Razz Inters sessions are created for 9 - 11 year olds.

They're vibrant, energetic and cover all aspects of the performing arts, including Musical Theatre, Song and Dance, Pop Singing, Street Dance, Drama and Improvisation and Physical Theatre.

Razz Inters is perfect for any budding star aged nine to eleven years of age; lasting three hours in total with equal amounts of dance, drama and singing in commercial styles such as authentic Street Dance and Pop Singing as well as Musical Theatre Styles. Our Razz Inters have great fun making new friends, learning new skills, increasing their health and fitness as well as being able to perform in our Biannual Summer Showcases and other local and national events including the chance to perform at our Gala Performances in London’s West End.

Our Inters are given lots of extra opportunities at Razzamataz including the chance to join our partner agency – Top Talent -, gain the Arts Award and take part in specialist workshops with industry professionals including West End and TV Stars!

Where possible we aim to stay in line with our local school terms.

You say…

Hi Debbie

Emma has had a wonderful year again at Razz. I never thought when she first came to the Summer School three and a half years ago that she would be singing solos as she has been doing. She loves every second she spends at Razz even all the rehersals for Her Majestys and the showcases. She has never once complained of being tired of performing. The staff are all amazing and treat us as friends. The classes are fun as well which brings out the best in everyone. The camaradary at this years Her Majestys performance was wonderful. I had been told how brilliant it was but it surpassed all expectations.

Emmas schoolteacher says she is able to mix with all age groups and adults with ease which i think comes from the confidence she has found in performing.

I would and have recommend Razz to others as a wonderful experience for all ages.

Hope you have a lovely christmas and looking forward to new songs and routines in the new year.

Margaret Watling