays, continues on Sunday 7 July from 2.30pm to 4.30pm. Singer Rachel Sutton and her band performing The Great American Songbook to mark American Independence Day!

Relax on the grass with a drink for an afternoon of live tunes inspired by the US performed by accomplished jazz singer Rachel Sutton.

This free, open-air concert is part of our Sundial Sundays season and is open to everyone. 

Trained as an actor and singer, Rachel Sutton now performs an extensive repertoire of jazz, including her own compositions. Called "impossibly glamorous" by the Guardian, Rachel has performed sell out gigs at top London jazz clubs as well as venues and festivals across the UK and abroad.

“Rachel has a powerful, soulful voice and great delivery” - John Etheridge

“Rachel Sutton’s soaring vocals pack a power and perception which belie her years” - Jazz Journal

For her Sundial Sundays performance on 7 July, Rachel will be joined by a live band.


Find out more about Rachel Sutton on her website:

Sundial Sundays are back this summer!

The picturesque Tea Lawn outside Lauderdale House will be brought to life with free music every Sunday afternoon from 16 June to 21 July. Visitors can picnic on the Tea Lawn or grab a hot meal from the café while the live music provides the perfect atmospheric backdrop to a relaxing afternoon in the sun…

Sundial Sundays will feature an eclectic selection of homegrown Highgate talent, playing everything from jazz to indie and from folk to klezmer. All performances are free to attend and open to everyone!

See the list of upcoming concerts here.

Lauderdale House is very grateful to Voluntary Action Camden who have made Sundial Sundays possible by awarding us a Camden Community Festival Grant.