With a story that reads like a Hollywood script, Richard Hadfield’s journey to the top has certainly been eventful. From busking on the streets of his hometown as a teenager, to just a few short years later scooping TV’s biggest talent prize, Richard makes for an engaging and entertaining after-dinner speaker.
An experienced performer, solo artist Richard Hadfield shot to fame as lead vocalist in male vocal group, Collabro, winners of 2014’s Britain’s Got Talent. What followed was the whirlwind that such a momentous win creates, including a recording deal with Simon Cowell’s SYCO label, a number one album and performances around the world.
With the time now right to pursue his solo career, Richard is now returning to his musical roots – swing music. Passionate about his sound and performing, Richard’s latest work sees him rework classics by musical giants such as Michael Jackson and Rihanna in to his own flavour of swing.
Delighting audiences with the wonderful range, tone and emotion that his smooth voice delivers, through his solo career Richard is enchanting existing fans as well as winning new ones. Alongside his musical career, Richard has enjoyed success within the entertainment business too, appearing in Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s blockbuster movie The World’s End as well as within professional stage productions including Les Misérables as Jean Valjean in one of the country’s leading youth theatre companies.
Richard has also appeared on countless TV and radio shows and is an experienced communicator, able to effortlessly entertain, engage and charm audiences of all sizes. Having packed much into his career, including working with some of the biggest names in the industry, Richard makes the perfect addition to any event.
How to hire Richard Hadfield
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