19th – 22nd September 2023

Whether you’re relaxing on a sunbed to the sultry sounds of a saxophonist, or making shapes to the infectious melodies of a live band after dinner, music at The House Party is a perfect medley of the relaxing and the raucous.



BLAKE comprises of three school friends: Ollie Baines, Stephen Bowman and Humphrey Berney – all renowned for performing both classical and pop songs in harmony vocal arrangements. With over a million albums sold, No.1 hits in multiple countries and regular TV appearances around the globe, BLAKE and their charismatic stage presence are one of the most exciting classical ‘crossover’ groups in the world.



Toshín, lead by the powerful voice of Toisin Bankole, is a vibrant six piece band who take their inspiration from early Motown, modern soul and R’n’B artists. Expect live shows with the heartfelt soul of Aretha Franklin to all-out James Brown-esque funky goodness. Toshín’s profile is steadily on the rise and shows no signs of stopping…


Rob da Bank is a music broadcaster and tastemaker. He is one of the UK’s best-loved music curators, who first gained public attention with Sunday Best, a label and club night founded in London in 1995, which has grown into three multi-award winning music festivals: Bestival, Camp Bestival and Common People.


Joel Stewart is a 27 year old singer songwriter from Hertfordshire. He released his debut single in February 2019 and, since, has amassed over 15 million streams on Spotify, and currently holds over 350,000 monthly listeners. The sound and style has drawn comparisons to that of Bon Iver, Dermot Kennedy, Ben Howard and Nick Mulvey – all artists which Stewart credits as inspiration.


DJ Chris Tofu aka Chief Vibes Master has become a pioneer of Vintage Remix and the UK Festival scene. Renowned for remixing the ancient and the new, Chris is a true believer in communicating with an audience. From Glastonbury to Wilderness, this musical maverick is constantly exploring, discovering and creating contemporary sounds and new experiences, enticing the crowds to get down to remixed discoveries.


Thrill Collins are a UK based skiffle-pop trio who have a habit of rearranging the most epic pop songs of all time into spectacular medley marathons. Festival faithfuls for almost a decade, they have been performing and entertaining audiences from around the world since 2010.


Equal parts country, rave, funk and 90s house piano, Johnny Cash Converters plays ‘Funky and Western’ dance anthems just like Johnny Cash would have… had he grown up in the 80s. In the UK. And got mashed up at raves. Covering everything from Adamski to Zombie Nation, expect Candi Staton, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, The KLF, Underworld and The Prodigy with just a dash of Jungle.


The B.B.Allstars is a collaborative DJ Live act that has grown and evolved for over 20 years. The Allstars’ DJ, B.B.Blanco – or Benny as we know him – offers bespoke mix-ups of DJ combined with various live elements. This year for the House Party, Benny will be joined by the hugely talented sax player Adriano Rossetti. Expect music that you love, served in a way that you’ve not heard before…


Huns n’ Roses are a London and Bristol-based female DJ collective who play a range of 90’s and 2000’s disco, italo disco, pop edits and hun bangers. Their ethos is to give ‘Every Hun The Stage’ so whilst they primarily focus on DJ sets, if there is room for it, they love to encourage audience interaction through catwalks and games.


Finding inspiration in the outdoors, much of Nathan’s material is connected to his surroundings and his life by the sea in Cornwall. His work fuses two chief loves; classic song writing and an eagerness to experiment and push sonic boundaries. Nathan’s 2022 tour saw him play in a handful of unusual locations including floating barges, rooftop carparks and clifftops, encouraging people to connect both to the music and each other in a unique space.


After studying Contemporary World Jazz as a guitarist, Colman found his voice and embarked on his career as a singer. Drawing inspiration from the classic soul artists of the 70s and 80s, all the way through to 90s R&B icons, such as Sade, D’angelo and Prince, Coleman has now been performing and recording for over a decade, making regular appearances at both Ronnie Scotts and Cannes Film Festival.


MOJA is a recently established duo that combines DJing with live percussion. You can expect anything from Anatolian melodies and Greek folkloric vocals to hypnotic Cuban rhythms and Afro shakers.


For £375, your House Party ticket includes a week’s membership to The Peligoni Club, a full paddlesports upgrade (SUP and kayak equipment plus tuition), all House Party workshops and wellness sessions, all live music to keep you on your feet all day long and a driver service to help you get around.