Theatre School Network Expands With Two New Territories
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Theatre School Network Expands With Two New Territories

March 10, 2023 // // UNITED KINGDOM - As a society we are learning more about the impact of taking care of both our physical and mental health. Parents are looking for activities that can support their children as well as offering lots of fun.

The company is delighted that two new schools will be joining the network. Razzamataz Lancaster and Razzamataz Coventry will be opening their doors this April, both sharing the Razzamataz mission to build self-belief in students. Through the performing arts classes, the Razzamataz team will inspire the next generation to be better communicators with increased confidence leading to higher academic achievement. Children gain a wealth of attributes by engaging in Razzamataz performing arts lessons including more confidence, collaboration skills, increased empathy and a whole host of additional life skills.

The new franchise partner of Razzamataz Lancaster is Brittany Arthur, who was first welcomed into the Razzamataz community in 2005 at Razzamataz Dumfries as a student when she was just five years old. After leaving Razzamataz, she went to university and has achieved a BA Hons in photography. From there, she became a support worker supporting young people and adults with additional needs. “Working with young people within performing arts is something I have always strived to do to be able to help them develop life skills and become the best that they can be,” says Brittany about her new role as the Principal of Razzamataz Lancaster.

Bringing her professional experience as an actor and teacher is Kimisha Lewis, the new franchise partner at Razzamataz Coventry. Kimisha trained at the prestigious Rose Bruford College with a BA(Hons) in Acting and was also a member of the National Youth Theatre. She has since gone on to have an exciting career in London’s West End and international touring as well as TV & voice over professional work. “The Razzamataz Coventry team is built from a wealth of professional training and performance experience, meaning students will be wrapped in passion, surrounded by industry experts and hold the keys to valuable inside industry knowledge,” says Kimisha.

“We are delighted to welcome Kimisha and Brittany and very much look forward to their schools opening in Coventry and Lancaster,” says Denise Hutton-Gosney, Founder and MD of Razzamataz.

SOURCE Razzamataz Theatre Schools



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