ABOUT LHK PRODUCTIONS
ABOUT LEE KELLY
LHK Productions is one of the most acclaimed and unique theatre & pantomime production companies in the UK. Formed in 2005, LHK productions has quickly put its stamp on the UK's theatre scene hosting countless shows in some of the biggest and most prestigious venues in the country.
The company’s ethos is about giving the audience a fun and traditional pantomime but with a fresh and current twist. It’s this unique outlook that has rapidly turned LHK into the UK's most bespoke production company and turned the company into a global brand, landing huge deals with companies in Dubai, Qatar, Lebanon & Europe.
Since its launch in 2005, the company has produced a string of highly successful productions and seen some of the countries most famous Artists star in there productions including Jennifer Ellison, Calum Best, Atomic Kitten’s Natasha Hamilton, Kim Woodburn, Ray Quinn, Dane Bowers, Ritchie Neville, Dan Osborne, 80’s Pop Sensation Sonia, Crissy Rock, International Rugby Star Gareth Thomas, Ricky Rayment, Andy Scott Lee, Paul Danan & one of Big Brothers most renowned housemates the late Nikki Grahame.
Liverpool-born Lee Kelly’s is one of the UK’s most exciting producers.
Lee’s career has spanned over two decades during which time he has produced Pantomime throughout the U.K, Middle East (including Dubai, Qatar,Lebanon) Europe plus various touring & corporate shows.
Having worked as a celebrated and much-in-demand choreographer for the past 18 years, Lee is now creative director of LHK Productions Ltd.
Since Establishing LHK Productions in 2005, Lee has produced many of the U.K’s finest names including Cilla Black, Henry Winkler, Jennifer Ellison, Calum Best, Crissy Rock, Ritchie Neville & 80’s legend Sonia to name but a few.
In 2010, LHK Productions produced a brand-new stage production, One Night Only, which was first staged at the Liverpool Empire Theatre in June 2010, starring Jennifer Ellison, which returned for a mini-tour in October 2011. Lee also produced Tonight’s the Night, the region’s number-one variety show at the Liverpool Empire Theatre in October 2012.
Prior to establishing himself as one of the UK’s most exciting producers, Lee trained professionally at London’s prestigious Laine Theatre Arts,
Lee was renowned for his choreography, working with many established artists including: Kylie Minogue, Geri Halliwell, Mandy Moore, Samantha Mumba, Martine McCutcheon, Boy George, Claire Sweeney and Atomic Kitten.
Additional credits include: Ms Cilla Black in Cinderella at the Liverpool Empire Theatre, plus Mr Henry Winkler (the Fonz) in Peter Pan. Credits also include: Our Benny, starring Ms Bernie Nolan, at the Liverpool Empire and Now That’s What I Call Culture at the Liverpool Echo Arena, where Lee was approached by Mr Phil Redmond, executive producer of Mersey Television, to both judge and choreograph the event.
Additional musical theatre and commercial choreography credits include: The Royal Variety Performance at the Dominion Theatre, London; the award-winning musical Her Benny at the Empire and Royal Court theatres, Liverpool; Moments of Magic (tour); Anything Goes; My Fair Lady; the Liverpool Echo Arts and Entertainment Awards (Queen’s Dock); Disney launch for Disney TV; trade shows for Pepsi, Honda, BMW and Jaguar; plus Key 103 Manchester, Radio 1, Smooth FM and City FM, Liverpool; pantomimes including: Snow White, Aladdin, Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, Dick Whittington, Sleeping Beauty, and Beauty and the Beast at Neptune Theatre, Liverpool, and the Lowry, Manchester; hair and fashion shows for Wella and Schwarzkopf, plus many north-west companies.
TV work includes: Sky 1, Channel 4, Living TV, Channel 5 and Children in Need for the BBC, plus pop acts for Universal and London Records.
In 2003, Lee was also placed as one of Liverpool’s Top Ten Most Talented by Liverpool Echo arts editor Joe Riley.