Happy New Year from the Razzamataz Family

Happy New Year from the Razzamataz Family


As we wave goodbye to 2020 and welcome 2021, we wanted to take a moment to thank all of our students and their families for the tremendous support, resilience and love they have shown us. In what has been a difficult year for everyone, we have seen the very best from our young people and we are simply bursting with pride for all they have achieved.


Although theatres have had to go dark in the last year, it has not dimmed the lights or the love for the performing arts and we are sincerely hoping that we can all enjoy more live entertainment in 2021.

As a network, working with thousands of children and young people across the UK, we have seen the healing power the comes from music, drama and dance. Whether it has been face to face in class or during our virtual Razzamataz Online sessions, we have loved seeing your children having fun and doing what they are passionate about.


As we look to the future, we are delighted to let you know that we will be introducing some exciting new things to Razzamataz, which will be explained in more detail in due course. We have not stopped thinking and exploring new ways in which we can continue to engage our students and the new year is already shaping up to be a very good one.


Our young people have had to cope with a huge amount of change and uncertainty and we have been blown away by their resilience and adaptability. At Razzamataz, we pledge to do all we can to continue to support them and provide a safe and reassuring place to express themselves.


“Razzamataz is my everything, it is literally my oxygen and I have no idea where I would be without it. It’s my biggest passion and I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else. I’m so glad to be back at Razzamataz, online classes were amazing, however to see everybody back in the flesh and in our element is amazing,” Libbi, Razzamataz Senior student.


Here’s to a happy and healthy New Year

With much love

Denise and the Razzamataz Team