Sean Marley

Sean was Managing Director of Lime Pictures from 2005-2012 having previously been Commercial Director. As well as the continued success of C4's Hollyoaks, Lime diversified its production slate including shows such as Bafta winning The Only Way Is Essex (ITV2) and Geordie Shore (MTV). Lime also tasted success in the US for the first time with the Children's drama, House Of Anubis for Nickelodeon.

Sean was also responsible for the companys commercial growth with deals covering licensing, merchandising, endorsement, ad-funding and many other areas of brand extension. Alongside C4 he oversaw two of the earliest product placement deals in UK television.

Prior to the world of television, Sean worked for 12 years in radio, both in commercial and programming roles. He became Managing Director of Radio City in Liverpool in 2000. During his time, the station won Sony Station of the Year and Commercial Radio Station of the Year.

Sean is also a trustee of National childrens' charity Cash For Kids.


Nicky Allt

Nicky's 2006 play, "Brick Up The Mersey Tunnels" enjoyed three record-breaking runs at The Royal Court Theatre and was recognised as the play that kept the theatre open after being seen by over 160,000 people. More recently his play about Liverpool FC’s 2005 European Champions League triumph, "One Night In Istanbul", became The Liverpool Empire's fastest selling show and has received international acclaim as well as being made into a feature film released in 2014.


Peter Hackett

Peter is responsible for negotiating funding for productions and content. He is an entrepreneur with over 25 years experience in driving and developing businesses to successful exit.