Meet our #BeSuperAtRazz Hero

Meet Jessica Potter, age five and a half who is a student at Razzamataz Bristol South. Jessica loves all forms of performing arts, especially singing and taking on characters during the drama classes.

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Young performers light up the Indigo at The 02

Young performers light up the Indigo at The 02 One of London’s most iconic music venues came alive with the passion of 400 young performers on Sunday 18th November with a special production from a franchise theatre school, who believes in giving its students these incredible opportunities. The students all attend various Razzamataz Theatre Schools …

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Razz, a place to be me!

By Pam Dixon Positive life experiences, confidence, social skills and life lessons are the things that our team can provide young people. The opportunities and experiences that Razzamataz provides for students are incredible. One of the things that I adore about being a Razzamataz Principal is that every single student has the same opportunities, no matter what their background …

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So you want to be an actor?

By Phil Cole and Jude Hill It takes a lot of hard graft, tenacity and commitment to be an actor and we know that many of our students have a real passion for the performing arts. Being professional actors and singers, we regularly sit in during the drama and singing lessons in our school and …

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Boosting confidence through performing arts

By Lyndsey Winstanley Performing arts promotes working as a team while also encouraging and developing individual talents. Children will be more confident in themselves and how they interact in groups, which is an important skill for future life. One of the best things about my job is watching nervous children develop into confident students. …

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