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About Us

Founded by Ollie Rosenblatt in 2011, Senbla is a London-based concert promoting and production company that operates both nationally and internationally. With an acute focus on delivering a bespoke, tailor made approach to all our shows and artists we work with, Senbla has become known for it’s creative input and output. In July 2019, Sony Music Entertainment acquired a majority stake in Senbla.

Senbla works across multiple forms of live entertainment from artist touring, one off specially produced shows, performing arts, outdoor concerts,  family entertainment, sport, theatre and experiential. 

Senbla operates in both the indoor and outdoor space, promoting in the leading indoor venues in the UK to some of the most iconic outdoor sites, producing and promoting large scale outdoor concerts. Most notably for 2022, Bath Royal Crescent, Chewton Glen, Longleat, Waddesdon Manor, Castle Howard, Blickling Estate. Artists we work and have worked with such as Diana Ross, Lionel Richie, Michael Buble, Burt Bacharach, Ennio Morricone, Tony Bennett, George Benson, Soft Cell, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Paul Weller, Joss Stone,  Itzhak Perlman, Marc Almond, Jack Savoretti. 

Senbla is also notable for promoting and producing one of special concerts that have also gone onto be broadcasted on BBC TV and Radio. These include the A Life in Song concerts with Quincy Jones, Tim Rice, Don Black and Burt Bacharach. Senbla has also produced a critically acclaimed streamed event for Nitin Sawhney,  celebrating the release of his album ‘Immigrants’. 

Senbla were the pioneers of promoting the ‘films in concert’ shows, touring The Harry Potter and Star Wars film with live orchestra franchises extensively throughout the UK as well as Beauty and The Beast, La La Land, Love Actually (UK and Australia), A Muppet Christmas Carol, The Godfather. They also produce and create film with live orchestra shows, most notably, ‘Joker’ in Concert of which Senbla is also promoting throughout various international territories. 

Senbla also works in the family entertainment space as a co-producer on the hit show Circus 1903 that has run consecutive years at the Royal Festival Hall and has co-produced various musicals as well as investing in musicals and theatre. 

In 2020 Senbla expanded it’s offering and now owns two music festival Strawberries and Creem and The Cambridge Club as well as, through Sony Masterworks,  acquiring businesses in the experiential space, family entertainment and theatre both in the UK and the US most notably Terrapin Station Entertainment and Seaview Productions.