Andy Kellett vocalist Stockport, Cheshire, is quite simply a sensational singer who started in clubland at the age of 17 and has not looked back. By the age of 29 Andy had already done more things in showbiz than many people could only dream of. He has appeared at The Royal Albert Hall as well as spending 4 years in the West End in such huge musicals as Les Misérables, The Rocky Horror Show and Oliver. Andy Kellett has also appeared on Coronation Street, worked on Hollyoaks, Casanova and on cruise ships all over the world.
His stunning party pop show is a mixture of brilliant vocals, superb personality and audience participation. Guaranteed floor fillers turn every show into an event. He covers all the superstars such as Justin Timberlake, Take That, Robbie Williams and West Life, Bee Gees, Neil Diamond, JLS, Mavericks and Ricky Martin.
Not to mention The Commitments, Snow Patrol, Mika, Razor Light and The Kaiser Chiefs…. to name but a few. From starring in West End musicals to performing on board cruise liners, Andy has a wealth of experience. He is guaranteed to turn your function, wedding or any event into a complete success.
Andy’s clients include: Ocean Cruises, P&O Cruises, Village Hotels, Hyde’s Brewery, Holt’s Brewery and Wrightington Hotel & Country Club. De Vere Hotels, Celebrity Cruises, Timeless Theatre Productions and Cadbury’s. Royal Bank Of Scotland, British Telecom and many more satisfied customers.
Andy Kellett says: “I have a million and one different things that I do at parties of which here are a few examples.” Conga, Macarena, Chocolate, Slide to the left and slide to the right etc, Musical Statues – Musical Bumps – Musical Chairs, Drama theatre games such as Blind Man’s Buff, Keeper Of The Keys, Mister Mister, Who Am I? Then we always finish up with Who Wants To Be A Pop Star? followed by a massive Disney Sing Along where the children will then get an opportunity to sing with the microphone. The entertainment is very energetic and the children are normally shattered by the end of the session – much to the delight of the parents!”