The London Gay Men's Chorus

LGMC Ensemble 2018

We warmly welcome the return of the London Day Men's Chorus Ensemble (LGMCe) to Chesil Rocks for the third year.

The ensemble comprises 18 singers from the London Gay Men’s Chorus - Britain's Biggest Boyband. They perform at a range of events from award ceremonies to private parties; from weddings to television broadcasts. In the past year, LGMCe have performed sell-out shows at home and abroad.

Sarah de Warren

Sarah de Warren 2

Sarah de Warren became a prominent writer and vocalist in the EDM world after her record, 'High', went viral in 2016. The song charted at #8 on Spotify's Viral 50, and featured on the most influential blogs on Youtube, bringing interest and attention to her enchanting vocal style.

Sarah works closely with DJs and artists across the world, consistently releasing exciting material, and so it's no surprise that she recently broke 6 million Spotify streams.

Scheduled this summer to the perform at the biggest music festival in world, Summerfest (closely followed by Chesil Rocks of course!), she's one to watch.

Sha Supangan

Sha Supangan

Heart-centric singer/songwriter, dancer, producer, DJ and all-around performer from being a world-champion ice skater to national cheerleading, poetry contest gold medalist, and motivational speaker from the Philippines.

Previously a club owner/events promoter/marketing go-to-person in Asia, she's now delved into the world of writing, producing, performing electronically infused music, telling her story having backpacked and performed around the world including Berlin, Frankfurt, Florence, Venice, Paris, Malaysia, and Singapore sharing the stage with artists like Grammy-award winner Joss Stone, EDM superstar Steve Aoki, and many more.

She aims to connect people again with their own drum beats through music, words, dance, and laughter.

Comedy Hour

Tom Glover

Tom Glover

Our comedy will once again be hosted by Loveable West Country favourite Tom Glover. He is a highly sought-after act and MC, capable of bringing laughter to any room. Tom combines tales of fatherhood and country living with hilarious observational routines on daily life. In recent times Tom also finished runner up in the prestigious Lastminute Comedy Club Comedian of the Year and reached the finals of the Inaugural Petfringe Comedian of the Year. His infectious personality and playful approach make him an instant hit with audiences, however Tom is perhaps best known for his excellent crowd work and quick wit that have earned him a number of regular compere roles at major venues across the South West. He’s had two successful runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with split shows and is currently working on his debut solo show, 'A Glover not a fighter', which was a Best new show nominee at the Leicester Comedy Festival in 2019.

This video is from a Brighton Komedia gig in 2017:



Seren are a country/folk trio made up of brother and sister, Kerrie-Jo and Connach Jameson, together with bass player Simon Lumb.

They play an uplifting mix of easy listening originals, traditional and cover songs with a fun lively atmosphere.


Matt Kilsby

Matt Kilsby

A local resident, Matt's day job is a long time city career in finance - however his passion is in magic.

Inspired by his Grandad when he was young, it's something Matt has now been practicing for over 10 years. He's excited to share some of it with you at this years' Chesil Rocks !


Emily Stiles and Jenny Moon

Chesil Rocks will be Emily's first encounter with story-telling at a music festival and she is so excited! She is no stranger with telling stories and with being in front of a larger audience. Emily has had a love of the performing arts since she was Alice (in Wonderland) in primary school herself! Since then; she's pursued a degree in Arts and Education at Bretton Hall, West Yorkshire, before settling for a career in teaching when she realised she wasn't going to be a famous Hollywood actress.

For 10 years, she lived and worked in South East London where she developed a keen interest in traditional tales from around the world. Emily is now a local primary school teacher and has 16 years' experience of working with children of all ages.
Now that she has returned to her 'native' Dorset, she has enjoyed nurturing her own classes' love of literature using stories and drama as a main stimulus.

When she has time to rear her head from motherhood, wife-dom and work; Emily also enjoys lino printing, needle felting, gardening and long dog walks! She is really looking forward to some interactive story-telling at Chesil Rocks - it's not going to be a spectator sport!

Emily Stiles, Storyteller
Jenny Moon photo

Jenny tells stories to children and adults in
a variety of settings that include at present schools, care homes, memory cafes, National Trust properties and lunch clubs etc.

She would love to spend more time writing her own stories, but most are traditional stories from all over the world. The important thing is that they work as oral stories (many do not).

In her other life, Jenny dabbles with art, writes, walks and cycles. She works part time in higher education, running workshops on reflective learning, critical thinking and using story in education in locations worldwide.

Join Jenny at Chesil Rocks and listen to some of her stories.


Debbie Ross Mackenzie.

Having great activities for families at Chesil Rocks has always been important to us, and for this year we are excited to have family Yoga sessions planned.

There will be fun yoga sessions for children, their siblings, mum's and dad's etc they promise to be great fun with props and games involved. 😊

Costing just £2 per person, the sessions will take place between 2pm and around 6pm.

These sessions will be delivered by our friend Debbie, who is a qualified yoga teacher and has been trained through the Rainbow Kids Yoga training method.

Kids Yoga 2


Landrover 2

Keith Brignell.

This is little ‘Lewie’, a Toylander 2, which is a half-size copy of Keith Brignell’s Series 2A Landrover ‘Larry’, built by himself in 2016.

It is normally self-drive but for Chesil Rocks it’ll be remote control and powered by two 12v batteries under the bonnet.

Keith’s grandchildren absolutely love it, as did dozens of children at Chesil Rocks last year.

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