Razzamataz Theatre Schools Franchise News
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During the height of the pandemic, the one industry that the world turned to in order to survive lockdown was the arts.
As primary and secondary schools open up across the country, one theatre school with more than 50 franchises across the UK, has reached out to support the mental health of its franchisees, staff and customers.
After completing a new COVID-secure audit, the theatre school was able to welcome back children and put a huge smile on their faces.
With more than twenty years’ experience, Razzamataz Theatre Schools quickly and diligently responded and helped each of the Principals within the network to pivot their business and become much more visible online.
The year 2020 was supposed to be a year of celebrations for a theatre school franchise, which kicked off with a conference in London and luxury boat cruise.
Razzamataz Theatre Schools has been working with children for the last twenty years and has almost 50 schools across the UK, providing work for hundreds of teachers.
Razzamataz Theatre Schools were absolutely adamant that they would press ahead with their Future Fund auditions and continue to provide grants for the graduates of 2020.
When schools closed, Razzamataz Theatre Schools responded with a well-considered and researched strategy to take all their classes online.
Even through a global pandemic, the reputation of Razzamataz Theatre Schools has meant that new franchisees have come on board despite COVID-19 and the uncertainty that surrounds it.
Franchise Theatre School Network Continues To Support Talented Youngsters With Thousands Of Pounds Worth Of Training
Despite the closure of schools across the UK, a Dragons’ Den backed theatre school franchise wanted to continue offering incredible opportunities to young people with a passion for the performing arts.
There are almost 50 Razzamataz Theatre Schools across the UK and Ireland and each school plays an important part in their communities, with the children using their performing arts skills to bring cheer and help their neighbours through the lockdown.
Having a baby and toddler is a blessing but it of course comes with its challenges. Through this pandemic, the difficulties have manifested for everyone so it’s no wonder parents are stressed and anxious.
Thousands of pounds have already been invested in creating online content for performing arts students, and this is just the first stage in bringing much needed stability to children and a lifeline for theatre school owners.
With the onslaught of COVID-19, Razzamataz made the difficult decision to close all schools but not close classes or opportunities for their thousands of students.
Razzamataz Theatre Schools are delighted to announce that from summer 2017, their popular performing arts classes will be available to holiday makers at two of the Eurocamp holiday parcs in France.
On November 22nd, five children who attend part-time theatre school Razzamataz were invited to travel to London to attend a photo shoot for The Stage.
Now, students who attend part-time theatre school Razzamataz have the amazing opportunity of taking part in the pre-parade in the Disneyland Park in Paris as well as performing in an exclusive Razzamataz Disney show.
Proving that age is really just a number, Pam Dixon, grandmother of five is showing no signs of slowing down. Pam has been a franchise business owner since 2008 and has a real passion and drive to continue to grow her business.
The Razzamataz Theatre Schools network continues to grow with the launch of two new London schools as well as a school in the North East.
Razzamataz Theatre Schools -- is looking for international partners to take the organisation global.
The company hit the headlines in 2007 when it won investment in the highly regarded BBC television programme for budding entrepreneurs – Dragons’ Den.
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