Flawless live event production that will bring music to your ears 

When it comes to high-profile live events you have one chance to get it right. We know the stakes only too well, which is why our experience in this area is so crucial. Deep expertise and invaluable connections with the highest quality specialists in the industry will be at your disposal when we work on your event.

Annie Lennox an evening of music & conversation

Kim was approached by The Circle to creatively produce and direct a one off evening of music and conversation by Annie Lennox at Sadler’s Wells.

Working closely with Annie and Jo Whiley, Kim produced an evening of interviews and musical performances, including a surprise band reveal as a finale to the evening.



The Hope Classic Rally is the annual flagship event for the charity WeSeeHope.     The Rally sees some of the world’s finest cars assemble to raise money for vulnerable children living in poverty throughout Africa.

Chappell Productions were commissioned to produce this unique event entailing four events in one – the opening gala dinner, the rally, a pit stop and the final farewell.    As well as the event production the team managed all aspects including; route design, health and safety, insurance, car management, branding and guest liaison.


Chappell Productions has been proud to work globally with Peace One Day for over 10 years on the international production of the annual Peace Day Celebration concerts and gala dinners.

Highlights have included; Akon, Annie Lennox, Bryan Adams, Cat Stevens (Yusuf Islam), Corinne Bailey Rae, Eliza Doolittle, Elton John, English National Ballet, Flawless, James Morrison, John Legend, Jonny Lee Miller, Jude Law, Kasabian, Kate Nash, Peter Gabriel, Razorlight, Lenny Kravitz, Marc Almond, Newton Faulkner, Patti Smith, Sharon Stone, Vanessa Paradis and Youssou Ndour.


A momentous and inspirational project. Chappell Productions were commissioned by The Sunshine Company to create an event for the Nike Foundation’s Girl Effect.      We produced a carefully curated programme across a number of East London venues, built around three key themes – opportunity, safety and identity. This included an art exhibition, workshops, an immersive theatrical experience, comedy performances, slam poetry and an evening concert headlined by Jessie J.