Franchising influencer – Meet the woman behind the theatre school

Franchising influencer: meet the woman behind the theatre school   Congratulations to Denise Hutton-Gosney, MD and Founder of Razzamataz Theatre Schools. Denise has been announced as one of the 100 Influential Women in Franchising 2020 in the Education and Children’s sector. We chat to Denise about her 20 plus years’ experience, juggling running a business …

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Supporting the arts and their positive impact on communities

Supporting the arts and their positive impact on communities During the height of the pandemic, the one industry that the world turned to in order to survive lockdown was the arts. From online choirs to virtual dance classes, every element of the arts was consumed to spread much needed sanity and joy. As …

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We are open and we will support you

We are delighted to say that 100% of our theatre schools are now re-open, so children can get back to doing what they love. On average, we have between 70%-90% student return rate, demonstrating that our communication and support of our customers during lockdown has been reciprocated with their customer loyalty. Thank you, it means …

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Why we must prioritise children’s mental health

Why we must prioritise children’s mental health As increased measures to stop the spread of Covid have been revealed in the UK, experts warn that Britain’s children and young people had missed out on crucial social interactions due to lockdown, at the expense of their mental health and education. Ask the experts Professor Tamsin …

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Meet multiple franchise owner, Zoe McKibbin

Franchise case study: Zoe McKibbin, Razzamataz Edinburgh and Razzamataz Glasgow South   Meet multiple franchise owner with Razzamataz Theatre Schools Zoe McKibbin, age 27 from Glasgow. Zoe took over the Edinburgh school in 2016 and Glasgow South in 2018.   What’s your background? I studied acting and performance and acting for stage and screen at …

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