Jessica Richardson - a very talented singer

Jessica Richardson is a talented singer aged just 13. She has had singing lessons for the last couple of years and has been singing in public on the odd occasion since she was 3 where she sang on stage at The Towngate Theatre with a drama group. She was asked to sing solo aged 7 and 11 when her Headteachers left her respective primary and secondary schools and since then has performed several more times including taking part in Bill Kenwright's West End tour shows of Joseph & His Technicolour Dreamcoat and Jesus Christ Superstar. Her biggest solo to date has been to a packed out Theatre Royal Drury Lane!

Jessica lives in Langdon Hills with her parents Mandy and John and her sister Emily but frequents Chelmsford a lot as this is where her Mum grew up and a lot of her family still live. Her Dad plays guitar and her sister the piano. Jessica spends her spare time now doing open mic nights, gigs and festivals whilst continuing to practice piano and write her own songs. For more details on her singing please visit and 'like' her Facebook page at

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