FOLLOWING a successful appearance on Dragons’ Den in 2007, Razzamataz Theatre Schools have opened schools
FOLLOWING a successful appearance on Dragons’ Den in 2007, Razzamataz Theatre Schools have opened schools across the country — and now Razzamataz is coming to Reading.
Principal of Razzamataz Marlow, Leah Mills, is excited to open a second school at the new Maiden Erlegh School in Reading and to bring Razzamataz’s unique blend of performing arts to local children.
Leah says: “Nurturing young talent and building confidence are a big part of what we do.
“We reflect current trends, teaching a mix of musical theatre, drama, pop singing and commercial street dance so young people experience the best that the performing arts offer.”
As well as classes run by experienced teachers, Razzamataz also prides itself on bringing top professionals to work with students to inspire them to be the best they can be.
Students have previously enjoyed workshops with One Direction’s choreographer, Diversity, Nick Jr’s Go!Go!Go! and West End performers.
In addition to the obvious health benefits, participation in theatre arts teaches self-discipline and the ability to work as part of a team. It benefits children in many areas as they acquire life and performance skills.
Henley Standard readers are invited to secure a free taster session with Razzmataz Reading on Saturday, September 10.
Email the organisers on email@example.com or call them on 0118 4050 060. For information on Razzamataz Theatre Schools, visit www.razzamataz.co.uk